A note to scholarship recipients: please scroll down to the bottom of this page for information on how to claim scholarship money you received at GNSEF.
Two all expense paid trips to the INTEL ISEF.
Cash awards to teacher/sponsors of junior and senior division top winners
Scholarships ranging from $500 to $1,000 each
Special cash awards and certificates
First, Second, Third and Honorable Mention medals in each category in each division
List of Special Awards (may vary from year to year):
AMERICAN METEOROLOGICAL SOCIETY – award for outstanding projects on atmospheric and related oceanic and hydrologic science, and a “Nebraska Weather” book and certificate.
AMERICAN PHYSIOLOGICAL SOCIETY – certificate
NATIONAL OCEANIC AND ATMOSHPERIC ADMINISRATION – warded to the project that best emphasizes NOAA’s Mission: Understand and Predict Changes in Earth’s Environment -Certificate and Medallion
UNITED STATES STOCKHOLM JUNIOR WATER PRIZE – Best Water Related Project (2)
YALE SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING ASSOCIATION – certificate recognizing the most outstanding eleventh grade exhibit in Computer Science, Engineering, Physics or Chemistry.
ARBOR ASTRONOMY GROUP – outstanding astronomy related project (cash award).
ARBOR VALLEY ANIMAL CLINIC ALFRED O. GIGSTAD III DVM; JAMES F. GIGSTAD DVM -Outstanding project in Animal Science (cash award and certificate).
GERALD & SUSAN WIRTH AWARD – for outstanding Junior and Senior project (2 cash awards).
UNITED STATES NAVY, OFFICE OF NAVAL RESEARCH – awards each consisting of: Certificate of achievement and medallion
UNITED STATES AIR FORCE U.S. RESEARCH LABORATORY – 2017 awards each consisting of: Certificate of Achievement, messenger bag, power bank charger, dog tag USB flash memory drive, and a dual USB car charger
UNITED COMMERCIAL TRAVELERS OF AMERICA (cash award).
INSTITUTE OF ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS ENGINEERS (IEEE) – for excellent execution in sciences specific to the field of electrical and electronics engineering (cash awards)
ST. MARY’S HOSPITAL MEDICAL STAFF – Junior and Senior Division (cash awards).
INTEL EXCELLENCE IN COMPUTER SCIENCE – outstanding project in Computer Science (cash award and certificate).
GREATER NEBRASKA SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING FAIR BOARD – Cash awards to the top 2 Junior Division Participants, and nominated for Competition in the Broadcom Masters Competition.
AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS (ASME) – best Senior and Junior Division Engineering or Engineering-Related Project (cash award).
NEBRASKA CITY LIONS CLUB AWARDS – PROJECTS RELATED TO SIGHT, HEARING OR DIABETIES (Cash award).
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA STUDENT CHAPTER OF THE ACOUSTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA (cash award).
THE SOCIETY FOR SCIENCE (MU ALPHA THETA) AWARD – A PROJECT THAT DEMONSTRATES EXCELLENCE IN THE USE OF STATISTICS (certificate).
CHARLES AND SUZAN HOLLIDAY – outstanding project in Earth Science Research (cash award).
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA – LINCOLN SCHOLARSHIPS
• COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES AND NATURAL RESOURCES-ANY MAJOR WITHIN. (AMOUNT AND NUMBER VARIES).
• COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING – ANY MAJOR WITHIN (AMOUNT AND NUMBER VARIES).
• COLLEGE OF FOOD SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY SCHOLARSHIP FOR BEST FOOD RELATED PROJECT (AMOUNT AND NUMBER VARIES).
KROPP CHARITABLE FOUNDATION – Outstanding Senior Project ($500 Cash award).
$500 STEINHART FOUNDATION, INC. Scholarship – Outstanding Senior Division Project.
$500 NEBRASKA CITY ROTARY CLUB Scholarship – Outstanding Senior Division Project.
$1,000 THE PAUL, JOHN, ANTON & DORIS WIRTH FOUNDATION, INC. Scholarship – Outstanding Senior Division Project.
How to Claim Scholarship Funds Awarded at GNSEF
Scholarship winners: please download and print a copy of this form. (Do not complete the form for the University of Nebraska scholarships. Contact the University of Nebraska – Lincoln directly.)
Please mail the form to: Pam Rademacher
781 N 58th Rd
Nebraska City, NE 68410
For more information contact:
781 N. 58th Rd.
Nebraska City, NE 68410
NOTICE TO STUDENTS, TEACHERS AND PARENTS: New Travel Policy for the Intel ISEF Competition
The GNSEF Board of Directors is implementing a new travel policy for the 2014 GNSEF top Senior Division winner(s) traveling to the Intel ISEF Competition. We are requiring that a parent, guardian or adult sponsor/teacher travel with the student to the ISEF Competition. This designated adult’s travel expenses are also paid by the GNSEF Board.
In the past, a GNSEF Board member accompanied the Fair winners, but the implementation of a revised travel policy will be in the best interest of the students since they will be accompanied by a parent, teacher or adult sponsor who is familiar with the student. Our goal is to make the Intel ISEF Competition a more enjoyable experience for all.
The proposed travel policy will generally outline the procedure for attaining approved travel plans, covered expenses and the process for reimbursement. When the travel reimbursement policy is ratified by the GNSEF Board it will posted on the GNSEF website.
Questions could be directed via email to co-Directors, Bruce Stanley or Pam Rademacher.