BROOKINGS – Members of the public can get a firsthand look at what budding young scientists and engineers are working on at the 59th annual Eastern South Dakota Science and Engineering Fair.
The fair will be held Tuesday, March 12, at the Stanley J. Marshall HPER Center on the campus of South Dakota State University. Visitors should stop at the registration desk to pick up a parking pass.
Exhibits are open to the public from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. The fair traditionally attracts 600 students from 15 counties in South Dakota and Iowa. Students, from sixth-graders to 12th-graders, compete for more than $7,000 in awards and scholarships from SDSU and community sponsors.
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