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March 11, 2012 (San Diego) -- It is science fair time again in San Diego. Tuesday,  March  20 through  Sunday,  March  25 will be the time when more than 850 students throughout San Diego and Imperial counties will present their scientific research ranging in areas from Astronomy to Zoology at the Greater San Diego Science and Engineering Fair.  These 7-12  grade student participants, representing over 100 schools, will bring their work to the GSDSEF to be judged by professionals in their fields. They will be competing for 1st through 4th place awards, scholarships, trips, sweepstakes and professional society awards.
The fair will take place at the Balboa Park Activity Center, 2145 Park Blvd., San Diego, CA 92101- 4753.
Be sure to check out this short video clip,, of the GSDSEF
The dates and times for the Science Fair located in the Balboa Park Activity Center are:
 Tuesday, March 20 - Student Registration - (2 pm - 7 pm)
 Wednesday, March 21 - Judging Day - Closed to the public (8 am - 2 pm*)
 Thursday, March 22 -  Project viewing - Open to the public (10 am - 3 pm)
                                      Awards Ceremony - at Viejas Arena (SDSU) (5 - 9 pm*)
 Friday, March 23 -  Media Day - Open for public viewing (10 am - 4 pm)
 Saturday, March 24 -  Open for public viewing (9 am - 4 pm)
 Sunday, March 25 - Open for Public Viewing (10 am - 3 pm) - Family Day - ( Science Presentations, Guest Speakers, Raffles, Games and other family activities)
*Arrangements must be made in advance for Judging/Awards Ceremony. Contact Donna Spevack at 619/606/6231 or email .
A list of winners will be posted on our website,  , and The San Diego Union-Tribune’s site  on Friday, March 23, 2012.

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