Meredith was among more than 700 presenters at the 60th Washington State Science and Engineering Fair (www.wssef.org) in Bremerton on March 31 and April 1, 2017. Students from first through twelfth grades converged on Bremerton High School with their project boards and demonstration materials.
Meredith Gottlieb presented the project: “Arduino Water Sensor" to judges who volunteer their time to listen, critique, and praise students. WSSEF awards more than $1.8 million in scholarships as well as special awards meeting specific criteria set by a sponsor.
At the 2017 WSSEF, Meredith Gottlieb earned the following Specialty Awards:
· Broadcom MASTERS Award Grade 6-8
· Central Valley Garden Club: Outstanding Project from Kitsap County
· Mildred A Misic Memorial Award
· Diamond Jubilee Research Project of Distinction Award
This is Meredith’s first year of participation.
WSSEF is an all-volunteer non-profit organization dedicated to promoting science, technology, engineering and math across the state year-round.
For more information about the Washington State Science and Engineering Fair, please see their website (http://wssef.org/).