Society for Science & the Public

Society for Science & the Public (Society) is a champion for science, dedicated to expanding scientific literacy, effective STEM education and scientific research. We are a nonprofit 501(c)(3) membership organization focused on promoting the understanding and appreciation of science and the vital role it plays in human advancement: to inform, educate, and inspire.
 
Since 1921, the Society (formerly known as Science Service) has conveyed the excitement of science and research directly to the public through our award-winning publications and later through our world-class science education competitions.
 
Today, the Society is dedicated to providing concise, accurate, and inspirational science news and opportunities to our nearly 100,000 subscribing members, the 50,000 alumni of our competitions worldwide, and millions of unique online visitors and social media followers.

Society for Science & the Public USA
Jun 08, 2018
Competition
DEADLINE: November 14,  2018  8:00 PM ET You should begin by reading the  Regeneron STS Rules and Entry Instructions  to be certain that you and your research are eligible.  If your project involves the use of humans or animals, the project requires special approval prior to experimentation.  You should read the  Rules and Entry Instructions  thoroughly and contact the Society if you have any doubts or questions. Next, we highly recommend that you open an application as soon as possible so you can view requirements. You may also view a PDF of the  application questions here , but your entry must be submitted through the online application system. Teachers, parents and others are welcome to open accounts to view the application; please identify yourself in Task 1 of the application as a non-applicant to enable an accurate count of active student accounts.  We highly recommend requesting recommendations and sending school transcripts immediately, even before entering your basic information. We also recommend that you review the requirements of the  Research Report  early in the process. There are four components of the application: Basic Information and Essay Questions  - Applicants enter responses directly into the text boxes on the web pages of the application. Document Uploads  - Documents such as the research report, IRB summary, and IACUC approvals, where applicable, will be uploaded to the application as pdf files. Recommendations  - Each student must request at least one Project Recommendation, one High School Report, and one Educator Recommendation.  Each applicant has the option of requesting a second recommendation of each type. Transcripts  - Applicants must ask their High School Report provider to upload a scanned copy to their High School Report. The Society no longer accepts transcripts, or any application-related materials, in the mail or by any other method except the online application system. Important Dates:   2019 Application Open   2019 Application will close November 14,  2018  8:00 PM ET.  All parts of the application  must  be received by the Society by this date and time, including transcripts and recommendations. Recommendations  must  be submitted by the recommendation provider by this date and time. No portions of the application will be accepted after the deadline for any reason.