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A Science Fair and Engineering Design Project can be a highly rewarding experience. This is doubly true when the project is a success. So a good plan and some science friendly assists are needed. Students in grades 5 - 12 and parents can learn all about it at these free clinics sponsored by the Akron-Summit County Public Library, the Akron Council of Engineering and Scientific Societies (ACESS), and the NEOHSTEM Alliance.

Using a combination of pre-selected videos, live Zoom meetings and discussions with scientists and science fair experts, we will meet virtually to explore the ins and outs of scientific research, project planning, reporting out, and more. Attend one or attend all the sessions. These free, virtual programs take place via Zoom. A Zoom link and instructions will be emailed to all registrants the week of the program.

Email the NEOHSTEM webmaster, Roxie, with any questions: Roxie, the Pug Dog. You can also contact the Science & Technology Division of the Akron Summit County Public Library at: (330-643-9075 or stdiv@akronlibrary.org) with questions.

Explore what it takes to create a winning science fair or engineering design project. Scientists, judges, educators, and even you can examine and critique past winners and learn about the elements of scoring. Via Zoom.

How to Create a Project Plan
Wednesday, September 23 4-5PM
A 3-part series, the first two are prerecorded videos and will be available to watch on the Akron-Summit County Public Library’s YouTube channel beginning Thursday, September 10. Join us for the final session meeting, via Zoom for a short presentation and a chance to get your planning and research questions answered.

Hypothesis/ Engineering Design Statement Panel Discussion
Wednesday, October 8
OR Thursday October 9
OR Friday October 10
4-5PM

A good science project starts with a good question, hypothesis, or design statement. Submit your idea and local scientists will help make sure they will be the basis of a successful project. Join our live Zoom discussion.

Project Plan Review Panel Discussion
Wednesday, October 21
OR Thursday October 22
OR Friday October 23
4-5PM

A project needs a good plan to be successful. Local scientists will discuss submitted project plans and how to adjust them for success. Join our Zoom discussion.

How to Manage Project Data
Wednesday November 11 4-5PM
A 3-part series, the first two are prerecorded videos and will be available to watch on the Akron-Summit County Public Library’s YouTube channel beginning Thursday, October 29. Join us for the final Zoom meeting on for a short presentation and a chance to get your questions about managing project data answered.

A 3-part series, the first two are pre-recorded videos and will be available to watch on the Akron- Summit County Public Library’s YouTube channel beginning Thursday, November 12. Join us for the final Zoom meeting for a short presentation and a chance to talk with a science fair expert about what makes a winning presentation.


A Science Fair and Engineering Design Project can be a highly rewarding experience. This is doubly true when the project is a success. So a good plan and some science friendly assists are needed. Students in grades 5 - 12 and parents can learn all about it at these free clinics sponsored by the Akron-Summit County Public Library, the Akron Council of Engineering and Scientific Societies (ACESS), and the NEOHSTEM Alliance.

Using a combination of pre-selected videos, live Zoom meetings and discussions with scientists and science fair experts, we will meet virtually to explore the ins and outs of scientific research, project planning, reporting out, and more. Attend one or attend all the sessions. These free, virtual programs take place via Zoom. A Zoom link and instructions will be emailed to all registrants the week of the program.

Email the NEOHSTEM webmaster, Roxie, with any questions: Roxie, the Pug Dog. You can also contact the Science & Technology Division of the Akron Summit County Public Library at: (330-643-9075 or stdiv@akronlibrary.org) with questions.

Explore what it takes to create a winning science fair or engineering design project. Scientists, judges, educators, and even you can examine and critique past winners and learn about the elements of scoring. Via Zoom.

How to Create a Project Plan
Wednesday, September 23 4-5PM
A 3-part series, the first two are prerecorded videos and will be available to watch on the Akron-Summit County Public Library’s YouTube channel beginning Thursday, September 10. Join us for the final session meeting, via Zoom for a short presentation and a chance to get your planning and research questions answered.

Hypothesis/ Engineering Design Statement Panel Discussion
Wednesday, October 8
OR Thursday October 9
OR Friday October 10
4-5PM

A good science project starts with a good question, hypothesis, or design statement. Submit your idea and local scientists will help make sure they will be the basis of a successful project. Join our live Zoom discussion.

Project Plan Review Panel Discussion
Wednesday, October 21
OR Thursday October 22
OR Friday October 23
4-5PM

A project needs a good plan to be successful. Local scientists will discuss submitted project plans and how to adjust them for success. Join our Zoom discussion.

How to Manage Project Data
Wednesday November 11 4-5PM
A 3-part series, the first two are prerecorded videos and will be available to watch on the Akron-Summit County Public Library’s YouTube channel beginning Thursday, October 29. Join us for the final Zoom meeting on for a short presentation and a chance to get your questions about managing project data answered.

A 3-part series, the first two are pre-recorded videos and will be available to watch on the Akron- Summit County Public Library’s YouTube channel beginning Thursday, November 12. Join us for the final Zoom meeting for a short presentation and a chance to talk with a science fair expert about what makes a winning presentation.


A Science Fair and Engineering Design Project can be a highly rewarding experience. This is doubly true when the project is a success. So a good plan and some science friendly assists are needed. Students in grades 5 - 12 and parents can learn all about it at these free clinics sponsored by the Akron-Summit County Public Library, the Akron Council of Engineering and Scientific Societies (ACESS), and the NEOHSTEM Alliance.

Using a combination of pre-selected videos, live Zoom meetings and discussions with scientists and science fair experts, we will meet virtually to explore the ins and outs of scientific research, project planning, reporting out, and more. Attend one or attend all the sessions. These free, virtual programs take place via Zoom. A Zoom link and instructions will be emailed to all registrants the week of the program.

Email the NEOHSTEM webmaster, Roxie, with any questions: Roxie, the Pug Dog. You can also contact the Science & Technology Division of the Akron Summit County Public Library at: (330-643-9075 or stdiv@akronlibrary.org) with questions.

Explore what it takes to create a winning science fair or engineering design project. Scientists, judges, educators, and even you can examine and critique past winners and learn about the elements of scoring. Via Zoom.

How to Create a Project Plan
Wednesday, September 23 4-5PM
A 3-part series, the first two are prerecorded videos and will be available to watch on the Akron-Summit County Public Library’s YouTube channel beginning Thursday, September 10. Join us for the final session meeting, via Zoom for a short presentation and a chance to get your planning and research questions answered.

Hypothesis/ Engineering Design Statement Panel Discussion
Wednesday, October 8
OR Thursday October 9
OR Friday October 10
4-5PM

A good science project starts with a good question, hypothesis, or design statement. Submit your idea and local scientists will help make sure they will be the basis of a successful project. Join our live Zoom discussion.

Project Plan Review Panel Discussion
Wednesday, October 21
OR Thursday October 22
OR Friday October 23
4-5PM

A project needs a good plan to be successful. Local scientists will discuss submitted project plans and how to adjust them for success. Join our Zoom discussion.

How to Manage Project Data
Wednesday November 11 4-5PM
A 3-part series, the first two are prerecorded videos and will be available to watch on the Akron-Summit County Public Library’s YouTube channel beginning Thursday, October 29. Join us for the final Zoom meeting on for a short presentation and a chance to get your questions about managing project data answered.

A 3-part series, the first two are pre-recorded videos and will be available to watch on the Akron- Summit County Public Library’s YouTube channel beginning Thursday, November 12. Join us for the final Zoom meeting for a short presentation and a chance to talk with a science fair expert about what makes a winning presentation.

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