About State Science Day
The Ohio Academy of Science will host the 70th Annual State Science Day on Saturday, May 12, 2018, at The Ohio State University.
State Science Day is the pinnacle of student originated, inquiry-based science education in Ohio, and is one of the largest science and engineering fairs in the country. Approximately 1,200 students in grades 5-12 will compete for more than $700,000 in sponsored awards and scholarships.
State Science Day is made possible with the support from the Office of Distance Education and eLearning.
2018 Event Info
70th Annual State Science Day, hosted by The Ohio State University
Date: Saturday, May 12, 2018
Location: French Field House and St. John Arena -- Columbus, Ohio
- Lock your doors and keep all valuables with you or locked up and out of sight at all times.
- Pay attention to your surroundings! Park and walk in well-lit areas at night, and do not walk alone.
- Call the police department if you need to report suspicious activity. Emergency phones (plainly marked pole with a blue light on top) are situated all over campus to contact the police.
Please check back for important announcements about traffic, parking, and local events that could affect your travel or stay in Columbus for the 2018 State Science Day.
Reach 4,000 potential students and families by advertising in the 70th Annual State Science Day program. Don't let your college or organization be left out of this opportunity.
The State Science Day program is 8.5in x 11in and vertical in its orientation. A variety of sizes in affordable advertisement space is available to fit your need and budget.
|AD Rate||Width x Height|
|Cover Advertisement (Full-Page Color)*||$800||7.5 x 10|
|Full-Page (Black & White)||$600||7.5 x 10|
|Half-Page (Black & White)||$400||7.5 x 4.75|
|Quarter-Page (Black & White)||$200||3.5 x 4.75|
* Two (2) full-color cover ad spaces are available on a first come, first serve basis
STEM Scholars Competed for Nearly $700,000 at State Science Day 2017
On Saturday, May 13, more than 1,200 students in grades 5-12 exhibited their science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) projects at the 69th annual State Science Day.
The students competing at State Science Day, advance to the state-level competition from 17 district science days held in March.
Since 1949, local, district and State Science Day have comprised Ohio’s largest and most far reaching STEM education program with more the 75,000 students participating state-wide. Click here to read full 2017 recap
*In 2002, The Ohio State University entered into an agreement to coordinate the event locally at no cost to the academy. The event was assigned to the Office of Continuing Education events management team, now part of the Office of Distance Education and eLearning. Coordination includes facilities, logistics, supplies, program design and printing, security, parking, and overall event support. The current agreement expires in 2020.