Greene Scholars Program continues its legacy of achievement!

The 16th Frank S. Greene Scholars Science Fair and Gala showcased the annual gathering of families, dedicated volunteers, and corporate sponsors to support and celebrate Bay Area African-American youth in grades 3-12.

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The Frank S. Greene Scholars Science Fair is the only African-American science fair in California. Scholars presented their projects before a team of judges representing several leading Silicon Valley companies and hundreds of attendees to share their findings on a wide range of scientific categories including physical science, life science, math and engineering as well as emerging technologies. Scholars also conducted independent research in order to demonstrate a clear and in-depth understanding of their chosen area of exploration. Last year, over 140 students showcased their projects at the 15th annual science fair.

“I am extremely proud of our scholars. Participating in a science fair is not only an excellent way for scholars to understand science concepts more thoroughly, but also a wonderful opportunity to boost other important skills and integrate other subjects into one learning experience.” - Dr. Ayodele Thomas, GSP Director




 
2018 16th ANNUAL SCIENCE FAIR AND AWARDS CEREMONY

The GSP Science Fair and Awards Ceremony showcase event was held on January 20, 2018 at Stanford University.

Our Awards event featured GSP families, friends, corporate sponsors, dedicated volunteers, and Science Fair judges as we awarded scholarships to our graduating seniors, and honored science fair participants.