Welcome to the Regeneron Westchester Science & Engineering Fair (WESEF)
The Regeneron Westchester Science & Engineering Fair (WESEF) encourages students to participate in hands on science by providing a forum for showcasing the outstanding research of high school students in Westchester & Putnam counties of New York State and sponsoring the top students from the fair to advance to the REGENERON International Science & Engineering Fair.
We are excited to announce that the 2024 Regeneron Westchester Science & Engineering Fair will be held Saturday, March 16th, 2024 at Somers High School/ Somers Middle School
High school students from Westchester and Putnam Counties who have conducted original scientific research and wish to participate in this annual event will be allowed to register through their school accounts beginning in November 2023. For any student who is not affiliated with a local high school but resides within the region our fair serves should contact our Fair Director, Michael Blueglass with inquiries about participating.
Deadlines for registration and paperwork for the 2024 Regeneron WESEF are available here. Registration for the Regeneron WESEF 2024 has now closed. Any students wishing to participate should watch our website for information about next year’s fair.
We must also thank our sponsors who support this science fair and make the many outstanding awards that were given!
Additionally, we encourage you to browse the amazing photos that were captured by the WESEF photography teams! Thanks to our sponsors, photos are available for download free of charge. Please consider tagging #Regeneron-WESEF on social media. You can also tag @WESEFboard on Twitter and @WESEF on Facebook
To access these photos, use the following information:
Password: Science; Free Download Pin Code: 2323
Meet the 2023 Regeneron ISEF Finalists:
The top 20 projects at the 2023 Regeneron WESEF will be representing our region at the Regeneron International Science & Engineering Fair which will be held in Dallas, Texas in May 2023. To learn more about the top 20 projects, please access their abstracts below:
Chloe Bernstein – Byram Hills HS
Alicia Chang – Ardsley HS
Lauren Davidson – Harrison HS
Hailey Finkelstein – Ardsley HS
Sienna Guiseppi – Pelham Memorial HS
Mia Hoxhaj – Pleasantville HS
Advait Huggahalli – Horace Greeley HS
Sarah Jennings – Ossining HS
Maxwell Ma – Irvington HS
Samantha Milewicz – Byram Hills HS
Noah Nager – Hackley HS
Aneesh Naresh – Ardsley HS
Maya Nitta – John Jay HS
Alissa Remeza – Harrison HS
Lucy Roach – Ossining HS
Robbie Shepherd – Pelham Memorial HS
Emily Stangel – Byram Hills HS
Ada Uysal – Ossining HS
Emma Van Praagh – Pelham Memorial HS
Nuanyang Wang – Edgemont HS