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Sponsorships support the operation of the Greater New Orleans Science and Engineering Fair, including hosting the fair, providing recognition awards for category winners, and sending the top four students and teachers to the International Science and Engineering Fair. Many of our sponsors also provide special awards directly to students, teachers and schools. The Greater New Orleans Science Fair, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) organization; all contributions are tax-deductible. Donations may be made through the GNOSEF PayPal LINK OR a check may be written payable to “Greater New Orleans Science and Engineering Fair” and mailed to: Dr. Michelle Sanchez, Co-Director GNOSEF, Tulane School of Science and Engineering, Boggs Suite 201, New Orleans, LA 70118.
Thank You to Our 2018 Sponsors!
Platinum Sponsorship ($15,000 and above)
H. Britton Sanderford (2012-2018)
Mr. H. Britton Sanderford also provides the James de la Houssaye $5,000 first place and $2,000 runner-up Mentor Awards recognizing a high school mentor for their educational and inspirational work with students, and a $2,000 Neuroscience / Machine Learnings Scholarship for excellent work by a student researcher.
Gold Sponsorship ($7,500- $14,999)
Patrick F. Taylor Foundation (2007-18)
Entergy Corporation (2017-2018)
Entergy Corporation also provides a $1,000 Powering the Future Scholarship to a female, high-school senior with an outstanding, promising project.
Paul and Patty Habeeb Muehlemann 5-Year Sustainability Sponsorship (2018 – 2022)
In memory of Dorothy Van Lue Habeeb, founding member of the Greater New Orleans Science Fair, Inc., and in honor of Albert F.W. Habeeb M.D.
Mrs. Patty Muehlemann also provides a Dorothy Van Lue Habeeb $1,000 Scholarship (Sr. Division) and $50 award (Jr. Division) for an outstanding project focused on the study of Chemistry or the use of Chemistry as a tool in scientific inquiry or engineering design, and an Albert F.W. Habeeb M.D. $1,000 Scholarship (Sr. Division) and $50 award (Jr. Division) for an outstanding project related to Health Sciences.
Bronze Sponsorship ($1,000-$2,499)
American Petroleum Institute-Delta Chapter (2012-2018)
Society of Petroleum Engineers (2012-2018)
National Association of Corrosion Engineers (2008-2018)
The New Orleans Section of NACE International also provides 1st and 2nd place cash awards to Jr and Sr Division students and teachers for projects demonstrating the best understanding of corrosion. They also work with ASM International to provide an all-expense-paid trip to a one-week summer materials camp for the most outstanding 10th or 11th grade high school project in materials engineering science.
Blue Ribbon Sponsor ($500-$999)
The Bruce J. Heim Foundation (2010-2018)
The Bruce J. Heim Foundation also provides a cash award to a Senior Division student their sponsoring teacher to recognize an Outstanding Medical Research Project.
Blue Ribbon Sponsor ($500-$999)
American Society of Civil Engineers – New Orleans Branch (Local)
Red Ribbon Sponsor ($250-$499)
Harriet Aguiar-Netto (2010-2018)
Yellow Ribbon Sponsor ($100-$249)
Barbara LaNasa – Individual Sponsor
In Memory of Joseph A. LaNasa Sr. M.D., Tulane School of Medicine 1926 and Gerald R. LaNasa M.D., Tulane School of Medicine 1961
Honorable Mention ($25-$99)
American Welding Society: N.O. Section (2008-2018)
The American Welding Society – New Orleans Section also provides a cash award to a Junior and Senior Division student for the best project in the Welding or Materials Joining field.
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