Encourage your students to visualize their learning about Biosecurity through the visual arts! A great opportunity for arts and science collaboration, Arizona State University’s Environmental Health and Safety department is hosting the second Biosafety and Biosecurity Month poster contest. This year’s Biosecurity Poster Contest is open to students grades 3-8. Students are encouraged to respond to the theme “What does biosafety mean to you?”
Mail entries by September 27th to:
Arizona State University Environmental Health and Safety
Attn: Darren Bowens
P.O. Box 876412
Tempe, AZ 85287
Winners will be notified by Friday October 11th, 2019 and recognized in an awards ceremony on Tuesday October 29th from 3-5pm at ASU.
For full contest rules and more information: 2019 Biosafety Poster Contest guidelines.
Please direct your questions about the competition to Irene Mendoza, [email protected] EHS associate biosafety officer and CDC responsible official | 480-965-5347 or Darren Bowens, EHS program manager [email protected]| 480-965- 5443.
The UBU Project is teaming up with The Homeless ID Project to co-sponsor a songwriting contest which will culminate in various performance opportunities including the I.D. Rather Be Jamming Music Festival on October 19th. The purpose of this contest is to create an opportunity to celebrate young & emerging song writers, support the work of the Homeless I.D. Project and create community through music.
The contest is open to song writers aged 14-24 with the following prizes:
- 1st Prize, $1,000
- 2nd Prize, $500
- 3rd Prize, $200
Registration is open now and closes September 6, 2019.
For further details please follow the links below, read the guidelines carefully and sign up! Your song could have a strong impact on helping homeless individuals and families take the next critical step towards reclaiming their own voice.
The 6th Annual Cybersecurity Calendar Contest is underway! From now until December 14th, any Arizona student in grades K-12 (including your own!) can enter their original piece of artwork portraying their cyber experiences when it comes to internet, social media, and computer safety.
Deadline: December 14, 2018
Artwork: Original hand drawn artwork (8.5 x 11 or 8.5 x 14)
Winners: A total of 13 winners (one for each calendar month plus the cover) with one grand prize winner. Chosen artwork will be published in the 2019/2020 calendar and will also have the opportunity to win additional prizes at an awards ceremony
Teachers: Teacher participation is extremely important! Teachers who have students participate and win will be recognized.
Event: An awards ceremony announcing the winners will take place at the Arizona Department of Administration in Spring 2019
We’re excited to see the creativity from our Arizona children and the compelling messages that they bring out about cyber issues in their world!