Khaled receptacle Sultan Living Oceans Foundation’s Science without Borders Challenge is a worldwide workmanship rivalry that draws in understudies to elevate the need to safeguard, secure, and reestablish the world’s seas and sea-going assets.
Application Deadline: 24th April, 2017 by 11:59 pm (Eastern Standard Time).
Announcement ofoutcomes Expected: May 2017
Offered yearly? Yes
Qualified Countries: All
To be taken at (nation): Online
About the Award: The subject for the 2017 Science without Borders Challenge is “Reef SuperSpecies.”
During the current year’s Challenge, utilize your creative energy to make a bit of craftsmanship that represents a made-up Reef SuperSpecies. A Reef SuperSpecies is a living being (plant or creature) that has figured out how to adjust to a lethal risk confronting coral reef biological systems. You can make up a living being or base your living being off of an officially existing reef living being.
The Science without Borders Challenge was made to get understudies and instructors keen on sea preservation through different types of craftsmanship. This yearly challenge rouses understudies to be imaginative while finding out about essential sea protection issues.
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Offered Since: 2013
Qualification: The Science Without Borders Challenge is interested in primary and secondary school understudies 11-19 years of age. Understudies must be enlisted in primary or secondary school, or the self-teaching proportionate. college and University understudies are not qualified for this challenge.
Work will be judged in two classifications, with first, second, and third place prizes granted for each:
11 – 14 year-olds
15 – 19 year-olds
We energize educator entries! Make sure every section has the name of the craftsman and their age written in pencil on the back of it. On the off chance that your student(s) are less than 13 years old, ensure the COPPA shape is totally rounded out for every one. The work of art can be sent in one bundle.
All fine art must be a unique work by the contender and should not encroach on any copyrights or some other privileges of any outsiders. For example, drawing a character from a cartoon or motion picture is not viewed as a unique work.
The craftsmanship must be 2D, for example, a work of art or drawing. Worthy media include: paint, pencil, marker, colored pencil, ink, and oil pastel. Carefully designed craftsmanship, including photos, are not acknowledged.
You should send your unique work of art. Advanced duplicates of work of art are NOT allowed.
All entries must be made by an individual craftsman. group entries are not allowed.
Members may submit just 1 workmanship piece.
Compose your first and last name and age in pencil on the back of your fine art.
Round out all required data on the Entry Forms (pages 5-7).
Fine art and craftsmanship depictions might be utilized as a part of productions and conveyed to the media.
The Khaled receptacle Sultan Living Oceans Foundation maintains all authority to exclude craftsmanship esteemed hostile.
On the off chance that the clarification of craftsmanship or the work of art itself is copied, then it will be excluded.
Passages that don’t consent to the greater part of the challenge principles will be precluded.
Choice Process: A board of craftsmen, instructors, and researchers will be framed to judge the Science Without Borders® Challenge. Work of art will be assessed on the nature of the craftsmanship, creativity, and adherence to the topic.
Number of Awardees:
Estimation of Contest: Winners of the Science Without Borders® Challenge will be freely declared. Prizes granted to hopeful champs are as per the following:
first Place: $500
second Place: $350
third Place: $200
Instructions to Apply: Contestants must submit Entry Forms with their accommodation. It is favored that you present your structures online at www.lof.org/SWBChallenge. All fields on the Entry Forms must be dispatched out keeping in mind the end goal to be considered for honors.
All unique work of art ought to be sent to:
Khaled container Sultan Living Oceans Foundation
Science Without Borders® Challenge
130 Severn Avenue, Suite 100 Annapolis, MD 21403
FOR STUDENTS UNDER THE AGE OF 13 All members (USA and universal) less than 13 years old, must have a parent/gatekeeper round out the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) Notice Form (page 9 of the Entry Form). Send this frame in with your fine art. On the off chance that we don’t get this shape and you are less than 13 years old, you will be precluded from the Science without Borders® Challenge.
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Grant Provider: Khaled receptacle Sultan Living Oceans Foundation