A global online science festival
for displaced students and their teachers!

May 8-21, 2023Applications are now open! Check out the amazing 2022 science projects!

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Refugee and displaced students experience interrupted education, are often excluded from schools in hosting countries and have few opportunities of attending science classes.

The Science United Festival provides an online science fair for displaced students and their teachers to share science projects with a global community and receive encouragement and feedback from refugee scientist mentors to help foster a love for science, grow scientific literacy, and spark interest in science as a potential future career.

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Who We are

The Science United Festival is an initiative of Science United Project, supported by Blossom Hill Foundation. The Science United Project was founded by Erika Gillette EdD in 2017 and aims to support teachers to teach science to their refugee and displaced students in an experiential way.

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Support Science United Festival

Science United Festival is realized with the kind support of Blossom Hill Foundation, a US based nonprofit organization founded in 2009 by Shiva Sarram, a former child of war from Iran.

Help is always needed and welcomed!

Click below to find out how you can contribute to the Science United Festival.

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