Judging the WNYRSEF Projects
Judges for the projects are from many walks of life. Elementary and Middle school teachers usually judge grades 5-6. A mixture of teachers, scientists and engineers judge grades 7-12. Based on the nature of the project, the Judging Rubric will be used for both science projects and engineering projects. Students can also access Presentation Tips to share about their projects.
The Judging 101 document provides judges with the logistics and procedures to ensure clear expectations of their work at the Fair. There are several Award Levels (Grand/Advancement, Monetary, and Special Awards) available for student projects that qualify and meet the criteria for selection.
If you, or someone you know, would like to judge for the WNY Regional Science and Engineering Fair, please register online –in the upper right corner “Login,” then under “Judges”.
For questions, contact the Judges’ Chairperson, John-Paul Martin, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Safety Considerations for All Projects, Participants, and Public
Safety inspectors are individuals from a variety of safety-related industries. The Safety Checklist, is submitted by the student or sponsor prior to the Fair. Using the Safety Checklist, projects are inspected by the Safety Inspectors before judging is permitted.
If you are in the field of safety and would like to inspector projects for the WNY Regional Science and Engineering Fair, please register online –in the upper right corner “Login,” then under “Volunteers”.
Whether a student, sponsor, or inspector, questions about the Safety Checklist or the Safety Restrictions can be answered by the Safety Chairperson, Carol Schmeidler, email@example.com.