JUDGES

Judges evaluate the Science Fair projects according to a set of guidelines developed by the Science Fair Program. They receive training and collaborate with fellow judges. They get the opportunity to speak one-on-one with the students to hear about their projects. When registering they can select their preference for the type and grade level of the projects they judge.

Judges are needed to judge projects on Monday and Tuesday during the Fair. The judging commitment is to be present on both Monday and Tuesday. See the schedule below.

 

Judges are local graduate students, post-docs, faculty, researchers, and industry professionals. Come network with other STEM students and professionals, and see young scientists at work!

*As was done last year: We will provide shuttles to/from the Science Fair,

which will take place at Floyd Little Athletic Center

(480 Sherman Pkwy, New Haven, CT 06511).

Monday, May 11, 2020

dinner provided

4:30-7:30pm (*first-time judges need to arrive at 4:00pm for an orientation)

Meet your judging team and take a preliminary look at all projects in your judging category.

Tuesday, May 12, 2020

breakfast & lunch provided

9:00am-12:30pm 

Interview the student(s) responsible for each project and make a final decision about the winners!

In previous years, our Judges have come from:

  • Yale University

  • Yale University School of Medicine

  • Yale-New Haven Teachers Institute

  • University of New Haven

  • University of Connecticut

  • Southern Connecticut State University

  • Quinnipiac University

  • Middlesex Community College

  • Melinta Therapeutics

  • Washington Montessori School

  • L2 Diagnostics

  • Industrial Surface Technologies

  • Harvard School of Public Health

  • Cytec Solvay Group

  • CUNY

  • Chemtura Corporation

  • Ashion Analytics

  • Alinabal, Inc.

  • Alexion Pharmaceuticals

  • Advanced Educational Resources

  • Covidien

  • ChemWerth, Inc.

  • Community Foundation for Greater New Haven

  • Little Scientists

  • Medtronic

  • Proton OnSite

  • Pfizer

  • The Journal of Experimental Secondary Science

...and more!

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