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Published January 22, 2018
Volunteer judges are being sought to help judge student projects for the 2018 Wyoming State Science Fair March 4-6 at the University of Wyoming.
The event draws more than 300 middle school and high school students representing nearly 50 Wyoming schools each year.
“This is an excellent chance to get an early start recruiting enthusiastic students and to encourage the next generation of STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) professionals,” says Erin Stoesz, Wyoming State Science Fair coordinator. “This event brings hundreds of talented junior and senior high school students to the University of Wyoming campus each year.”
Judging will take place Monday, March 5, and food will be provided to volunteers.
More than 100 volunteers in the past have judged student-led research that may cover areas as diverse as robotics, environmental management, behavioral and social science, energy and transportation, and chemistry.
For more information, call Stoesz at 766-9863 or email email@example.com.
For more information about the State Science Fair and judging criteria, click here.