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Published February 09, 2023
Graduate students and faculty members from the University of Wyoming and others are invited to judge youth research projects at the Wyoming State Science Fair (WSSF) next month.
The annual competition for Wyoming students is March 5-7, and it will be held once again on the UW campus.
The WSSF is an event that connects talented junior and senior high school students with professional scientists, engineers and mathematicians. The event will take place in person Monday, March 6, in the Wyoming Union. Volunteers can serve as category award or special award judges. Judges will preview virtual student materials starting Monday, Feb. 27, and then conduct in-person interview judging from 9 am.-1 p.m. March 6.
“To those who have judged before, I am sincerely grateful for your continuous and generous involvement,” says Erin Stoesz, WSSF director.
Student research projects, which span a broad spectrum of STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) disciplines, are grouped into nearly 12 different categories.
The public also is invited to view the student research posters in the Wyoming Union Ballroom March 6 from 1:15-9 p.m.
For more information about the judging, categories and schedule, email email@example.com.