The Maine State Science Fair (MSSF) is an exciting opportunity for Maine high school students to pursue their interest in science and present results of their projects to fellow students.
Judges for the science fair come from across Maine and include scientists, engineers, mathematicians, teachers, and other STEM professionals. So if you have expertise in aquaponics, computer science, environmental science, or energy, please join the Maine State Science Fair as a judge.
The 2017 Maine State Science Fair will take place Saturday, March 25 at Colby College, in Waterville, Maine. MSSF is open to all students from all public, private, parochial, and home schools (grades 9-12) throughout Maine and is organized by The Jackson Laboratory and the Maine Mathematics and Science Alliance.
CLICK HERE for more information and to register as a judge. MSSF Judges must have advanced training or practical experience in science, technology, engineering, mathematics, computer science, or an associate field. Judges must engage in constructive analysis and discussion of a research or engineering project with a high school student and determine the relative strengths and weaknesses of a given project according to a standard rubric. Judges must be highly collaborative and able to work in small groups. In addition to evaluating projects, judges also serve as informal mentors, providing useful feedback, advice, and encouragement to all students.
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