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Louisville Regional Science & Engineering Fair (LRSEF

Saturday, January 13, 2018   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Bonnie Spencer
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The 2018 Louisville Regional Science & Engineering Fair (LRSEF) will be held Saturday, March 3, 2018, at the Kentucky Science Center at  727 West Main Street in Downtown Louisville!

 

We anticipate hosting over 300 middle school and high school student scientists who will present their work across 22 categories and two divisions.  That is, we’ll need 44 teams of judges just for the morning competition, plus additional judges for afternoon best-in-fair awards and over two dozen special awards.  Altogether, we are seeking 250 scientists & engineers from a broad spectrum of disciplines to help us judge this year’s student entries.

 

New and returning judges should go to http://lrsef.org/ and click on the green “For Judges” button in the middle of the row of options running across the science fair’s homepage.  Under “Resources” click “Register Now.”

 

For NEW Judges:

·       Enter your personal information in the “Judge Registration” box, and click on the “Submit” button.

·       Enter your fair experience / qualification, potential conflicts, category preferences, and special awards judge info (four pages, takes about five minutes).

·       That’s it!  You’re done!  You will be contacted closer to the fair with your (tentative) judging assignment  (final assignments will be made onsite at the March 3 judges’ orientation meeting).

 

For RETURNING Judges:

·       Go to the bottom of the “Judge Registration” box (no need to re-enter all your personal information) and click on “I’ve already registered” next to the New Judges’ “Submit” button.

·       Enter your fair experience / qualification, potential conflicts, category preferences, and special awards judge info (four pages, takes about five minutes).

·       That’s it!  You’re done!  You will be contacted closer to the fair with your (tentative) judging assignment, and, since you’re a returning judge, you know final assignments will be made at the onsite judges’ orientation meeting.