We need your help! Approximately 1000 judges in 22 categories, covering the whole of science and engineering. Judges are required to have a B.A., B.S. or a master’s degree with a minimum of six years related professional experience OR a Ph.D., M.D., or equivalent. Senior level graduate students may also qualify. If in doubt apply, and credentials will be reviewed.
Judges are expected to be available from Tuesday afternoon (register no later than 5:00 PM) May 15 through Wednesday evening May 16, 2018 to complete their judging assignments. Judge training is available.
Parking and all meals are provided free.
Judging at Intel ISEF is wonderful. The students consistently rank talking with the judges as the high point of their experience. The opportunity to meet these students is a tremendous experience for you. The positive energy in the exhibit hall with the students is inspiring!
Judging is also a great opportunity to network with fellow judges - over 1000 professionals from around the region and around the world. The students are our future leaders and workers for industry, universities and research facilities – it’s an opportunity to meet your future students, colleagues and employees. You will also
advance STEM education, and promote good will.
Intel ISEF was held in Pittsburgh in 2012 and 2015, and was a huge success. Join us to help make the 2018 fair even better. Become a judge. It’s easy. Go to https://student.societyforscience.org/grand-award-judges - click Apply to be a Grand Awards Judge at Intel ISEF 2018 in Pittsburgh!
Don’t want to judge? Volunteer to help. There are all kinds of jobs to do, including being an interpreter in any of 20 languages. Go to: https://student.societyforscience.org/volunteers to learn more.
Questions? Email: Judging@societyforscience.org
Lisa M. Kosick
Pittsburgh Regional Science & Engineering Fair,
Coordinator, Chain Reaction Contraption Contest and
Future City Competition
Carnegie Science Center
One Allegheny Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15212