BPS Science Fair – Judges Portal
The BPS Science and Engineering Fair will be on Saturday, February 29th, 2020.
Putting a focus on science and engineering is a major goal of the Boston Public Schools. We want all students to be scientifically literate and to develop an understanding of fundamental science and engineering concepts. Each year the Boston Science and Engineering Fair provides an opportunity for students to “do” science and engineering. As the students prepare for the fair, they not only learn important science and engineering concepts but they also learn how scientists and engineers investigate the world.
Last year, thousands of students across the city participated in their school fair, and the “best of the best” were invited to display their exhibits at the Citywide Science and Engineering Fair. We had many outstanding exhibits displayed at last year’s fair, representing students from lots of our high schools and middle schools.
We hope you can join us this year! The BPS students appreciate the support your presence provides, and we hope that you will enjoy meeting some of the city’s finest students. We will be honored if you can join us for the day. Note: Judges must have at least an undergraduate degree to participate.
Registration is required for judges: >>please click here to sign-up to judge!<<.
As the date grows closer, we will send additional information about final logistics and program information to registered judges. If you need to cancel your participation at any time, please email Nicolas Fuchs.
Please plan to arrive at 108 Snell Engineering (building #58 on this map) at 8:30am – for breakfast and orientation. Judges will be able to leave after student project judging is completed, but we invite you to stay for the remainder of the day’s events.
Directions to the University can be found here. If you are driving, please park in the Renaissance Parking Garage at 835 Columbus Ave (TBD if we will be able to validate parking passes). If you’re taking public transit, please travel to Ruggles Station (Orange Line) or the Northeastern E train stop (Green Line).