Campus News

Science, engineering judges

Professionals and graduate students in science, technology, engineering and research are needed to serve as judges for the Georgia Science and Engineering Fair, to be held March 22 at the Classic Center.

Approximately 200 judges are needed to evaluate more than 700 exhibits in animal sciences, behavioral sciences, biochemistry, cellular and molecular biology, chemistry, computer science, earth sciences, energy, engineering, environmental sciences, mathematics, medicine,  microbiology, physics and astronomy and plant sciences. All volunteer judges will go through orientation and training the morning of the fair. Judges can choose to evaluate in junior or senior divisions. Volunteers may complete and return the judge’s volunteer form,, or contact the Office of Academic Special Programs,, for more information.