http://www.rbffoundation.org The 2017 Milton Fisher Foundation Scholarships application deadline is April 30. These four-year scholarships of up to $5,000 per year are open to exceptionally Innovative and Creative high school juniors, seniors, and college freshmen who are: From Connecticut or New York City metro area and plan to attend a college in the U.S.; Or from […]
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13 December 2016
You are invited to join us for a joint workshop for students who are participating in the 2017 Connecticut Science & Engineering Fair or the Junior Science and Humanities Symposium. Are you struggling with your poster or presentation? Come to our workshop. Workshop – Best Practices for Science Fair and Junior Science and Humanities Symposium Fully […]
3 March 2013
The 2013 abstracts are now available. We have a record 494 projects this year filling the hall to the max. Our nearly 300 judges will be kept very busy over the three days of judging. Pre-screening the students’ work begins now with judges and judging chairs reviewing the abstracts to see if the work fits […]
19 February 2013
Just released for your CSEF and/or CT JSHS (CT Junior Science & Humanities Symposium) preparation are two concise and highly informative videos to help you get your poster and oral presentation ready. These are narrated by Dr. Frank LaBanca, Center for 21st Century Skills-Education Connection and Joy Erickson, University of Connecticut. Special thanks to Dr. […]
Congratulations, you’ve made it to finalist judging…but what are you going to wear? While there are no points given or taken away for attire, dressing appropriately will give you confidence when the judges come by with their clipboards.
Ok, we lied. Putting together a good display takes time and patience. We do have some good tips that will make it eas-ier.
Every year after preliminary and finalist judging we solicit feedback from the judges. The great news is that year after, new and seasoned judges are impressed by the continued quantity and quality of the projects and students they see.
Before you puff yourself up too much, there are some constructive criticisms as well. We strongly suggest you pay attention to what they have to say. These are things that affect your score.