Competitions

The fair is divided into five divisions:

  1. Investigatory Project – experimental research performed on a topic.
  2. Display Project – informational poster on a researched topic. (No experiments performed)
  3. Art – art object with scientific theme
  4. Symposium – oral presentation
  5. Submitted Papers – written report.

Students are encouraged to enter as many divisions as they wish.

Guidelines and Registration Forms (PDF)

Schedule

8:15 – 9:15 am Registration;

Rooms open for setting up exhibits for Investigatory Projects and Display Projects and Art Exhibit. Please bring all projects to the Baisi Center Gym. Family and friends may view the Fair after the judges finish judging all the projects at 11:30 am.

9:15 am Welcome Remarks
9:30 am Symposium division starts

9:30 – 11:30 am Judging
Students must be present at their Investigatory project exhibits during this time (unless they are giving a symposium) so the students can answer the judges; questions. If the student is not present, the project may be disqualified.

11:30 – 12:00 pm Lunch

12:00 – 1:00 pm. Olympiad Event

12:45 – 1:00 pm. Pack-up all exhibits

1:15 – 2:00 pm. Awards Ceremony
Students do not have to be present to win but they do need someone there to pick up their prizes (classmates, teachers, or parents).

2:15 pm. Departure

Venue

Neal Baisi Athletic Center

Neal Baisi Athletic Center
WVU Tech • Montgomery, WV 25136

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Contact

Dr. Rana M. Jisr
Department of Physical Sciences
WVU Institute of Technology
Montgomery, WV 25136
Phone: 304-442-3356
Fax: 304-442-1046
E-mail: Tech-Science-Art-Fair@mail.wvu.edu

Mr. Mark Jones
Department of Physical Education
WVU Institute of Technology
Montgomery, WV, 25136
Phone: 304-442-3150
Email: Tech-Science-Art-Fair@mail.wvu.edu

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