2022 Fair Information

Flint Regional Science & Engineering Fair 2022

Dates and Schedule

Dates & Deadlines

Format

We are planning for the 2022 FRSEF to be in-person.  If needed, the FRSEF will move to a virtual format with Zoom based judging interviews with a changed schedule.

The FRSEF will be follow local and state health protocols.  Closer to the fair event, requirements will be shared with all volunteers and participants.

Resources for Science and Engineering at Home

Junior & Senior

There will be two rounds of judging:

  • Preliminary Round: Projects will be scored by judges based on student online submitted materials.
  • Final Round: Judging interviews
    •  All submitted materials will be available to judges prior to and during the interviews.
    • All students (finalist and non-finalist) will have interviews.
    • Senior:  Finalist interviews will be presentations with judges and a projector in a separate room
      • Only materials allowed for presentation are the Display Slides and Quad Chart submitted for Preliminary Judging
    • Junior:  Interviews will take place at student's display board

Materials for Judging

Templates for all can be found on the Templates webpage and the registration site

  • With Registration / Before Start of Experimentation (submitted via the online registration portal)
    • Research Plan
      • Information on this is available when you register and add a project.
    • SRC Forms 1, 1a, 1b
    • All SRC Forms for projects requiring pre-approval (ex. Human Subjects, Bacteria)
  • By March 1 at 11:59 PM EST  (submitted via the online registration portal)
    • Project Quad Chart 
      • 1 Page Summary of your project.  Think of it as the introduction of your project to judges and your "elevator pitch".
      • Template must be followed.
    • Display Slides
      • Template does not have to be followed, provided as a starting point.
      • Only pdf files are accepted.
      • Maximum of 12 slides
    • Special Awards Form
      • Available in the registration portal.
    • Research Report (optional)
  • Bring to Fair
    • Display Board
      • Can be display slides printed and placed on a tri-fold
    • Logbook / Research Notebook (optional)

Elementary

There will be one round of judging:

  • Judging interviews
    •  All submitted materials will be available to judges prior to and during the interviews, but will not be scored.
    • All students will have interviews
    • Interviews will take place at student's display board

Materials for Judging

Templates for all can be found on the Templates webpage and the registration site

  • With Registration / Before Start of Experimentation (submitted via the online registration portal)
    • Research Plan
      • Information on this is available when you register and add a project.
    • SRC Forms 1, 1a, 1b
    • All SRC Forms for projects requiring pre-approval (ex. Human Subjects, Bacteria)
  • By March 1 at 11:59 PM EST  (submitted via the online registration portal)
    • Project Quad Chart 
      • 1 Page Summary of your project.  Think of it as the introduction of your project to judges and your "elevator pitch".
      • Template must be followed.
    • Special Awards Form
      • Available in the registration portal.
  • Bring to Fair
    • Display Board
      • Can be display slides printed and placed on a tri-fold
    • Research Report (optional)
    • Logbook / Research Notebook (optional)

*Note, SRC Paperwork is required as part of project registration and is available within the registration portal.  Projects requiring pre-approval need to be submitted by January 15.

Does my project need pre-approval and what forms do I need?? - Use the ISEF Rules Wizard to find out!