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Columbus Regional Science and Engineering  Fair 




    Columbus Regional Science and Engineering Fair Volunteers

(Click the above link to volunteer for the CRSEF.)

(CLICK HERE for descriptions and dates for CRSEF Volunteers)

Click a selected item.
Dates Georgia Fair Rules Selecting a Topic Steps to Success Resources



Downloads and Links


Fair Dates

for the

Columbus Regional

Science and

Engineering Fair




             Columbus State University, Elizabeth Bradley Turner Center MAP

February 3, 2015 - project displays, interviews and judging

February  4, 2015  -  public viewing


February 6, 2015 -Awards Ceremony at the Columbus Museum


for the

Columbus Regional

Science and

Engineering Fair






1. School Registration FORM for school participation

        - fax to 706-748-2081

        - Part I due: September 30th

        - Part II due: October 30th

        -  School registration fee, $40.00  due October 30th


2. Project Registration FORM, complete and return with all required project forms (approved by the School Science Review Committee) to MCSD Director of Science, 2960 Macon Road, Columbus, Georgia 31906 by  5:00 p.m., January 10, 2015

No exceptions are made for this date.

Do NOT FAX project forms.


3.  Print copies of page 2 of the Project Registration FORM document for all

      participants attending the regional event.

      Dates, times and locations for events are on Page 2 .


    Checklist of Project Forms guides student and teacher through the process. 


4. The CRSEF follows the Georgia  Science and Engineering Fair (GSEF) 

     Rules and Guidelines.

     ISTE Rules and Forms  are followed by the GSEF.

          See Steps to Success below are provided for further assistance.

    *  CRSEF does not accept projects using firearms or explosives.

        School Review Committees are not equipped to provide proper rule guidance.

Home School
             1. Review the Project Rules and Guidelines
             2. Contact the school in your identified attendance zone by the end of August.
                 CLICK HERE to locate your MCSD attendance zone.

             *  Georgia guidleines require home school students to compete in a local school fair
                   Only identified projects from school fairs may participate
in the
                   Columbus Regional Science and Engineering Fair.

School Fairs          Step-by-Step Suggestions
         School Review Committee  (page 3 of School Registration)
         Literacy and Project-Based Learning Connections  

Selecting the Topic

Science Buddies: Topic Wizard and Resources

Project Guide by Science Buddies

Ask an Expert by Science Buddies

Middle School Project Ideas


Science and

Engineering Fair



for State and Regional Fairs 

          Georgia Science and Engineering Fair

                 Selected CRSEF students may attend.

                 State participation fee per student

                 GSEF is held in Athens, GA in Spring

            * Official RULES and forms from GSEF


Steps to Success






Rules      (an ISEF support site)     

Forms Wizard

Organizing a Science Fair

Science Fair Basics

Science Fair Steps - Visual Guide

Bibliography HELP!  

          see Son of Citation Machine for EASY clicking to correct format.

Steps for Completing a Project by Science Buddies

TIPS by Science Buddies


Judging the Project

 Visit the GSEF site to review the Rules and Guidelines.

 Look for the Judging Rubric listed on the right of the site.


More Resources

The EDUZONE Science Links has a good resource link page with page a variety of research options from a more specific Science Fair Research page providing links to all types of science related sites to the National Student Research Center.

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