Be Ready for the Regional Fair
- Start planning for the research projects .
- Review the 2015 ISEF Rules, Guidelines
Prior to starting your research, complete the International Science & Engineering Fair forms (Form 1, Form 1A, Form 1B).
Additional forms may be required for some projects. Please see the ISEF Rules (beginning at page 33) to determine if your project requires additional forms. For example, if you are using vertebrate animals in your research, you will be required to fill out either Form 5A or 5B and have an SRC member from TTU endorse the form prior to research.Creating a Project Board and Abstract Writing Process.
Student Research Outlines & Abstracts
- All students should submit a detailed research outline for teacher review/approval prior to beginning any studies.
- The research outline develops into the project abstract that is submitted during registration.
- 100-word abstract for Junior (7th-9th) & Senior Divisions (10th-12th) explaining the research process.
- Consider science, math, language arts and art teachers partnering on science and engineering fair projects at their grade level (i.e. research, outlines, vocabulary, drafting/writing outlines/abstracts, preparing a presentation board [design, measurement, composition, etc.]).
- Complete ISEF Document Library 2014
- 2014 ISEF Student Handbook
- 2014 ISEF Rules & Guidelines & Updates to Rules & Guidelines
- ISEF Rules & Guidelines
- Creating a Project Board
- Abstract Writing Process
Contacts for Regional Science & Engineering Fair
Kelly Ramey, Director | 931-372-3191
Christina Hatley, Administrative Associate | 931-372-6598
Nik McGehee, Graduate Assistant
Visit Nik's blog for questions and assistance about getting your students ready for the fair.Blog hosted by the Upper Cumberland Rural STEM Initiative (UCRSI) website: ucrsi.org.