Building student involvement, fostering civic engagement and enhancing community service to advance public health. 

Please consider serving as judges at the Massachusetts Region IV High School Science & Engineering Fair. They are seeking a wide variety of science professionals with diverse experience and expertise in areas including biology, chemistry, environmental science, psychology, physics, astronomy, engineering, and computer science.  


This year’s Massachusetts Region IV High School Science & Engineering Fair will be held virtually on zFairs beginning on Thursday, March 4th and concluding on Saturday, March 6th. Also new in this competition, there are two project categories– traditional projects will be judged synchronously and a new research proposal category which will be judged asynchronously.

To register as a judge for this event, go to to register online. During this registration you will be asked to select one or more categories to judge. If you prefer to judge the traditional projects, indicate the areas of STEM that you would prefer to judge and the judging session(s) that you can attend. If you prefer to judge the research proposal category, simply select “research proposal” as your preferred category.

Tufts University is the lead sponsor of this event and a strong supporter of STEM education in K-12 schools. This is an excellent opportunity to get involved in promoting STEM education in local schools. During these challenging times, your help is needed now more than ever. Any time that you are able to offer would be greatly appreciated.

These hardworking high school students immensely benefit from talking with someone, such as yourself, with a strong STEM background during this competition. If you have any questions about the types of judging or regarding the online registration process, please contact Karen O’Hagan, Dept. of Chemistry, Tufts University.


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