Baltimore 58th Science Fair – Judges needed to volunteer

February 21, 2013 by
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Judges needed to volunteer for the 58th Annual Baltimore Science Fair

The ASQ Baltimore Section has once again been invited to participate in the 58th Annual Baltimore Science Fair ( to be held at Towson University. As in past years, the Baltimore Section will provide volunteer judges and awards to students participating in the Baltimore Science Fair. The Section has been continuously supporting the Science Fair for about 20 years.Section members volunteer as independent judges for ASQ and earn Recertification Points.

  1. Judging takes place on Saturday, March 23th, at the Towson University Student Union. On Saturday, the commitment is from 8:30 AM until about 2 PM.
  2. The Awards Ceremony takes place on Sunday, March 24th. If you can assist in presenting the awards, the commitment is from 3:30 PM until about 5 PM at the Towson University Student Union.
  3. Judges from ASQ Baltimore will adjudicate the student exhibits for their use and understanding of statistical principles and statistical thinking and provide recognition awards.
  4. The Section will also recognizes teams of students for effectively working together to solve their chosen problem.
  5. .Members interested in volunteering to be a Judge may contact the Science Fair Committee Chair, David Moore, at 240-422-3577 or .
  6. Note, that this year, the Science Fair organization is also in need of sponsor judges in the Biology sciences, and if you are able to help, please contact Bob Bufano, Director of the BSF directly at .  Sponsor judges judge on behalf of a sponsor that is short of or does not provide judges, and is separate from the ASQ Baltimore judging.”

The Fair attracts winners of school and county-based science fairs from Maryland’s Baltimore Region. Students represent public and private schools and home schools. Students come from middle (Division 1) and high (Division 2) schools within Baltimore, Carroll, Harford, and Howard Counties and Baltimore City. The Fair is now operated by the non-profit Baltimore Science Fair Foundation and has been additionally sponsored by the following organizations: Towson University, Lockheed Martin Corp., Baltimore County Public Schools, Constellation Energy Group, and Howard Co Public Schools. The Baltimore Section of ASQ is a contributing supporter.

Is your organization on this list? Your organization can also be a Fair sponsor. Contact David Moore for information.

Winners from the Baltimore Science Fair will compete in the International Science & Engineering Fair to be held in May 12 – 17, 2013 in Phoenix AZ.

This is a great way to give back to the local community.
Here is a picture of some of our judges from last year’s fair.

Quality Community – Science Fair Committee


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