Coastal Georgia Reverse Science Fair
What is a reverse science fair?
A reverse science fair is a research symposium for local graduate and undergraduate college students where visiting high school students will be participating as judges for their presentations. The event is free for the community to attend with the intent to make science more accessible to the public.
Throughout the day free to the public there will be educational and professional development workshops.
To close the event, there will be an awards ceremony presented by a keynote speaker*.
DESCRIPTIONS of Presentation Options:
The presenter will provide a research poster 48w X 36h, and it will be attached to the supplied poster board on site. With the poster, the presenter will describe the main scientific question and findings of their research project.
-5 Minute Elevator Pitch:
The presenter will present a 5-minute pitch that encompasses the main idea and findings of their research project. For this presentation type, a poster is not permitted. Though, the presenter may bring data printouts to attach to their supplied board to reference throughout their pitch. On their assigned poster board, it is required they, at minimal, attach a banner with their research title.
*keynote speaker to be announced