FWRSEF Registration

Rules and Guidelines

Intel ISEF Rules and Guidelines [PDF]
Download ISEF Rule Booklet — Note the changes for 2014!
FWRSEF Rules and Guidlines [PDF]
Download FWRSEF Rules and Guidelines
FWRSEF SRC Guide [powerpoint presentation]
Download FWRSEF SRC Guide
Teachers' Guide to the FWRSEF [PDF]
Download the Teachers' Guide


Online Registration — NEW!
Starting 2014, FWRSEF requires both online and paper registration.
Please create a ScienceFairOracle account and submit forms online.
2014 FWRSEF Forms (Required)
Completion of these forms is required for 2014 fair registration.
Please type your responses! Do not submit handwritten forms.
2014 Intel ISEF Forms (Required)
A completed set of ISEF Forms is required in order to register for the 2014 Fort Worth Regional Science and Engineering Fair.

Project Registration

Please complete and mail all forms to:

Dr. Yuan B. Peng, P.O Box 19528,
University of Texas at Arlington
Arlington, TX 76019-0528

Questions and Contact

For Questions about the 2011 Fair or rules contact
Dr. Yuan B. Peng, Fair Director, email: director@fwrsef.org
For questions about forming an SRB or IRC contact:
Dr. Michael Roner, SRC Chair, email: roner@uta.edu
For questions about becoming a supporter or volunteer for the Fort Worth Regional Science and Engineering Fair contact:
Dr. Yuan B. Peng, Fair Director, email: director@fwrsef.org

2014 Fair Schedule

Printable FWRSEF Program

FWRSEF Schedule

February 23, 2014

12:00 PM to 5:00 PM Project setup (all grades)

February 24, 2014

9:00 AM – 10:00 AM Closed-door judging
10:00 AM – 11:30 AM Project presentation
Students demonstrate their projects to the judges
Mandatory for Division I students (Grades 9–12).
11:00 AM – 11:15 AM Information session (CPC)
Dara and other UTA admissions officers provide information about local eateries and lunchtime activities
11:15 AM – 12:30 PM Lunch break
12:30 PM – 6:30 PM Student Activities (CPC)
Admissions will gather the students and then separate them by middle school and high school. HS students will have the opportunity to participate in the afternoon activities (some or all) if they choose or they can attend the study hall area that Admissions will have arranged for them. MS students will be split into groups, labeled based on whether they have permission slips for the activities, and then rotated through four activities including:
  1. UTA campus tour
  2. Engineering activities
  3. Science presentations
  4. Planetarium trip
The Admissions group will provide tour guides to move the student groups around campus to the 4 areas. All groups will be finished with activities by 5:45pm and the tour guides will return them to the CPC.
3:00 PM – 7:00 PM Public project viewing
7:00 PM – 8:30 PM Awards Ceremony
8:30 PM – 9:00 PM Public viewing and teardown
9:00 PM Exhibit hall closes
All project displays must be removed.
Unattended items will be destroyed.

Maps & Directions

Venue: College Park Events Center
College Park Events Center Information
Parking Permit: print and display permit on front windshield
Download Parking Permit [PDF]
Parking Location: park only in areas marked as "Event Parking"
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Map to event parking areas.
Bus Parking Guidelines: busses may only park in designated areas.
UTA Bus Parking Guidelines [PDF]


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