On-line submission of all project forms and paperwork: 1/27/23, by the end of the day.
Disclaimer- STEM Wizard is a Third-party software. .
This software has been adopted by the Delaware Valley Science Fair as a way toto collect and administer documentation relevant to their competition. . Rowan College of South Jersey-Cumberland campus is using STEM Wizard as the platform to collect documentation and conduct the 20232 Science Research Competition. The use of this platform will allow a seamless transfer of information from our regional fair to the DVSF. . Prior to using this software, please read the privacy statement and information, security protocols, that are provided by STEM Wizard. Upon acceptance of the conditions set forth you may complete the registration process."
FINAL deadline for all projects that need correction is February 6th, 2023
The period January 27 through February 6 is for the correction and resubmission of projects. No new projects should be submitted after February 6. Students and teachers should retain their originals and submit only copies of the paperwork. All projects with completed applications and forms that are received on or before
February 6, 2023 will be accepted into the competition.
- Presentation PDFs and video interviews must be in STEM Wizard
- End of the day on 2/13/23.
- Award Ceremony
- 3/2/23 @ TBD
Registration and Deadlines
The Rowan College South Jersey, Cumberland Campus Science Research Competition serves as a Regional Fair for the Delaware Valley Science Fair. As such, we will be adhering to the guidelines and rules outlined in the International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) rulebook.
For further information, please visit the Delaware Valley Science Fair website at
www.dvsf.org or select "rules" from our menu.
You can download the required registration forms from our website (see
Required Forms) or the Delaware Valley Science Fair website at
www.dvsf.org. As soon as possible, students should complete and submit:
- Research plan
- ISEF Form 1
- ISEF Form 1a
- ISEF Form 1b
- ISEF Form 3 and
- any other ISEF forms which are required due to the nature of that student's experiment (see SRC approval section below).
Each teacher who is sponsoring students will upload required documents for their students into a STEM Wizard.
Team projects must have a complete set of paperwork completed for each team member.
We welcome early paperwork submission. This will allow for early detection of projects which may need approval and additional forms before research begins.
Please review your students' paperwork for thoroughness and completeness, as incomplete forms will be returned.
Please contact Richard Taylor or Michelle Swerdlow when forms have been submitted:
Please note that research CANNOT begin for projects involving Vertebrate Animals, Humans or Potentially Hazardous Biological Agents until approval is received by the CCC/DVSF-SRC. Examples of commonly submitted experiments that require approval include: culturing any bacteria (such as setting food out to decompose); experimenting on the family pet, fish or amphibians; surveying classmates or family members by questionnaire or behavioral/physical observations. Additionally, experiments involving hazardous chemicals, hazardous devices and those presenting an incendiary and/or other hazard, could require additional approvals. The Rowan College South Jersey, Cumberland Campus Scientific Review Committee (SRC) will meet and review all research plans and provide feedback on paperwork necessary to receive approval on a regular basis.
An appointment can be set up with each school with the Science Competition Review Committee to review and confirm your school's paperwork.
Initial paperwork review appointments will occur from Late December through January 28, 2022. Please contact us if you would like an appointment to review submissions.
Final deadline for all projects and all corrections is February 6th, 2023.
The period January 21st through February 6th is for the correction and resubmission of projects. No new projects will be accepted after
February 6th. Students and teachers should retain their originals and submit only copies of the paperwork.
All projects with completed applications and forms that are received on or before
February 6th, 2023 will be accepted into the competition.
Submission of Student registration forms and paperwork this year will be collected utilizing program STEM Wizard
As in the past, if the Science Research Competition date is drawing near and you know that a student will not be able to participate, please notify us immediately via the contact information above.
A select group of students who win a category medal at our competition may qualify to advance to the regional Delaware Valley Science Fair. A select group of students who win awards at the Delaware Valley Science Fair may be eligible to advance to the Regeneron International Science and Engineering Fair.
Delaware Valley Science Fair dates: April 4, 2023
International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) dates: May 13-19, 2023 in virtual format.
- Please contact us if you have any questions or concerns.