Quinte Regional Science and Technology Fair 2017 - Awards

Welcome to the Quinte Regional Science and Technology Website. The awards displayed here are tentative and not reflective on the final awards that will be given out during the awards ceremony but will give an idea of what may be there

 

    

 QRSTF 2017 - April 1st, 2017
 We will be at Loyalist College again. It is an excellent venue for our fair.
 Many new documents are being worked on.
 There are many things you need to know..

 

 

Criteria and Description:   These awards are for the projects which best demonstrate the principles of engineering.  

Sponsor:  Professional Engineers Association - Quinte

Two Cash Awards (one for each age category below)

 Grades 4 to 6

 Grades 7 to 12

 

 

Trenton Pharmacy Biology Awards 

Criteria and Description:   Awarded to the best projects, which pertain to a biological theme. They must directly relate to biology or an organism or the environment.

Sponsor: Trenton Pharmacy

Two Cash Awards (one for each age category below)

 Grades 7-8

 Grades 9-12

 

Derek and Kevin SueChueLam

Physics, Chemistry, or Math Awards

Criteria and Description:  Awarded to projects which demonstrate creative approaches to Physics, Chemistry or Math problems.

Sponsored by: Derek SueChueLam, a Bayside student who participated at Canada Wide Science Fair for 2 years.

Four Cash Awards (one for each age category below)

Eligibility:

Grades 4-6

Grades 7-8

 

 

Erika Jackson Environmental Award

Criteria and Description:  Awarded to a junior project in any category which demonstrates a creative approach to an environmental problem that could lead to cleaner air, land or water. 

Sponsored by: Doug and Inara Jackson.  Erika Jackson participated in the Canada Wide Science Fair.

One Cash Award

 

Eligibility:  Grades 4-6 

 

 

 

Dr. Stephen & Jean Kaladeen Life/Animals Sciences Award (grade7-8)

Criteria and Description:  Best Life Science award . The project must pertain directly to the biology of an organism or the environment. Their children participated for years at the Quinte Regional Science and Technology Fair.

Sponsored by: Dr. Stephen and Jean Kaladeen

 

One Cash Award

Eligibility: Grades 7-8

Dennis Kritzer Computer Science Programming Award

Criteria and Description:  This award is presented to a project that has developed (programmed) a software program that services a specific need. The program can be created in java, c++, or any other programming language.

Sponsored by: Quinte Regional Science and Technology Fair

 

One Cash Award

Eligibility: Grades 4-12

 Brain Injury Association Quinte District "Brain Wave" Award

Criteria and Description:  This award is given to a project that deals with the brain, brain injury, or safety. 

Sponsored by: The Brain Injury Association Quinte District

One Cash Award

Eligibility: Grades 4-12

 

The City of Belleville Municipal Infrastructure Award

 

Criteria and Description:The Prize is awarded to a project that demonstrates a subject matter relevant to a city, its departments and infrastructure. (gr 4-12)

 Sponsored by: The City of Belleville

One Cash Award

Eligibility:    Grades 4-12

 

 

The City of Belleville/Veridian Award 

 

Criteria and Description:The City of Belleville/Veridian award is given to the project at each level (Gr. 4-6,7-8,9-12) that best demonstrates information or an experiment that pertains to fish/animals, their habitat, protection or invasive species. 

 

Sponsored by: The City of Belleville and Veridian

Three Cash Awards

Eligibility:

         Grades 4-6

         Grades 7-8

          Grades 9-12

 

Hastings Stewardship Council Agricultural Award

 

Criteria and Description:  This award is given to a project that is related to agriculture.  (Resource management, land reclamation, phytoremediation, the improvement of plant growth, and dairy production, are just a few examples.)

Sponsored by:  The Hastings Stewardship Council

 

One Cash Award

Eligibility:  Grades 4-12

 

 

The EOWWA (H2O) Awards

Criteria and Description:  These awards are presented to water related projects, which encompass any aspect about water. (Water quality, conservation or a study in surface, drinking or waste water, are just a few examples.)

Sponsored by:  Eastern Ontario Water Works Association

Two Cash Awards (one for each age category listed below)

Grades 4-6

Grades 7-12

 

 

Quinte Conservation Authority Water Award

Criteria and Description:  This award is given to the project that best displays ways in which water or watersheds can be conserved, or protected.

Sponsored by: Quinte Conservation Authority

One Cash Award

Eligibility:  Gr. 7-12

 

The Albert College Engineering Award

 

Criteria and Description:  The Albert College Engineering award is given to a project in Grade 6 that demonstrates the best principles of engineering.  This includes: the design, building, use of engines, machines, structures, and being able to describe their importance.  

Sponsored by: Albert College

One Cash Award

Eligibility: Grade  6

 

The Albert College Earth/Life Sciences Award

Criteria and Description:  The Albert College Life/Earth Science award is given to a project in Grade 6 that demonstrates the best principles of  Life/Earth Science, including but not limited to: Behavioural, Botany, Microbiology, Zoology, Physiology, General Biology, Animal Behaviour or a project which deals with properties, origin, structure, composition or systems of the earth. 

Sponsored by: Albert College

One Cash Award

Eligibility: Grade  6

 

 

Best Innovation in the Use of Technology Award

Criteria and Description:  Presented to the project that displays the best innovative use of technology.  

Sponsored by: The Ontario Association of Certified Engineering Technicians and Technologists

One Cash Award with an OACETT plaque

 

Eligibility: Grades 4-12

 

Michel Sarrazin French Language Awards

Criteria and Description:  Presented to the Best projects from French Language schools in the following grade groups: Grades 4-5; 6; 7-8; 9-12

Sponsored by: French Canadian Association of Ontario = Regional Council

Prizes :5 cash prizes

Grade 4-5, 6, 7-8, 9-12, Immersion

 

Arlyne Gallespe Astronomy Prizes

Criteria and Description:  Presented to projects which display the best use of Astronomical Concepts    

Sponsored by: Royal Astronomical Society of Canada - Belleville Centre, Greg Lisk

Prizes to be announced and presented at Awards Ceremony...Great Prizes

 

EligibilityGrades 4-12

 

 

The Loyalist College Entrance Scholarship Award   

 

Sponsored by: Loyalist College - Senior Student

Criteria: The departments at Loyalist Collage will award a $1,000 admission scholarship to the most deserving senior project, as selected by the regional science fair organization. The intent of this award is to honour the top senior project and encourage the winner or winners to pursue college studies in health, sciences or technology.

 

This scholarship will be applied to the tuition fees when the student or students register at Loyalist College. In the case of a two-student project, each student will receive a $500 admission scholarship if they register in appropriate program at Loyalist College. This entrance scholarship is valid for two years from the time of the Science Fair.


 
$1000 Applied to First Year Tuition

 

 
 

 

 University of Ottawa Admission Scholarship  

 

Sponsored by: University of Ottawa - Senior Student

Criteria: The Faculties of Engineering, Science and Health Sciences at the University of Ottawa award a $1,000 admission scholarship to the most deserving senior project from each region, as selected by the regional science fair organization. The intent of this award is to honour the top senior project and encourage the winner or winners to pursue university studies in health, sciences or technology.

This scholarship will be applied to the tuition fees when the student or students register in an undergraduate program at the Faculties of Engineering, Science, or Health Sciences. In the case of a two-student project, each student will receive a $500 admission scholarship if they register in appropriate undergraduate programs at the University of Ottawa

 

$1000 Applied to First Year Tuition

The Cineplex Odeon and Quinte Mall Good Communicator Award

Criteria and Description:  Details to be updated

Sponsored by: Cineplex Odeon 

 

There are approximately 11 Theatre Passes   (6 prizes- two tickets each)

 

 

 

The Kiwanis Club of Belleville Canada-Wide Science Fair Award  (Grand) - Grades 7-12

Sponsored by: Belleville Kiwanis

Criteria: This criteria is based on the standards set down by the Canada-wide Science Fair and Youth Science Canada

Trip to Canada Wide Science Fair. Regina, Saskatchewan in May.. to compete at the national level. This prize is worth over $2000 per person and the participant is eligible to complete for many thousands of dollars worth of scholarships and cash.

 

 

 

 

 New handbook that must be read.v57 It will answer many of the questions that participants, teachers and parents wanted answered.  Participants Registration Manual

Remember to check all important dates and documents

 

   A new handbook for new Judges (Alpha version .18) to help you to work through the process thoroughly.

 Registration Procedure Document 2017

New E-Learning Videos

1. How to Login in as a         Teacher

2. Participant Login Help

3. How to Select the             Special Awards

4. How to Login in as a         Judge

 No Electrical outlets will be provided and you must follow guidelines on the use of any electricity.

  No Ingestion projects. CWSF has asked that you avoid starting any projects that involve the ingestion of anything. (human experiments)

  All animal experiments (vertebrate and non vertebrate)  need to be approved prior to being eligible for the science fair. 

 

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