Each year, area elementary schools are invited to Johns Hopkins to participate in the Community Science Fair. Each school is allowed to submit three projects for judging by Johns Hopkins faculty and staff, BCPS's administrative staff, and a special guest judge. First, second and third place prizes are awarded based on projects that exemplify ingenuity, clarity and presentation using the scientific method criteria.
Guest speakers at the event included Dr. Deidra Crews (Chair, Department of Medicine Diversity Council, Johns Hopkins Bayview), James Page (Vice President & Chief Diversity Officer, Johns Hopkins Medicine), Ashley Llorens (Senior Staff Electrical Engineer and Project Manager, Force Projection Sector, Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory) and Edward McKay (Senior Operating Room Technician, Johns Hopkins Hospital).
BCP would like to thank Johns Hopkins Medicine East Baltimore Community Affairs for providing this wonderful opportunity for our students. For more information about the Community Science Education Program visit: http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/ebcommunityaffairs/csep.html