This week, the Canada-Wide Science Fair (CWSF) was held in Lethbridge, and I had the very good fortune to be asked to serve as Deputy Chief Judge. It was what you might call “fun work”. A lot of late nights, but a huge reward at the end when it became clear that we had run a smooth event and that everyone, judges and finalists alike, were leaving the judging floor happy. A lot of the credit for that has to go to the long-term CWSF organizers, a group of veteran judges who call themselves the CWSF Judging Advisory Panel. These folks really know how to run a large-scale Science Fair!
Other people did most of the media work, but I was asked to do one interview today by the local CTV station. Here is the news item that resulted from that interview: