Team Projects

Team Projects

  • Team projects are accepted from both senior and junior division participants.
  • Team projects compete against other individual projects within appropriate subject categories.
  • Team project research may be in any of the 15 other CASEF scientific categories.
  • Teams may consist of up to three members. Teams may not have more than the maximum number of members and then eliminate members to qualify for CASEF.
  • A team project cannot be converted to an individual project and a new team member may not be added; however, two original junior division team members may continue if the third member no longer participates.
  • Each team should appoint a team leader to coordinate the work and act as spokesperson; however, each team member must be able to serve as spokesperson, be fully involved in the project, and be familiar with all aspects of the project.
  • The final work must reflect the coordinated efforts of all team members and will be evaluated using the same rules and similar judging criteria as the other 15 categories.
    Each team member must submit an individual entry form. Team members must jointly submit one Exhibit/identification/project abstract form, student and adult checklist forms and any other required certification.