Call for Judges
The Technology Symposium is more than simply a way to showcase UTC's student research and projects, we want this to be an event that is open to the community for many different ages and education levels.
We would like to invite the Chattanooga area community to help with judging this year's virtual Technology Symposium. The best part is you can do it from wherever you are and can easily remain socially distanced yet interact with innovative members of our town.
How you can help
We are asking for your help and to be a part of this community by becoming a judge. We need people from all backgrounds and specialties to help judge projects.
Technology for Judging
You can use your phone to access a web-based application for judging, or use one of our iPads. We will use the library’s wifi. Prior to judging, we will send you instructions to create a unique log-in to access the judging application. Trust us, it’s easy! We’ll have help available for any technology issues.
The Judging Experience
On the day of the event, simply login and follow the instruction for the web-based application, and the 5-7 projects assigned to you. The floorplan will make it easy to find your projects. For each project, you will use the online rubric to rate the project in seven categories. Students will be available in a Zoom meeting room during the judging time period to present their findings and answer any questions. Every project will have 3-5 judges.
Are you ready?
Please consider volunteering an hour of your time to be a judge at the Technology Symposium. If you are ready, please fill out the form below.
For questions, contact Sara Jackson in the UTC College of Engineering and Computer Science Dean's office at 423-425-2256 or [email protected]