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SSP Launches New Science Education Blog

9:30am, October 10, 2013
SSP recently launched Eureka! Lab, a new science education blog for students, parents, and educators. Eureka! Lab is part of “Student Science,” a new part of the Society for Science & the Public’s website that includes information on our educational competitions, resources, and the recently renamed Science News for Students online publication.
Why Eureka!Lab?

SSP Reaches Out to Local Students and Teachers

9:03am, October 2, 2013

On Saturday, September 28, hundreds of people came out to meet the finalists of the Broadcom MASTERS. Visitors had the chance to meet each of the finalists and discuss the projects that qualified them as one of the 30 finalists in this national STEM competition for middle school students.

Naomi Shah, Intel STS and Intel ISEF Finalist, Encourages Girls in STEM

5:29am, July 3, 2013

Naomi Shah, Intel Science Talent Search (Intel STS) 2013 finalist, and most recently, Best of Category Winner in Environmental Science at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (Intel ISEF) 2013, recently had the opportunity to attend the ITU Tech Needs Girls conference in Brussels, Belgium.

SSP Showcases Resources for Educators at NSTA Conference

5:33am, June 13, 2013

Michele Glidden, Director of Science Education Programs; Janet Raloff, Senior Editor, Science News for Kids; Sharon Snyder, Manager of International Fairs and Volunteer Recruitment; and Caitlin Sullivan, Intel Science Talent Search Program Manager recently attended the National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) annual conference in San Antonio, Texas.

Open Access to Research Vital to Student Success

9:49am, June 11, 2013

Jack Andraka was the 2012 Gordon E. Moore award winner at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair. In this video, created by the Right to Research Coalition, Jack speaks with Dr.


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