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Michele Glidden

Michele Glidden is the Chief of Science Education Programs at the Society. She began working at the Society in 1997.

Michele has a M.S. in Journalism from Ohio University and a B.A. in English with teacher certifications from Florida State University. Her interest in science education began as a student worker in the Office of Science Teaching Activities at FSU where she helped manage the Young Scholars Program — a competitive residential six-week summer research experience for high school students.

Contact Michele if you have a question or concern about any of the education programs, but most especially about judging at Intel ISEF, the International Rules, and SRC processes and the science fair standards.