Intel Science Talent Search
Keith Winstein won 3rd place in the 1999 Intel Science Talent Search. Keith went on to work as a staff reporter for The Wall Street Journal and is now back at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology pursuing his PhD. Below he gives tips to young student researchers about communicating with the media.
SSP Alumnus Shari-Lynn Odzer, who participated in both the Science Talent Search and the International Science and Engineering Fair (now both sponsored by Intel) while in high school, describes her experiences participating in science education competitions and how that impacted her current career as a physician.
Twelve of the 22 young people recognized at an October 4th reception honoring the 2012 Davidson Fellows Scholarship recipients were alumni of Society for Science & the Public educational programs.
Jeanette Epps, NASA Astronaut and Grand Awards judge at Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (Intel ISEF), discusses the judging process and the importance of students participating in science. Interested in becoming a judge for Intel ISEF 2013 or other Society for Science & the Public programs?