A livestream of the Intel Science Talent Search Awards Gala will be available on Tuesday, March 11 starting at 7:35PM ET. Highlights will include keynote speaker Dr. Rajiv Shah, Administrator, United States Agency for International Development, “red carpet style” interviews with attendees, and the live announcement of the top ten winners of Intel STS 2014.
Schools and groups are encouaged to host viewing parties. If you do, please let us know. We'd love for you to share photos and other updates on social media, tagged #IntelSTS.
The Intel STS, a program of Society for Science & the Public, is the most prestigious science research competition for high school seniors in the United States. This year, the 40 Intel STS finalists will be competing for $630,000 in awards. Alumni of the event have gone on to win Nobel Prizes, National Medals of Science and Technology, and many more accolades.
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swivet, a web series featuring fictional high school students confronting everyday issues while using STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) concepts, filmed Broadcom MASTERS finalists interacting with their characters this September in Washington, DC. The episode will be aired in Spring 2014 as part of Season 2. Answers were provided by Scott May, Executive Director, ICPD and Executive Producer, swivet.
Volunteers are wanted for this year’s Intel ISEF competition in Los Angeles, California!
Between judging, interpreting, or helping out as a general event volunteer, there is always something to do to support science, technology, engineering, and math students during this week-long event.
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