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On Tuesday night, finalists and the official party (student observers, fair directors, and volunteers) took over Chase Field for the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair Night.
Attendees had the opportunity to relax at Chase Field, home of the Arizona Diamondbacks Major League Baseball team. Everyone received a ticket including $25 to spend at concession stands and gift shops throughout the stadium. In addition, students received a white Intel ISEF T-shirt and markers were provided so they could autograph each other’s shirts.
Besides watching the baseball game (a first for some of the finalists!), attendees had the opportunity to take photos and play arcade games such as Rock Band and Dance Dance Revolution in a special section reserved for Intel ISEF. Those attendees rooting for the home team left happy; the Diamondbacks won 2-0.
For more photos of this and other moments at Intel ISEF 2013, visit the Society's Facebook page!
Engaging in science research can impart a variety of skills—problem-solving, critical thinking, collaboration and effective communication, to name a few.
In 2003, we were being recruited to head up judging at Intel ISEF, which was being held in Phoenix two years later.