Twenty-three Society for Science & the Public (Society) science fair alumni attended the sixth White House Science Fair on April 13. All 23 participated in at least one of the Society’s prestigious science education programs, which include the Intel Science Talent Search, the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair, and Broadcom MASTERS.
For the fifth year in a row, Science News, which is published by the Society for Science & the Public, has been honored with D.C. Science Writers Association Newsbrief awards.
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Chris RoDee has judged Chemistry projects as a Grand Award Judge for Society for Science & the Public's Intel ISEF competition.
Are you interested in helping to diversify STEM? Don't miss your chance to apply for an Advocate Grant. There's only one week left!
The Society's Advocate Grant program is designed to provide support to underrepresented and socioeconomically challenged students who have conducted scientific or engineering research projects, and encourage them to take the next step in the process by submitting their research to a scientific research competition.
Every year, thousands of individuals contribute their time and energy to the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair — as judges, interpreters, and event volunteers. Through generous donation of their own time, volunteers help the Society for Science & the Public inform, educate, and inspire.
Intel ISEF 2016 will be held May 8-13 in Phoenix, Arizona. Judges require a Ph.D. or Bachelor's and/or Masters' degree with six years experience. Interpreters and volunteers do not require scientific training.
BCMI delegates are building school servers, creating games, and studying for upcoming exams.
Steven Eastaugh’s 1970 Westinghouse Science Talent Search (STS) class had far fewer female finalists than 2016, which was the first year to have more female than male finalists. “I’m proud this year is the first year there are more women than men [finalists],” said Eastaugh, who was this year’s Science Talent Institute Alumni Speaker on March 10.