Virtual Regeneron ISEF Day 4/5

The final two days of the Virtual Regeneron ISEF turned the focus to STEM education. Panels and discussions moderated by the Society team and featuring educators from our network provided timely, practical programming on science education, supporting underserved students and conducting research at home.

International Rules and Guidelines for Student Research 2021

Michele Glidden, Chief Program Officer, Society for Science & the Public, discusses international rules and guidelines for student research with Members of the ISEF Scientific Review Committee.

Research at Home – Life Science Edition

Moderated by Anna Rhymes, Science News in High Schools Program Manager, Society for Science & the Public

  • Bill Wallace, Ph.D., Georgetown Day School, Washington, DC
  • Tina Gibson, Ph.D., The Mississippi School for Math and Science, Columbus, MS

Behind the Curtain of Uncertainty: A Statistics Crash Course:

Moderated by Caitlin Sullivan, Director of Outreach & Equity, Society for Science & the Public

  • Paul Strode, Ph.D., Fairview High School, Boulder, CO

Research at Home – Big Data and Engineering Edition

Moderated by Anna Rhymes, Science News in High Schools Program Manager, Society for Science & the Public

  • David V. Black, New Haven School, Spanish Fork, UT
  • Vincent Joralemon, Frank McCourt High School, New York, NY
  • Special Guest: Michael Carapezza, Program Coordinator, Hk Maker Lab & NY Bioforce

Protecting Your Intellectual Property

Moderated by Caitlin Sullivan, Director of Outreach & Equity, Society for Science & the Public

  • Jorge Valdes, Ph.D., Education Program Advisor, United States Patent & Trademark Office
  • Juan Valentin, Education Program Advisor, United States Patent & Trademark Office

Inspiring Changemakers

Moderated by Alison Szopinski, Senior Director of Youth Initiatives, National Geographic Society

  • Kavita Gupta, National Geographic Educator of the Year and Teacher Fellow
  • Charu Gulati, National Geographic Certified Educator and Mentor

Inventing Tomorrow Q&A

Moderated by Karen Shelley, Director of Strategic Partnerships

  • Laura Nix, Director of Inventing Tomorrow
  • Jared Goodwin, finalist featured in the film
  • Nuha Anfaresi, finalist featured in the film

Apoyando Estudiantes en Investigaciónes de STEM

Moderated by Milena Acosta, Community Engagement Manager, Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County

  • Luz S. Carillo, MD, Northwest Early College High School, El Paso, TX
  • Celia Castellanos, Foshay Learning Center, Los Angeles, CA
  • Yajaira Torres – De Jesus, Ph.D., Colegio Rosa-Bell, Guaynabo, Puerto Rico

Supporting Rural and Native Students in Research

Moderated by Caitlin Sullivan, Director of Outreach & Equity, Society for Science & the Public

  • Cheyenne Branscum, Oklahoma Geo Team Coach, Shawnee, OK
  • Debbie Morgan, South Sevier High School, Monroe, UT

Supporting Underrepresented Students in Research

Moderated by Caitlin Sullivan, Director of Outreach & Equity, Society for Science & the Public

  • Priscilla Lumbreras, Granbury High School, Granbury, TX
  • Keri Meador, Central High School, Louisville, KY

Teaching Research for Students

Moderated by Anna Rhymes, Science News in High Schools Program Manager, Society for Science & the Public

  • Jennifer C. Claudio, Oak Grove High School, San Jose, CA
  • Amy Hammett, Maize High School, Maize, KS
  • Katy Gazda, Red Mountain High School, Mesa, AZ

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