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European Intel ISEF alumni network takes shape

Carolin Lachner from Loerrach, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany won a Second Award in Physics and Astronomy at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (Intel ISEF) 2012. Carolin, now studying electrical engineering at the Technical University of Munich, is also now handling communication affairs for the recently formed European Intel ISEF Alumni Network.

Read more from Carolin on our Doing Science blog!

GoDaddy Provides Awards at Intel ISEF

8:30am, December 5, 2013

GoDaddy is one of approximately 70 organizations that offered Special Awards at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (Intel ISEF) in 2013. Special Award organizations select their own judges and criteria for determining winners. Intel ISEF 2013 was the first time GoDaddy sponsored awards at Intel ISEF.

Ben Hylak, Broadcom MASTERS Alum, Writes Science Fiction Story for Tomorrow Project Anthology

8:30am, December 1, 2013

Benjamin Hylak won 2nd place in the 2011 Broadcom MASTERS and his science fiction story, “Bread,” was recently featured in a Tomorrow Project anthology. Have your own science fiction ideas? Individuals worldwide between 13-25 can enter The Future: Powered by Fiction through December 31, 2013.

Hear What Judges Have to Say About Intel ISEF

10:04am, January 10, 2014

The Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (Intel ISEF) is the world’s largest international pre-college science competition. More than 1,000 judges are needed in order to review projects from the more than 1,600 finalists who will travel from around the world to compete at Intel ISEF in Los Angeles this May.

Research Students Raise Sea Bass to Release in the Wild

8:30am, November 26, 2013

Anne Artz, a 2010 SSP Fellow, is on leave from her teaching duties in Advanced Biology, AP Biology, and AP Environmental Science at the Pruess School, located on the campus of the University of California, San Diego this year as she serves as an Albert Einstein Fellow representing and promoting STEM education. Below she provides an update on what research students at her school are now working on- raising sea bass to be released into the wild.

SSP Named 4-Star Charity for 2014

2:09pm, November 15, 2013

This November, SSP received a 4-star ranking from Charity Navigator for the fourth consecutive year. Rankings are based on an evaluation of fiscal management, accountability, and transparency. SSP is one of only 6% of charities to receive this top ranking for four or more consecutive years.


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