Tag Archives: science

How 10,000 Parents Will Inspire Future Scientists and Engineers

How can parents influence under-represented minorities to pursue or complete a STEM education? The fact is that while more students from all racial backgrounds are entering college with an interest in STEM, the vast majority of these students either complete … Read more >

Collaboration: The Heart of Scientific Discovery

 This post was written by Huihui “Angela” Fan (pictured, center), a winner at the 2012 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair. As part of her prize at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair, Angela received a trip in December … Read more >

Everyone loves science, right? Wrong.

This blog was posted on behalf of Kimberly Liss, who markets Intel’s citizenship efforts through social media and also manages marketing for the Intel Foundation and Intel Involved, the company’s signature volunteer program. Follow her on twitter @Kimpettinger and @intelinvolved. … Read more >

Prepare to be Inspired

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania will be ground zero this week if you want to meet the brightest and most aspirational young adult scientists on this planet! Yes, Pittsburgh is playing host to the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (Intel ISEF) – a global event … Read more >

Intel ISEF affiliated fairs arrive in Hanoi

This blog was posted on behalf of Jyoti Parikh, Intel’s Global Marketing Manager focused on Intel’s innovative solutions for education and empowerment of communities around the world. Since joining Intel in 1995, Jyoti has held several positions in marketing, finance … Read more >

Cheers and huzzahs! Some wonderful schools are getting it right – and Intel is celebrating their success

Wow. OK, so Walter Payton Preparatory High School of Chicago, Illinois, is the new Star Innovator – the tip top, best-of-the-best and most innovative math or science school in the US, as announced by yours truly at this evening’s 2010 … Read more >