Tag Archives: STEM

Investing in Skills Development: Girls and Digital Literacy

This blog was posted on behalf of Renee Kuriyan, Intel’s Director of Social Impact. “We have access to thousands of bits of information, millions, but why memorize something that you can just look up in 3 seconds? No, you should … 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 >

Intel ISEF 2012

1,549 of the world’s most talented young scientists and engineers just spent the best week of their lives (so far!) at the Intel International Science & Engineering Fair.  Many of them are going home with one of hundreds of awards … 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 >

Greatness starts by doing the small things right

Across the globe, researchers, educators and organizations are studying the reasons behind declining degrees in STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) fields – and there is no shortage of data on “the problem.” However, it is extremely rare to find research or information … Read more >