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SSP alumni showcased and celebrated at the 5th White House Science Fair

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In a few short days, the SSP alumni from all three of our programs got to know each other well. From left to right: Nikhil Behari, Nathan Han, Kelly Charley, Anvita Gupta, Harry Paul, and Holly Jackson. 

Eleven Society for Science & the Public alumni filled the  5th White House Science Fair with their inspiring research this past Monday, March 23. President Obama spoke with many of them, expressing pride for the hard work and brilliant innovations our alumni have created. 

Here are some fun photos from the day: 

  

4:06pm, March 23, 2015

“This is the fifth White House science fair and every year I walk out smarter than when I came in," President Obama said in his final remarks at the White House Science Fair. 

3:52pm, March 17, 2015

After a whirlwind week full of judging, presenting their projects, and networking with some of the brightest researchers in the country, the Intel Science Talent Search finalists were on their way to the Awards Gala. Check out some of our photos from the event below:

9:20pm, March 10, 2015

Noah Golowich, Andrew Jin and Michael Hofmann Winer each received first-place awards of $150,000 at the Intel Science Talent Search 2015, a program of Society for Science & the Public.

Noah Golowich, 17, of Lexington, Mass. won the Medal of Distinction for Basic Research, for developing a proof in the area of Ramsey theory, a field of mathematics based on finding types of structure in large and complicated systems.

8:18pm, March 9, 2015

The Intel Science Talent Search Public Exhibition of Projects 2015 was a hit! The finalists enjoyed sharing their hard work and knowledge with a large crowd of eager visitors, young and old. Here's a look at some snapshots of the finalists throughout the busy day.  

12:12pm, March 9, 2015

In 74 years, the Science Talent Search has accrued many exceptional alumni. This year, SSP invited the alumni for a private reception during the Intel Science Talent Search Public Exhibition of Projects.

The alumni were able to enter the exhibition hall early to speak with the finalists. Later, they gathered for a reception full of bright company, good wine, and delicious appetizers. 

3:43pm, March 8, 2015

At 1 pm, SSP and Intel opened the doors to the public for the Intel Science Talent Search Public Exhibition of Projects, held at the National Geographic Society. 

1:54pm, March 6, 2015

Not even the weather could keep the Intel Science Talent Search finalists from making their way to icy Washington, DC for the annual competition. 

8:33am, March 5, 2015

The 40 Intel Science Talent Search (Intel STS) 2015 finalists are presenting their research at the National Geographic Society in downtown Washington, D.C. this Sunday.

All attendees should remember to sign up for a free three-month digital subscription to Science News, a SSP publication, and a special perk available only at this event to thank the public for joining SSP and Intel in supporting the Intel STS finalists. 

2:13pm, March 2, 2015

Alex Kendrick, a senior physics major at Harvey Mudd College in Claremont, CA and his younger brother Cole, a junior at Los Alamos High School, are alumni of several Society for Science and the Public programs. Alex participated in the Discovery Channel Young Scientist Challenge in 2006 and 2007, as well as Intel ISEF 2009 - 2011.

3:45am, February 25, 2015

Denise Gardner was a finalist in the 2003 Intel ISEF. At the fair, she presented her research on red wine color stability. Fermented grapes have taken Gardner’s career a long way, from Napa Valley to Penn State.

Check out the SSP blog post on why Gardner credits Intel ISEF for much of her professional growth, and will be giving back at the upcoming Intel ISEF in Pittsburgh this May.

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