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CSU faculty members judge, students interpret as ambassadors to world’s largest science fair

May 11, 2011

Category: News & Notes

More than 50 CSU faculty and students are serving as higher-education ambassadors Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF), the world’s largest international pre-college science competition, being held in Los Angeles this week:
  • About 20 students from seven CSU campuses are volunteer interpreters – in Spanish, Russian and Mandarin. Students from the CSU’s Math and Science Teacher Initiative (MSTI) are helping with the Inaugural Student Observer Caucus, a program for students to exchange ideas and network.
  • CSU faculty have been tapped to judge some of the ISEF projects, which were created by more than 1,500 high school students from more than 65 countries.
  • The Intel ISEF is a program of the Society for Science and the Public, a partner with the CSU in a service-learning in science, engineering, technology and mathematics.
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