from around the state were among the awards winners at the 54th Intel
International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) held in Cleveland,
Ohio, May 11-17, 2003. Below is a listing of the award winners and their
The Intel International
Science and Engineering Fair (Intel ISEF), the world's largest pre-college
science fair, brings together more than 1,200 of the most curious and
capable young science pioneers from more than 40 countries to share
ideas, showcase cutting-edge science and compete for over $3 million
in awards and scholarships. The Intel ISEF is the world's only international
science fair representing all sciences for students in grades 9 through
12. The ISEF has been coordinated for 54 years by Science Service, Inc.,
one of the most respected nonprofit organizations advancing the cause
of science. In its sixth year as the title sponsor, Intel Corporation
has committed millions to developing and promoting this competition.
In addition, each year a volunteer committee representing the host community
raises thousands of dollars to provide the exhibit space, support the
hundreds of judges, and provide for special events that are held throughout
the week-long event.
Adam Sidman from
Colorado Springs, CO won $1,500 (2nd Place) in Engineering. Adam took
3rd in Engineering at CSEF.
Craig Wright from
Akron, CO won $1,500 (2nd Place) in Engineering. Craig took 2nd in Engineering
Robert Ussery from
Fort Collins, CO won $1,500 (2nd Place) in Engineering. Robert took
1st in Engineering at CSEF.
from Louisville, CO won $1,000 (3rd Place) in Environmental Sciences.
Katherine took 2nd in Environmental Sciences at CSEF.
from Monte Vista, CO won $1,000 (3rd Place) in Botany. Heather took
3rd in Botany at CSEF.
Raymund To and David Pothier from Boulder, CO won $1,500 (3rd Place)
in the team category. Andrew, Raymund and David took 1st in Teams at
Lauren Smith from
Colorado Springs, CO won $500 (4th Place) in Botany. Lauren took 1st
in Botany at CSEF.
from Brush, CO won $500 (4th Place) in Chemistry. Adam took 2nd in Chemistry
from Brush, CO won $100 from the American Chemical Society (4th place).
Camley from Colorado Springs, CO won $500 from the American Association
for Artificial Intelligence.
Diane Gumina from
Sterling, CO won a $20,000 scholarship ($5,000 per year for four years)
from Indiana University.
Raymund To, and David Pothier from Boulder, CO won $1,000 from the American
Mathematical Society (1st place).
Lauren Smith from
Colorado Springs, CO won $1,000 from the American Phytopathological
Society (1st place).