STUDENTS TAKE AWARDS AT THE INTEL INTERNATIONAL SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING
from around the state were among the awards winners at the 58th Intel
International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) held in Albuquerque,
NM May 13 - 18, 2007. 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 1,500 of the most curious and
capable young science pioneers from 50 countries to share ideas, showcase
cutting-edge science and compete for over $4 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 58 years by Science Service, Inc., one of the most respected
nonprofit organizations advancing the cause of science. In its eleventh
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
D J Horton from
Crawford, CO won $1,500 (2nd Place) in Animal Sciences. DJ took 1st
Place in Animal Sciences at CSEF.
from Branson, CO won $1,000 (3rd Place) in Plant Sciences. Kaitlyn took
1st in Plant Sciences at CSEF.
Eric Keeling from
La Veta, CO won $1,000 (3rd Place) in Environmental Sciences. Eric took
1st in Environmental Sciences at CSEF.
Cameron Kruse from
Colorado Springs, CO won $1,000 (3rd Place) in Engineering. Cameron
took 2nd in Engineering at CSEF.
from Boulder, CO won $500 (4th Place) in Physics. Atticus took 1st in
Physics at CSEF and was the 2nd Place Best Individual Project winner
Matt Wenger from
Colorado Springs, CO won $500 (4th Place) in Physics. Matt took 3rd
Place in Physics at CSEF.
Katlin Hornig from
Monte Vista, CO won $500 (4th place) in Animal Sciences. Katlin took
3rd Place in Animal Sciences at CSEF.
Bergman from Boulder, CO won $800 (2nd Place), a one-year AAPT and APS
student membership, a certificate from both AAPT and APS, as well as
subscriptions to AAPT "The Physics Teacher" Journal and other
APS journals from the American Association of Physics Teachers and the
American Physical Society.
Horton from Crawford, CO won a scholarship in the amount of $25,000
that can be used at a university of his choosing from Ricoh.
Kruse from Colorado Springs, CO won a 6-8 week paid intership from Agilent
Technologies. Cameron also won $150 (2nd Place) from the Patent and
Trademark Office Society.
Petach from Boulder, CO won $700 (2nd Place), a t-shirt and a one-year
membership in the APS from the American Phytopathological Society.
Sachter-Smith from Nederland, CO won $250 (3rd Place), one-year subscription
to ASHS's "HortScience" and "Hort Technology" and
a mounted certificate from the American Society for Horticultural Science.
Schnaderbeck from Monte Vista, CO won $700 (2nd Place) and a plaque
from the American Veterinary Medical Association.
Hornig from Monte Vista, CO won three $1,000 US savings bonds, $300
cash, a gold medallion, a certificate and an all expense paid trip to
Operation Cherry Blossom in Tokyo, Japan from the United States Army.
Horton from Crawford, CO won $1,500 (2nd Place) from the United States
Lingus from Branson, CO won three $1,000 US savings bonds and is the
alternate to attend Operation Cherry Blossom in Tokyo, Japan.
Oden from Monte Vista, CO won $1,500 (2nd Place) from the United States
Air Force. Chelsea also won three $1,000 US savings bonds from the United
Schnaderbeck from Monte Vista, CO won an $8,000 scholarship from the
Office of Naval Research on behalf of the U S Navy and Marine Corps.