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Symposia are an opportunity to share information with students, parents, 
teachers, fair directors, and faculty. Content is the view and responsibility of the 
presenter(s), not of Society for Science & the Public nor Intel.
Monday, May 9 
8:45 a.m.–9:45 a.m.  
Room: 409A
1–Empowering the Teaching Professional through Project Management Planning
Jennifer Carter, Director of Outreach, Society for Science & the Public
The teaching professional will be presented with the concepts of project management, 
emphasis on a comprehensive project management plan (PMP) for research programs. 
Teachers attending will gain a more complete understanding of the subject matter 
while developing essential 21st Century applied skills, such as incorporating new 
technologies, collaboration, communications and leadership.
Type: Presentation 
Audience: Fair Directors & Teachers
9:00 a.m.–10:30 a.m.  
Room: 411 (theatre)
2–E-Commerce: Taking Your Innovation to Market
Neelam Patel, The Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship, New York, NY
During this interactive session, students will have the opportunity to learn about how 
to market, promote, and sell their current innovation into the global market place.
Type: Workshop 
Audience: Students
9:30 a.m.–10:30 a.m.  
Room: 409B
3–Engage More Students in Science through Contextualized and Differentiated 
Programming and Assessment
Mia Sharma, International Grammar School, Australia
Learn to excite even the most disengaged students through contextualized and 
differentiated learning. Programs and assessments for 9th and 10th grade will be 
provided.
Type: Presentation 
Audience: Teachers
10:00 a.m.–11:00 a.m.  
Room: 409A
4–The SSP Fellows Application—101
Jennifer Carter, Director of Outreach, Society for Science & the Public, Washington, DC 
Are you new to the SSP Fellows application process? Fellows Application–101 will show 
you how to begin, some common hints for preparing your award proposal, and reasons 
why some proposals aren’t funded.
Type: Presentation 
Audience: Fair Directors & Teachers
11:00 a.m.–Noon  
Room: 409B
5–Digging Deeper into Your Data
Christopher J. Malone, Winona State University, Winona, MN
This presentation will help students, parents, and teachers identify what is gained 
when appropriate statistical analyses are done for science fair projects.
Type: Workshop 
Audience: Fair Directors, Teachers & Students
11:00 a.m.–Noon  
Room: 411 (theatre)
6–Judging at the Intel ISEF
Robert Yost, Volunteer Judging Ombudsman
Michele Glidden, Director, SSP Science Education Programs
Join us for a question-and-answer session about judging at Intel ISEF. Dr. Yost will 
explain his role to aid students during judging and provide a brief overview of the 
judging process for those new to the Intel ISEF.
Type: Presentation 
Audience: Fair Directors, Teachers & Students
Cancelled


 
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12:30 p.m.–2:00 p.m.  
Room: 411 (theatre)
7–Talking Science
Jack Franchetti, Jack Franchetti Communications, Inc.
A communications specialist teaches guiding principles and techniques to convey the 
science of your project in lay terms. Students consider this program helpful with the 
judging process, media interviews, and conversing with the public about their project.
Type: Presentation 
Audience: Fair Directors, Teachers & Students
1:00 p.m.–1:30 p.m.  
Room: 409A
8–Success with Science: A Peer-to-Peer Approach to High School Research
Shiv Gaglani, Harvard/Johns Hopkins Student
An Intel ISEF 2004–2006 participant enthusiastically champions peer-to-peer 
encouragement as a vital method to benefit individual students and, in turn, the 
economy and society.
Type: Presentation 
Audience: Fair Directors, Teachers & Students
1:30 p.m.–2:30 p.m.  
Room: 409B
9–Next-Generation Device Design–The Fuse Mobile Concept Phone
Andrew Hsu, Synaptics, Inc., Santa Clara, CA
A presentation on the design methodology used for the Fuse mobile concept phone, 
its technologies, and its impact on the mobile handset ecosystem.
Type: Presentation 
Audience: Teachers & Students
2:15 p.m.–3:15 p.m.  
Room: 409A
10–From Science to Science News: Writing about the Unknown
Tom Siegfried, Editor-in-Chief, Science News, Society for Science & the Public
Science News staff discuss decisions on which stories to write about, logistics behind 
reporting, and writing the news that appears online and in print.
Type: Presentation 
Audience: Teachers & Students
2:30 p.m.–4:00 p.m.  
Room: 411 (theatre)
11–Talking Science
Jack Franchetti, Jack Franchetti Communications, Inc.
A communications specialist teaches guiding principles and techniques to convey the 
science of your project in lay terms. Students consider this program helpful with the 
judging process, media interviews, and conversing with the public about their project.
Type: Presentation 
Audience: Fair Directors, Teachers & Students
Tuesday, May 10 
8:30 a.m.–10:00 a.m.  
Room: 411 (theatre)
12–Protecting Your Inventions
Markus Steiner, European Patent Office, Munich, Germany
Susan Anthony and James Housel, U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, Washington, DC
Introduction into the US and European Patent systems and how existing patent 
documentation can help inventors.
Type: Presentation 
Audience: Teachers & Students




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