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Intel ISEF 2014 Special Awards Organization Profile

 

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Alcoa Foundation

Website:
http://www.alcoa.com/global/en/community/foundation/info_page/about_overview.asp

 

Alcoa Foundation is one of the largest corporate foundations in the U.S., with assets of approximately $446 million. Founded 60 years ago, Alcoa Foundation has invested more than $550 million since 1952. Alcoa and Alcoa Foundation have contributed $38 million to nonprofit organizations throughout the world, focusing on Environment and Education. Through this work, Alcoa Foundation is building innovative partnerships, engaging its people to improve the environment and educating tomorrow's leaders.

 

Why We Participate

The work of Alcoa Foundation is further enhanced by Alcoa's thousands of employee volunteers, who in 2011 contributed more than 900,000 service hours‚ the equivalent of more than 475 people working full-time for a year. In 2012, a record 60 percent of Alcoa employees participated in the company's signature Month of Service across 24 countries.

 

 

2014 Awards Offered

The Future of Transportation, First Award of $2,500

The Future of Transportation, First Award of $2,500

Assembly and Joining in the 21st Century, First Award $2,500

Assembly and Joining in the 21st Century, First Award $2,500

The Future of Transportation, Second Award of $1,500

The Future of Transportation, Second Award of $1,500

Assembly and Joining in the 21st Century, Second Award $1,500

Assembly and Joining in the 21st Century, Second Award $1,500

The Future of Transportation, Third Award $1,000

The Future of Transportation, Third Award $1,000

Assembly and Joining in the 21st Century, Third Award of $1,000

Assembly and Joining in the 21st Century, Third Award of $1,000

 

Intel ISEF 2014 Awards

The Future of Transportation, First Award of $2,500

Alexander Beall

Electromagnetic Tire Propulsion System

 

Assembly and Joining in the 21st Century, First Award $2,500

Danika Louw

Breaking Point

 

The Future of Transportation, Second Award of $1,500

Judah Brooks

Moises Diaz

Flexible Shape Changing (Morphing) Wing

 

Assembly and Joining in the 21st Century, Second Award $1,500

Ethan Anderson

Unlock Anywhere

 

The Future of Transportation, Third Award $1,000

Sarah Hancock

Kate Rutherford

Holes Can Lift: A Continuing Study of the Separation Effects of Airfoil Slots

 

Assembly and Joining in the 21st Century, Third Award of $1,000

Burhan Azeem

Deposition of Carbon on Copper Wire: A New Process for the Fabrication of Carbon Microtubes

 

 

Picture of 2014 Award Winners

 

SAO Updates

Alcoa Foundation Focuses on Sustainability at Intel ISEF 2012

 
   
 

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