The officers and directors are proud of Argonauta Scholar Luke Long. Luke was awarded First Place at the International Science Fair in Pittsburgh.👏🏼Congratulations Luke Long (MCRO006) from #EdisonFairs @canterburyftmy, 2018 #IntelISEF 🥇1st Place-Biological Sciences in Microbiology! Go Thomas! Watt!💡Watt!💡 ...
The Scholarship Committee of Earth Shine Institute were pleased and honored to name two new Argonauta Scholars at the Awards Ceremony of the Thomas A Edison Regional Science and Engineering Fair last evening. Congratulations Luke Long and Lily Martin.
THE EARTH SHINE INSTITUTE IS A NOT-FOR-PROFIT 501(C)(3) ORGANIZATION BASED IN FLORIDA.
It presents educational and cultural programs to further the shared vision of Charles A. and Anne Morrow Lindbergh of a balance between the technological advancements they helped pioneer and the natural environment they cherished. The Institute was originally founded in 2002 as a supporting organization of The Charles A. and Anne Morrow Lindbergh Foundation of Anoka, Minnesota.
Because of the ongoing success of the Earth Shine Institute programs including: the Lindbergh Symposium; the Argonauta Scholars Program in Science; and the Tellina Scholars Program in Poetry, the Institute became its own 501 (c) (3 ) organization in 2008.
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