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Menches Hamburger Challenge

NMOE Partners with the Burton Morgan Foundation to sponsor "Entrepreneur Challenge" for "Destination College" students at Menches Restaurant


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Micah Toll, a 2007 Inductee into the National Gallery for America's Young Inventors - shown here with part of his invention to house the homeless...


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Micah Toll

Grayson Rosenberger

Grayson Rosenberger, the 2007 winner of the Bubble Wrap Competition for Young Inventors featured in "Future CEO Stars"!


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First Lady Laura Bush meets with CCFF Executive Director Judith Shellenberger, Museum Announced

First Lady Laura Bush meets with Judith Shellenberger of the Christopher Columbus Fellowship Foundation to discuss Helping America's Youth, a nationwide effort, initiated by President George W. Bush and led by First Lady Laura Bush, to benefit children and teenagers. During the meeting, Judith was able to act on our behalf and announce the new National Museum of Education to the First Lady and provide her with literature describing our efforts. Read more here!

Visit www.helpingamericasyouth.gov

Stan Ovshinsky

Ovshinsky's Biography

STANFORD OVSHINSKY: THE 2007 KEYNOTE SPEAKER FOR THE NATIONAL GALLERY INDUCTION CEREMONY
Stan Ovshinsky, the CEO of ECD Ovonics, is a genius and pioneer in the field of alternative energy. His groundbreaking work in hydrogen and solar energy sources have shaped the study of and possibilities for reducing our dependence on fossil fuels. He holds the patent for the NiMH battery as well as 350 other inventions.

Read more about Mr. Ovshinsky and his inventions in the December 2, 2006 issue of Economist Magazine.

Thanks to all who attended -- your presence & your contribution are most appreciated. For more information about next year's event, call 330-376-8300.

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Freida J. Riley Teacher Award Announced in Ohio Schools Magazine

Look for a copy of this edition of Ohio Schools, and turn to page 9 to find the Freida J. Riley Teacher Award.

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'Greatest American Inventors' Show

Young Inventors Visit NBC Studios to be in the Audience of the show 'Greatest American' airing on the Discovery Channel.

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Inventucation CtrMuseum Launches Inventucation Centers

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ccfffMuseum Gratefully Recognizes Support of
the Christopher Columbus Fellowship Foundation...


Support gratefully accepted from the Christopher Columbus Fellowship Foundation.


Jimmy Neutron ContestYoung Geniuses Invent Their Way to Universal Orlando

Congratulations to the selected winners of Jimmy Neutron’s Nicktoon Blast “Generation Genius” Inventor contest.

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