2007 ISA International Student Games Results
Twelve teams from eight ISA Districts and the Latin America Region competed on 2 October for Bronze, Silver, and Gold medals in the 2007 Student Games in Houston. The competitors were from:
Latin America Region
*First time participant
Everyone worked really hard:
Gold—British Columbia Institute of Technology
Silver—Northwest Iowa Community College
2007 marked the third year of the all-practical problems format for the Student Games. Problem developers worked hard to produce an interesting, challenging, fair, and fun competition. Every effort was made to produce a quality, signature event that will command your enthusiastic support—and evaluations indicate a huge success.
Honors and Awards Banquet
Not only did the teams attend the Monday night Honors and Awards Banquet, they followed the award recipients in the opening procession carrying flags representing countries where ISA has chartered Sections. Special note was made that today’s students are tomorrow’s leaders in automation. The applause was long and loud!
And a lot of fun was had at YAPFest:
KUDOS to Sponsors
Competition Gift Sponsor
Looking to 2008
Selection of teams for the International Student Games happens at the District level. To find out how your District identifies its team, contact your District Vice President and learn how your school can be considered to represent your District in the 2008 Games in Houston next October.
If your school did not compete at the District or International level of the Games this year, you missed a great opportunity to expand your knowledge and your network. This was an enjoyable event, but also an intellectually rewarding activity. Don't let 2008 slip by without your involvement.
Are you more interested in a support role for the Games? Contact Laura Crumpler at ISA. Phone: 919-990-9232 or e-mail email@example.com. Hope to see you in Houston next year.