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The Kilby International Champions of Creativity Broadcast
October 2, 2002

Kilby Laureates, guests, educators, and students gather after the October 2, 2002 Broadcast. Hailed as a "resounding success" by teachers and students from California and Texas, the recent Kilby Videobroadcast presented five Kilby International Laureates in an expanded version of its experimental pilot program to deliver Kilby Laureates as extraordinary role models for underserved students across the country. Photo credit: The Kilby Awards Foundation.

Victoria Downing, Chairman of the Kilby Awards Foundation, hosts an interactive discussion during the October 2, 2002 "International Champions of Creativity" broadcast in Dallas, Texas. Seated on-stage to Downing's left are Kilby Laureates Dr. Marc Hannah and Dr. Jaleh Daie, International Council member. Also visible on-screen and attending the broadcast via videoconference are (clockwise from upper right quadrant): Kilby Laureate & Rainforest Canopy expert, Dr. Margaret Lowman (in Sarasota, Florida), Kilby Laureate Dr. Mark Reed from Yale University, Kilby Laureate, student questioners from Texas area schools, and Dr. Susan Athey, from Stanford University. On the right of the stage are local students who are waiting to pose questions to the laureates. Photo credit: The Kilby Awards Foundation.

Jack St. Clair Kilby signs autographs for admiring students after the October 2, 2002 "International Champions of Creativity" broadcast in Dallas, Texas. Photo credit: The Kilby Awards Foundation.

Students and teachers meet the Nobel Laureate, Jack Kilby, Dr. Marc Hannah, Co Founder of Silicon Graphics, and and Victoria Downing, Chairman of the Kilby Foundation after the October 2,2002 "International Champions of Creativity" broadcast in Dallas, Texas. Photo credit: The Kilby Awards Foundation.

Kilby Laureate Dr. Marc Hannah visits with students after the October 2, 2002 "International Champions of Creativity" broadcast in Dallas, Texas. Hannah was acknowledged in 1995 with the Kilby Young Innovator Award for his innovative insight as a co-founder of Silicon Graphics and chief architect of the graphics subsystems for many of SGI's revolutionary workstations. Photo credit: The Kilby Awards Foundation.

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