MOST announces science fair award winners

Sunday, March 27, the Milton J. Rubenstein Museum of Science & Technology hosted the 31st annual Greater Syracuse Scholastic Science Fair. The fair showcases science projects from participants in 5th through 12th grades. Participants in the fair compete for over 30 prizes including tuition scholarships, cash prizes and the chance to advance to the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair held in May in Los Angeles, California. The Greater Syracuse Scholastic Fair is organized by the MOST and sponsored by Lockheed Martin. Other sponsors include Time Warner Cable, HSBC Bank, TACNY, Bristol Myers Squibb, and Syracuse Research Corporation.

2011 GSSSF Award Winners

Senior Level Highest Honors and invitations to the International and Scholastic & Engineering Fair

First Place:

Mishka Gadwani, Grade 11, and Kunal Sangani, Grade 12, Fayetteville-Manlius Senior High School, for their project entitled: The Effect of Ocean Acidification and Oil Spills on Emiliania Huxleyi Transparent Exopolymer Particles

Second Place:

Kenneth Magwood, Grade 11, Syracuse Academy of Science, for his project entitled: Remediation of Toxic Metal Contaminated Soil Longterm Effectiveness of Fishbone Apatite Amendment

Senior Level High Honors and qualification for NYS Science Congress

Dalton Ackerman. Grade 10, Syracuse Academy of Science

Jasmin Eatman, Grade 10, Syracuse Academy of Science

Hannah Valentino, Grade 11, Homeschool

Senior Level Honors

Shaughnessy Jones, Grade 9, Henninger High School

Kelly McKenna, Grade 12, Homer Senior High School

Kory Pierre, Grade 11, Syracuse Academy of Science

Kyrin Pollock, Grade 9, Jamesville-Dewitt High School

Alperen Sirin, Grade 9, Syracuse Academy of Science

Joshua Turnquest, Grade 11, Syracuse Academy of Science

8th Grade Level Highest Honors

Shannon Cahalan, Camillus Middle School

Olivia Sheppard, Manlius-Pebble Hill School

8th Grade Level High Honors

Lisa Church, Baldwinsville Christian Academy

Meghan Metcalf, Baldwinsville Christian Academy

Elizabeth Clarkson, Manlius-Pebble Hill School

Emerson Czwerwinski-Burkard, Manlius-Pebble Hill School

Matthew Hinshaw, Manlius-Pebble Hill School

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