WORKSHOP FOR SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY TEACHERS FOCUSED ON THE USE OF THE PA STATE LIBRARY/MAKER SPACE RESOURCES AND SCIENCE FAIR COMPETITIONS
SATURDAY NOVEMBER 12, 2016 8:00 am – 2:00 pm Cost $20.00 (includes lunch)
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All photos are posted to Casef Facebook page! Check it out!
The Awards (link on right) with all Category awards and Special awards are currently posted!
Check under the Links for Broadcom Masters Nominees AND click this Broadcom link for directions! Good luck!
Facebook has everyone’s project photo posted. ( I apologize, if I missed one).
Congratulations! Best of luck at ISEF May 8-13 in Phoenix, Arizonia!
Wesley Sheker, Pia Alderman
Harrisburg Academy Trinity High School
Alan Hwang Alternate, Maggie Wu
Hershey High School Hershey High School
Clayton Hillson – Delone Catholic “Parental Attitude and Childhood Obesity”
Erica Wang – Hershey High School “Fine-grained Crowd Selection for Mobile Crowd Sensing”
Kim Dudding – Trinity High School “Keeping and “Ion” Roundup
Alternate Grand Champion – Maggie Wu – Hershey High School “Detection of Free Radicals”
Wesley Sheker – Harrisburg Academy “Methylococcus capsulatus in a Bioreactor”
Alan Hwang – Hershey High School “iOS App: Enable an Arduino Controlled 3-D Printer Hand
Pia Alderman – Trinity High School “ Effect of Infrared/UV Light on Dugesia tigrina Regeneration
Jaime Carson – St. Joseph School Mechanicsburg “The Cricket is the Ticket”
Megan Gouldy – St. Joseph School Mechanicsburg “What Dirty Little Secrets is Your Toothbrush Hiding?”
Second Runner-up: Megean Siedlecki – Good Shepherd School “Solar Fire”
First Runner-up: Megan Holtzinger – Bermudian Spring Middle School “Jack and the Beanstalk”
Grand Champion: Jack Drda – Camp Hill Middle/High School “How Does the Quality of Local Bodies of Water Affect Algal Growth?”
The 59th Capital Area Science & Engineering Fair Awards Ceremony will begin at 6:45 pm. Feb. 26, 2016.
Science fair projects will be open to the public from noon to the end of the ceremony tonight. Students will be at their projects from 5:30 pm to the start of the awards program. Brett Thackara from WHTM Channel 27 will be our host for tonight. Join us in celebrating our own students in the pursuit of STEM research.
Thank you to our sponsors, special awards donations and scholarships being provided for tonight’s awards which will exceed $ 1 million in scholarships, awards and prizes. Please join us in this celebration!