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CCSD students shine at Colorado Science and Engineering Fair

Congratulations to the Cherry Creek School District students who took part in the 2014 Colorado Science and Engineering Fair (CSEF), held April 10-12 in Fort Collins. There were entries from 250 students in sixth through 12th grade. CCSD students received several awards:

Grand Awards

Junior Division Animal Sciences

Fourth Place

Deron Craig 6th grade - Liberty Middle School Aurora

Repelling Crickets

Senior Division Animal Sciences

Fourth Place

Apoorva Krishnan 10th grade - Cherry Creek High School Greenwood Village

The Effects of Dietary Habits and Environmental Conditions on Health Factors in Golden Retrievers

Senior Division Behavioral & Social Sciences

Second Place

Keerti Vajrala 10th grade - Cherry Creek High School Greenwood Village

Areefa Rahman 10th grade - Cherry Creek High School Greenwood Village

Linguistic Acumen in Children the Ability to Interpret and Comprehend a Foreign Language

Senior Division Energy & Transportation

Fourth Place

Michael Brady 12th grade - Cherry Creek High School Greenwood Village

Effects of Scaling a Microbial Fuel Cell

Junior Division Engineering

Honorable Mention

Isabel Dalmer 6th grade - Liberty Middle School Aurora

Strong Box, Weak Box

Junior Division Environmental Sciences

First Place

Hari Sowrirajan 8th grade - Cherry Creek Challenge School Denver

Soak Up the Sun: Using Nanoparticles to Catalyze Water Vaporization

Honorable Mention

Lilly Penaloza 8th grade - Cherry Creek Challenge School Denver

Kyndall Hadley 8th grade - Cherry Creek Challenge School Denver

How Does Precipitation Affect Creek WQI?

Senior Division Environmental Sciences

Honorable Mention

Rahul Ramesh 9th grade - Cherry Creek High School Greenwood Village

Studying the Impact of Algal and Cyanobacterial Photosynthesis on the Efficiency of a MDFC

Junior Division Mathematics & Computer Sciences

Second Place

Anjalie Kini 7th grade - Cherry Creek Challenge School Denver

Experimenting with Cryptographic Algorithms

Fourth Place

Aditya Kumar 8th grade - Cherry Creek Challenge School Denver

Developing a Speech Recognition Program for Accents

Senior Division Mathematics & Computer Sciences

Second Place

Jacob Imola 12th grade - Cherry Creek High School Greenwood Village

Jordan Crawford 12th grade - Cherry Creek High School Greenwood Village

A Wheely Hard Problem: Finding a Non-intersecting, Closed Path Tangent to a Given Set of

Junior Division Medicine & Health

First Place

Edwin Bodoni 7th grade - Cherry Creek Challenge School Denver

Preventative Listerine vs Oral Bacteria Team

Senior Division Medicine & Health

Third Place

Alison Weinberger 10th grade - Cherry Creek High School Greenwood Village

Is Homeopathy More Than a Placebo? Assessing Homeopathic Principles in a Male Fruit Fly Model

 

Special Awards

Colorado Science and Engineering Fair

United States Air Force, certificate, laptop backback, rotating flash drive, set of traveling ear buds, 4-port hub

Ihana Mazezka 8th grade - Cherry Creek Challenge School Denver

Extracting Water on Mars

American Vacuum Society - Rocky Mountain Chapter, $50, $50 to sponsor

Isabel Dalmer 6th grade - Liberty Middle School Aurora

Colorado Dental Association, $100

Edwin Bodoni 7th grade - Cherry Creek Challenge School Denver

Preventative Listerine vs Oral Bacteria Team

Colorado Veterinary Medical Association (CVMA) & CVMA Auxiliary

Veterinary Science Award, $50 from CVMA, $50 from CVMA Auxiliary, certificate

Apoorva Krishnan 10th grade - Cherry Creek High School Greenwood Village

The Effects of Dietary Habits and Environmental Conditions on Health Factors in Golden Retrievers

Lockheed Martin, $50

Hari Sowrirajan 8th grade - Cherry Creek Challenge School Denver

Soak Up the Sun: Using Nanoparticles to Catalyze Water Vaporization

Penny Propst

Moving Science Forward Award, $1,000 scholarship

Alison Weinberger 10th grade - Cherry Creek High School Greenwood Village

Is Homeopathy More Than a Placebo? Assessing Homeopathic Principles in a Male Fruit Fly Model

SACNAS, Colorado State University Chapter

Rising Young Scientist Award, $50

Sakthi Asokan 6th grade - Liberty Middle School Aurora

Oreo Theory-O

SPIE-The International Society for Optics and Photonics

SPIE Optics and Photonics Science Fair Award, $100

Hari Sowrirajan 8th grade - Cherry Creek Challenge School Denver

Soak Up the Sun: Using Nanoparticles to Catalyze Water Vaporization

University of Colorado - Anschutz Medical Campus

Medical Scientist Training Program Award, $50

Alison Weinberger 10th grade - Cherry Creek High School Greenwood Village

Is Homeopathy More Than a Placebo? Assessing Homeopathic Principles in a Male Fruit Fly Model

Scholarships

Colorado School of Mines

Sanjna Bhartiya 11th grade - Cherry Creek High School Greenwood Village

$1,000 tuition scholarship, renewable for up to 3-additional years for use toward an undergraduate degree at CSM

Effects of Various Soil Types as a Buffer to Excess Nutrients in Runoff Water

Broadcom MASTERS

National Middle School Science & Engineering Fair

Competition Nomination to the 2014 Broadcom MASTERS competition

Hari Sowrirajan 8th grade - Cherry Creek Challenge School Denver

Soak Up the Sun: Using Nanoparticles to Catalyze Water Vaporization

Edwin Bodoni 7th grade -  Cherry Creek Challenge School Denver

Preventative Listerine vs Oral Bacteria Team

Anjalie Kini 7th grade - Cherry Creek Challenge School Denver

Experimenting with Cryptographic Algorithms

National High School and Two-Year College

Mathematics Honor Society

Mu Alpha Theta Award, certificate

Jacob Imola 12th grade - Cherry Creek High School Greenwood Village

Jordan Crawford 12th grade - Cherry Creek High School Greenwood Village

A Wheely Hard Problem: Finding a Non-intersecting, Closed Path Tangent to a Given Set of Circles

United States Metric Association, certificate

Isabel Dalmer 6th grade - Liberty Middle School Aurora

Strong Box, Weak Box

Water Environment Association

Stockholm Junior Water Prize Award, certificate, nomination to the SJWP state competition

Rahul Ramesh 9th grade - Cherry Creek High School Greenwood Village

Studying the Impact of Algal and Cyanobacterial Photosynthesis on the Efficiency of a MDFC

Posted April 24, 2014.

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