Weekly Cycle Schedule
Monday, June 17 - Cycle 2 LAST DAY OF CLASSES
Rose Abraham is a sophomore in the Carmel Science Research program. Rose is currently interested in, pollution at water ecosystems and how it affects the surrounding organisms. As well as how natural energies become pollutants when they interact with other things in the ecosystem. Additionally she is interested in the effect of people’s emotions, personal biases, and perceptions on memory. Rose likes to play tennis. Run track, and play the piano. She also enjoys animals especially dogs. Her favorite subjects in school are English and Science.
Ariana Boswell is a sophomore at Carmel High School. She has joined the Science Research Program because she is interested in pursuing a career in the medical field. She hopes that this course will give her the opportunity to broaden her knowledge in this field. Specifically, she has been researching eosinophilic diseases, which are a type of autoimmune disease. These diseases occur when white blood cells, known as eosinophils, infiltrate a location in the gastrointestinal tract, causing tissue damage. Ariana hopes that by researching these diseases, she will be able to improve the lives of those who suffer from them.
Cara Galli is a sophomore at Carmel High School. She would like to further study ethology, the study of animal behavior. She likes ethology because of her love and interest in animals. Cara is taking science research because she likes learning new things, enjoys science, wants to improve her research skills, and wants to research a topic of her interest. Cara enjoys playing the piano in her free time and is a member of the Italian-American club at Carmel High School. She is excited to learn more about ethology and animal behavior this year and is excited to start working on a research project!
William Meyers is a sophomore in the Science Research program. In the three year program, William hopes to research the effects of aerosols on plants types, depending on the area where the plant is found. William is interested in the Science Research program because of his love for science. He also said that he took the class because he feels like it’s the only class where you can study what you want to. When William is not in school he enjoys bowling, fishing and hanging out with his friends.
Rebecca Monge is a 10thgrader in the Science Research program. She finds that Science Research is a fun, organized way to research real life problems. Rebecca is interested in studying the impacts of climate change on society. Her hope is to identify feedback loops and patterns within the effects of climate change to further understand this complex topic. Outside of Science Research, Rebecca is involved in the Carmel Cross Country and Track program. She also enjoys participating in clubs like Interact, Tri-M, and volunteering in activities outside of school.
Sebastian Monge is a tenth grader enrolled in the Carmel Science Research Program. He loves all kinds of sciences. Sebastian joined science research to find out more about the running activities. Sebastian wants to do a research project in the field of running activities. He hopes to help people, and himself, improve their running form. Outside of school, Sebastian likes to sleep. Sebastian runs for Carmel High School on the Cross Country and Track Team for all three seasons. Sebastian enjoys spending time with his friends. He is a hard worker and loves a good challenge. Sebastian hopes to get the best out of science research!
Kylie Rosenquest is a sophomore in Carmel High School and is participating in the Carmel Science Research Program. Outside of school, her hobbies consist of playing field hockey and lacrosse. Her reasons for joining this program include giving herself a greater challenge along with the fact that she is able to take her research in any directions she would like to go in. Right now Kylie is currently researching healthcare and how it works. Specifically she hopes to research healthcare in foreign and developing countries or more the lack of healthcare in these countries. She also hopes to research how medical training programs in these foreign countries are affecting the people.
Olivia Scaperotti is a sophomore in Carmel Science Research. Currently, she hopes to study the effects that certain biological aspects of the human brain have on behavior, personality, and memory. Olivia joined science research to broaden her knowledge on current issues in the science field, and to hopefully make a difference with her research project. Olivia runs on the Carmel High School cross country and track teams, and is a member of student government. She also enjoys listening to music, reading, and spending time with her friends and family. Olivia anticipates that Science Research will help her to expand her knowledge of the science field, and she looks forward to continuing her research.
Michelle Shaffer is a sophomore at Carmel High School. She joined science research because she wishes get involved in new and exciting research of the topics she has always been interested in. Currently, she aims to base her research on health and environmental sciences, such as how proximity to a landfill can affect a person’s wellbeing. She also joined science research to obtain new skills that might help her in the future. Additionally, she also wishes to make a difference with her research project and bring new ideas to light in the scientific community. Outside of science research, she enjoys playing the violin, drawing, and reading.
Sandy Zheng is currently a sophomore at Carmel High school. She was initially intrigued with the idea of joining Science Research when she discovered all the opportunities it could present to a student like her. Over time, she has come to realize how invaluable the program can be to aspiring scientists. Not only does it offer students a chance to discover something new, but also it allows them to gain the experience that is not typically offered in a classroom. Furthermore, Sandy is interested in a wide variety of research topics; however, she has decided to mainly pursue environmental sciences. After reviewing a plethora of articles, she has narrowed her research topic to phycology, the study of algae. Although she is not certain of how she will proceed with this topic, she aims to continue her research and hopefully, in time, she will be able to expand upon her current findings. Additionally, some of her interests include drawing, playing tennis, sleeping, and eating.
Sierra Zory is a sophomore who is researching the world of genetic engineering, the potential for biohacking and the advantages/disadvantages of human genetic modification. She has enrolled in the class in hopes of getting more exposure to genetic engineering and stem cell therapy. When Sierra is not in her studies, she enjoys listening to music, playing guitar, hiking and traveling with friends. She also enjoys staying active with volleyball and fencing. Sierra looks forward to studying how genetics could change society for many future generations.