In January, five Carmel High School Science Research Program students presented at the Eastern Junior Science and Humanities Symposium, a sub-regional symposium to the statewide Junior Science and Humanities Symposium, one of the most prestigious forums for young scientists in the country.
Congratulations to junior Grace Fischer for placing 1st in the category of Environmental Science and senior Teagan Weindel for placing 3rd in the category of Behavioral Science. For placing first, Grace has earned a spot as a speaker at the Upstate Junior Science and Humanities Symposium (statewide fair) on March 8!
The five CHS students who presented at the Eastern JSHS were:
• Olivia Schwark (senior): The Relationship Between the Physical and Mental Well-Being of Patients with Leukemia
• Riley Ward (senior): Debunking the Stigma Behind Chemistry
• Grace Fischer (junior): The Effects of Human-Made Noise Pollution on Songbirds in New York State
• Teagan Weindel (senior): Analysis of the Population Fluctuation of District 7 of Carmel, NY from 1856-1866
• Jennie Belle Aliaga (junior): The Knowledge and Practices of Water Intake and its Relation to Urbanization Levels during the COVID-19 Pandemic in the United States
Congratulations to all of our students for a job well done. We are so proud of you!