New Haven Students Win at the 2021 CT Science & Engineering Fair

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Congratulations to the New Haven Public Schools students who won awards and honors at the 2021 Connecticut Science & Engineering Fair. See below for info on the projects, students, schools, and awards/honors (indicated by *).

3069 EVALUATION OF A MODEL FOR URBAN VEGETATION BARRIERS’ EFFECTS ON AIR POLLUTION

New Haven Engineering & Science University Magnet School, Teacher: Roger Rushworth

Student(s) Ray Nassar Grade 10 Town Milford

* American Meteorological Society --- Certificate & $25 gift card given by CSEF

5501 Implementation of Metal-Oxide-Induced Agglomeration and Electromagnetic Filtration for Removal of Microplastics

New Haven Engineering & Science University Magnet School, Teacher: Roger Rushworth

Student(s) Snigtha Mohanraj Grade 8 Town Ansonia

* Association for Women Geoscientists --- Certificate & $25 gift card given by CSEF

* Society of Women Engineers - Hartford Section --- Scientific Calculator

* Urban School Challenge 1st Place Middle School Awards --- USC Highest Placing 8th grader- Project Oceanology’s Ocean Camp

* TurnKey Compliance Solutions Environmental Awards --- $200 Cash Award Middle School- For excellence in environmental sciences

* GENIUS Olympiad --- GENIUS Olympiad Competition for Highest Placing USC 8th grade Project

* Environmental / Energy Award- Urban Public School Award --- Environmental / Energy Award- Urban Public School Award - $431.40

* Broadcom MASTERS --- Invitation to compete in Broadcom MASTERS

6032 Gravity-Assisted Energy Conversion: Improving the Feasibility of Mechanically Powered Electricity

Generators

New Haven Engineering & Science University Magnet School, Teacher: Roger Rushworth

Student(s) Aiman-Imran Anuar Grade 11 Town West Haven

* Jon Chapitis Memorial Award --- John Chapitis Spirit of Innovation Award - HS $200

* University of New Haven Scholarship Awards --- University of New Haven 4 year scholarship - $80,000, $20,000 per year)

* Fred Olender Urban School Challenge Award --- $250 Cash Award for HS student in USC school

 

6066 Natural Function Restrictions, Identities, and Properties to Determine Finite Cardinalities of Solutions for Real-Valued Functions Projected onto Natural Space

New Haven Engineering & Science University Magnet School, Teacher: Roger Rushworth

Student(s) Praneeth Chitirala Grade 10 Town Milford

* Mu Alpha Theta --- Certificate, $25 gift card given by CSEF

* Maplesoft Awards for Applied Mathematics and Modeling --- Maple software - For Excellence in Mathematics

3029 Comparison of Potential for Coastal Marine Macroalgae to Absorb Excess Nitrate in Runoff

Sound School, Teacher: Chuck Mulligan

Student(s) Luke DeCola Grade 9 North Branford

*3rd honors

3008 Potential Use of Marine Microalgae to Absorb Excess Salt Road Runoff

Sound School, Teacher: Charles Mulligan

Student(s) Zachary Succow Grade 9 Seymour

*3rd honors