New Haven Students Win at the 2022 CT Science & Engineering Fair

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Congratulations to the New Haven Public Schools students who won awards and honors at the 2022 Connecticut Science & Engineering Fair. See below for info on the projects, students, schools, and special awards/honors (indicated by *).

2006 Catalace

New Haven Engineering & Science University Magnet School

Grade 7

Student(s): Ethan Joseph

* PepsiCo Life Sciences Awards --- 1st Place- Life Sciences 7th grade - $200 & Plaque
* CASE • The Jackson Laboratory Urban School Challenge Awards --- 1st Place Middle School - $300 and Plaque, Medallion
* Computer Science Awards --- 2nd Place Middle School - $200, Plaque
* Connecticut Academy of Science and Engineering Middle School Urban School Challenge Award --- Urban School
Challenge 1st MS - $250 Cash Award, Invite to attend CASE’s Annual Meeting
* Urban School Challenge 1st Place Middle School Awards --- USC Highest Placing 7th grader- Project Oceanology’s
Ocean Camp
* Broadcom MASTERS --- Invitation to compete in Broadcom MASTERS 

3009 Implementing Nontoxic Modified Magnetic Metal Oxide Nanoparticle Enhanced Biochar Filtration for the Efficient Removal of Emerging Contaminants in an Aqueous Solution

New Haven Engineering & Science University Magnet School

Grade 9

Student(s): Snigtha Mohanraj

* PepsiCo Life Sciences Awards --- 2nd Place- Life Sciences Senior High - $300 & Plaque
* CASE • The Jackson Laboratory Urban School Challenge Awards --- 1st Place High School - $500 and Plaque, Medallion
* H. Joseph Gerber Award of Excellence presented by the Connecticut Academy of Science and Engineering --- $500
to 1st HS Urban School Challenge Science Department for Equipment/Supplies: Invitation to compete in International Fair in Atlanta, Georgia in May. 
* American Meteorological Society --- Certificate & $25 gift card given by CSEF
* ASM Materials Education Foundation --- Certificate & $25 gift card given by CSEF

1005 Flocculants to Mitigate Harmful Algal Blooms (HABS)

New Haven Engineering & Science University Magnet School

Grades 7 & 8

Student(s): Saket Aliminate & Sahithi Aliminate 

* PepsiCo Life Sciences Awards --- 3rd Place- Life Sciences MS Team - Plaque
* CASE • The Jackson Laboratory Urban School Challenge Awards --- Middle School Finalist – 4006 Which Type of Rocket FIn will affect a Rocket's Time, Height, and Distance the Greatest?

 

4006 Which Type of Rocket FIin will affect a Rocket's Time, Height, and Distance the Greatest?

New Haven Engineering & Science University Magnet School

Grade 8

Student(s): Nivrith Ananth Iyer & Parth Gokhale

* CASE • The Jackson Laboratory Urban School Challenge Awards --- Middle School Finalist - Medallion
* Raytheon Corporation Awards --- $500, Plaque

2001 The Effects of Run-off Pollutants on the Harmful Algal Bloom (HAB) model C. Vulgaris

New Haven Engineering & Science University Magnet School

Grades 7 & 8

Student(s): Saket Aliminate & Sahithi Aliminate 

* CASE • The Jackson Laboratory Urban School Challenge Awards --- Middle School Finalist - Medallion
* Schoepfer Award for Excellence in Local Aquatic Science --- For excellence in a local water quality study, $100 cash
* The Community Foundation for Greater New Haven Ecology, Environmental, and Alternative Energy Research Prize --- Urban Public School Environmental / Energy Award- $45