Past Symposium Competition Winners

 

2015 JSEHS Winners

Congratulations to the 2015 National Junior Science and Humanities Symposium Florida Delegation!

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2014 National Junior Science and Humanities Symposium Florida Delegation

JSEHS Winners 2013

2013 National Junior Science and Humanities Symposium Florida Delegation

Five student winners from the Florida Regional JSEHS attended the National Junior Science and Humanities Symposium in Dayton, Ohio.

Laura Herman, a student from Pine Crest High School in Ft. Lauderdale, and K’yal Bannister, a student South Sumter High School in Sumter, received top honors in the speaker competition. Laura and K’yal went on to compete at the National symposium in Dayton, Ohio.. Three additional students, Michelle Chin, Jordan Gershman and Donovan Keene won honorable mentions and attended the National symposium as well.

 

 

National Trippers

2012 National Junior Science and Humanities Symposium Florida Delegation

Five student winners from the Florida Regional JSEHS attended the National Junior Science and Humanities Symposium in Baltimore Maryland.

The students participated in lectures and seminars by notable scientists and researchers such as Dr. Jane Rigby, an astrophysicist at the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center and Dr. David Ferrucci, the principal investigator for the IBM Watson/Jeopardy! Project. They experienced cutting-edge research being conducted at Army, Navy and Airforce Research labs.

Erin Barbeau competed in the Poster Competition with her original research on butterfly populations and diversity. Erin was awarded Honorable Mention for her outstanding research.

Pratheek Nagaraj and Adam Pissaris represented Florida in the Student Speaker Competition. Congratulations to Pratheek for a first-place finish in the Mathematics and Computer Science Division. Pratheek won a $12,000 college scholarship and a trip to the 2012 London International Youth Science Forum.