Congratulations to Calvert County Public Schools students who participated in the Prince George’s County Regional Science Fair! These students advanced to the regional fair after winning at the Calvert County Science Fair. The Regional Science Fair has approximately 400 entries from Prince Georges County, St. Mary’s County, and Calvert County.
All 1st place winners from each category go through a 2nd judging, and three of the 1st place winners are awarded a Grand Prize. All Grand Prize winners advance to the Intel International Science and Engineering EXPO.
Participating in the fair allows students to share ideas, showcase their research, and compete for awards and scholarships.
|Student’s Name||Award||Project Title||School|
|Catherine Bubser||1st Place in Environmental Sciences Special Awards: 1st Place from Friends of Agricultural Research – Beltsville 1st place from Broadcom MASTERS||Alternative Energy: Manure or Compost||Northern Middle School|
|Chris Crunkleton||1st Place in Engineering: Electrical & Mechanical Special Awards: Office of Naval Research Certificate of Achievement American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Outstanding Project (includes awards banquet in Arlington and 3-day VIP event at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center||Exosuits for the Common Man||Northern High School|
|Rachel Evans||Special Awards: Optical Society of America National Capitol Section and IEEE Photonics Society Certificate of Achievement Society of Women Engineers 1st place winner Washington Statistical Society 2nd place winner||Electromagnetic Cannon||Southern Middle School|
|Gayathri Plakkot||1st Place in Biochemistry||Vitamin C – How Much is Too Much?||Huntingtown High School|
|Kenney Paul||1st Place in Engineering: Materials and Bioengineering Special Awards: Arizona State University Walton Sustainability Solutions Award United States Patent and Trademark Office Certificate of Award for Outstanding Originality, Analysis, and Clarity Stockholm Regional Water Prize Award of Excellence, Water Environment Federation||From Waste to Watts: Using a Microbial Fuel Cell to Harness the Power of Bacterial Reactions||Huntingtown High School|
|Nicolas Sbrocco Brady Santerre||2nd Place in Microbiology||Homeopathy vs. Allopathy in Treating Infection.||Calvert High School|