LEXINGTON, Ky. (3/7/13) – The top 10 percent of middle school students in the 2013 Central Kentucky Regional Science and Engineering Fair received Broadcom MASTERS awards and can now compete in the national program. In Broadcom MASTERS, students demonstrate their mastery of Math, Applied Science, Technology and Engineering as Rising Stars through science fair competitions.
Congratulations to these honorees from Fayette County Public Schools.
Bryan Station: Russell Scaife
Lexington Traditional Magnet School: Amanda Wallin and Brenna Wallin
Morton: John Barton, Sarah Byrd and Theodore Ehrenborg
SCAPA at Bluegrass: Tory Stephenson
Winburn: Saif Ahmed, Eric Cao, Nicholas Imam, William Klement, Ananth Miller-Murthy and Megan Slusarewicz
The semifinalists will be announced in August. Finalists will spend a week in Washington, D.C., showcasing their projects for the public and competing as teams in hands-on STEM activities. For more information, email Eddie Demoll at the University of Kentucky.
Broadcom MASTERS is a program of Society for Science & the Public. The young people who participate are better prepared to meet the challenges as tomorrow’s innovators who will lead the way with scientific breakthroughs, engineering feats and technological know-how.
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