LEXINGTON, Ky. (4/8/14) — A pair of Paul Laurence Dunbar High students paced FCPS among the top award winners in the 2014 Kentucky Science & Engineering Fair.
Caroline Bush and Samuel Wycoff took second and third place, respectively, in the Life Sciences “Best of Fair” group.
Students in grades 5-12 from across the state competed March 29 at Eastern Kentucky University in Richmond, with the winners and runners-up in all categories receiving ribbons and monetary awards. Following are FCPS results in the high school and middle school divisions.
- Animal Sciences: Samuel Wycoff, Dunbar High
- Chemistry: Nelson Ng, Dunbar High
- Energy and Transportation: Shankar Miller-Murthy, Dunbar High
- Environmental Sciences: David Ma, Winburn Middle
- Microbiology: Monisha Rekhraj, Dunbar High
- Physics and Astronomy: Vincent Cao, Dunbar High
- Plant Sciences: Caroline Bush, Dunbar High
- Behavioral and Social Sciences: Xiaowan Chu, Dunbar High
- Chemistry: Eric Xiong, Dunbar High
- Earth Science: Isabella Squire, Sandersville Elementary
- Energy and Transportation: Caroline O’Neill, E.J. Hayes Middle
- Engineering (Materials & Bioengineering): Dylan Rowe, Dunbar High
- Engineering (Materials & Bioengineering): Suhas Medam, Beaumont Middle
- Mathematical Sciences: Dimitri Leggas, Lafayette High
- Mathematical Sciences: David Vulakh, Tates Creek Middle
- Medicine and Health Sciences: Karla Ladino, Dunbar High
- Physics and Astronomy: Brenna Wallin, Lexington Traditional Magnet School
- Army Engineering: Amanda Wallin, Lafayette High
- Army Math-Computer Science: Iven Yang, Dunbar High
- Air Force Middle School: Caroline O'Neill, Edythe J. Hayes Middle
- Association for Women Geoscientists – Earth & Planetary Science: Isabella Squire, Sandersville Elementary
- American Meteorological Society – Environmental Management: Rachel Seevers, Beaumont Middle
- ASM International Foundation’s Most Outstanding Exhibit in Materials Science – Life Science
- Engineering: Materials & Bioengineering: Amanda Wallin, Lafayette High
- Mu Alpha Theta Mathematics Award – Mathematical Sciences: Dimitri Leggas, Lafayette High
- U.S. Metric Association – Engineering: Materials & Bioengineering: Daniel Ma, Dunbar High
Information provided by Fayette County Public Schools
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