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HHS Students Earn Top Awards at Regional Science Symposium

Harrison Science Research students earned multiple awards at the regional Junior Science & Humanities Symposium in January. The symposium is an opportunity for high school juniors and seniors to present original research in science, technology, engineering or mathematics as they pursue the opportunity to advance to state and national level competitions. The following Harrison High School Students earned awards and will advance to the state competition later this month: Lucia Lammers, 1st Environmental Sciences; Stella Perini, 1st Medicine and Health; Alec Udell, 1st Environmental Sciences; Galle Blaustein, 2nd Cellular and Molecular Biology; Emma Jonisch, 2nd Medicine and Health; Filippa Rasmussen, 2nd Behavioral Sciences; Stella O’Connell, 4th Cellular and Molecular Biology. Congratulations to the following students who won in the local division: Ben Gold, 1st Bioinformatics; Katie McCann, 1st Medicine and Health; Mason Danzig, 3rd Behavioral Sciences.