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Students Earn Multiple Awards at Westchester Science & Engineering Fair

The Regeneron Westchester Science & Engineering Fair (WESEF) encourages students to participate in hands on science by providing a forum for showcasing the outstanding research of high school students in Westchester & Putnam counties of New York State and sponsoring the top students from the fair to advance to the REGENERON International Science & Engineering Fair. Harrison High School had a very successful year! 

Congratulations to all the award winners!

Lauren Davidson: ISEF Qualifier, 2nd Place Medicine & Health Sciences, Carl Zeiss Microscopy Award

Alissa Remeza: ISEF Qualifier, 2nd Place Physics & Astronomy

Galle Blaustein: Science Teachers Association Of NY State Science Congress Grand Prize, 3rd Place Cellular & Molecular Biology

Ariella Blackman: 2nd Place Plant Sciences, Association for Women Geoscientists Award, Ricoh Sustainable Development Award 

Nikki Giandomenico: 2nd Place Cellular & Molecular Biology, Future of Medicine Award

Lauren Schnapp: 2nd Place Cellular & Molecular Biology

Magda Mani: 3rd Place Environmental Sciences, US Stockholm Junior Water Prize

Mako Suzuki: 3rd Place Medicine & Health Sciences

Alexandra Wong: 3rd Place Neuroscience

Ava Cefaloni: 4th Place Behavioral Science

Julia Carrea: 4th Place Medicine & Health

Caitlin May: Honorable Mention Behavioral Sciences

Filippa Rasmussen: Honorable Mention Behavioral Sciences

Zaynab Faisal: US Stockholm Junior Water Prize

Ella Farago: Participant Behavioral Sciences

Haku Iijima: Participant Computer Sciences

Andre Joubert:  Ricoh Sustainable Development Award

Rachel Kindler: Teatown young Environmentalist Award

Elena McCann: Excellence in Medical Research Award

Stella O’Connell: Carl Zeiss Microscopy Award

Dani Topper: Innovations in Biological Sciences Research Award