US Wins Big at Science & Engineering Fair

US upper and middle school boys participated at Northeastern Ohio Science and Engineering Fair, with each US boy winning an award, as well as many other special awards, and, for the first time ever, a US student won the top prize.

Garrett Blum '20 won the Grand Prize and was chosen to be one of four students to represent this region at the International Science and Engineering Fair, being held in Phoenix this May.  ISEF is one of the most prestigious international events for high school science research students. Garrett also received five special awards from the American Statistical Association, ASM International, CWRU Women Faculty of the School of Medicine, CSU Washkewicz College of Engineering, and Parker Hannifin Corporation.
 
Upper School, placement and special awards:
Garrett Blum '20 – Grand Prize (ISEF) / Engineering 11-12th grade (1st place), American Statistical Association, ASM International, CWRU Women Faculty of the School of Medicine, CSU Washkewicz College of Engineering, Parker Hannifin Corporation
Nolan Bingaman '20 – Health & Medicine 11-12th grade (2nd place)
Michael Castellanos '19 – Health & Medicine 11-12th grade (2nd place), Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine
Ryan Devine '20 – Engineering 11-12th grade (3rd place), American Institute of Chemical Engineers
Parker Ernst '20 – Health & Medicine 11-12th grade (Honorable Mention)
Jonathan Jang '21 – Biology 9-10th grade (2nd place), CSU Dept of Biological, Geological & Environmental Sciences
Sohum Kapadia '21 – Health & Medicine 9-10 (2nd place), American Statistical Association, Cleveland Clinic Dept. of Quantitative Health Sciences, Cleveland Clinic Lerner Research Institute
Sai Karnati '20 – Health & Medicine 11-12th grade (2nd place), Cleveland Clinic Dept of Inflammation & Immunity
Graden Snyder '19 – Chemistry 11-12th grade (2nd place), Western Cuyahoga Audubon Society
Ian Swain '21 – Math and Computer Science 9-10th grade (2nd place), CSU Dept of Mathematics, Northeastern Ohio Science & Engineering Fair Board of Directors
Ryan Tyler '22 – Environmental 9-10th grade (2nd place), American Institute of Chemical Engineers, FirstEnergy Corporation, Institute of Electrical & Electronics Engineers, Mexichem Specialty Resins, Inc.
Will Zhang '19 – Health & Medicine 11-12th grade (3rd place)

Middle School, placement and special awards:
Jacob Andreini '23 – Behavioral 7-8 (2nd place)
Grayson Brooks '23 – Behavioral 7-8 (3rd place)
Harbir Dass '23 – Engineering 7-8 (3rd place), American Association of Blacks in Energy
Aiden Dumm '23 – Behavioral 7-8 (2nd place), Cleveland Clinic Dept of Psychiatry and Psychology, Cleveland Clinic Children's
Brian Kellon '23 – Health & Med 7-8 (Honorable Mention), American Statistical Association Award, Cleveland Clinic Genomic Medicine Institute, Dr. Charis Eng Mentorship Award, Cleveland Clinic Children's
Theo Moll '23 – Behavioral 7-8 (2nd place), Cleveland Clinic Dept of Psychiatry and Psychology, Cleveland Clinic Children's
Rezah Quereshy '23 – Environmental 7-8 (2nd place), Air & Waste Management Association
Sachin Singh '23 – Engineering 7-8 (2nd place), Parker Hannifin Corporation
Ryan Streem '23 – Health & Med 7-8 (2nd place)
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    • Garrett Blum '20 won the Grand Prize and was chosen to be one of four students to represent this region at the International Science and Engineering Fair.

    • Nolan Bingaman

    • Sohum Kapadia

    • Michael Castellanos

    • Grayson Brooks

    • Parker Ernst

    • Ryan Tyler

    • Ryan Streem

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