Seven RISE Researchers Headed to State Science & Engineering Fair
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Members of the RISE Institute presented their research at the Polk Regional Science & Engineering Fair on Thursday, February 16. Several students earned high marks, and seven researchers will take their projects to the State competition later this spring.
Congratulations to the following students:
1st place and bids to the Florida State Science and Engineering Fair:
- 6th grader Connor McLaughlin – Plant Science
- 7th grader Breanna Newberg – Robotics and Intelligent Machines
- 7th grader Peyton Miller – Behavioral and Social Science
- 7th grader Cheney Curls – Physics
- 11th graders Victoria Benson and Taylor O’Byrne – Animal Science
- 12th grader Julia Canady – Plant Science
- 6th grader Neil Dave – Chemistry
- 10th grader Trey Russell – Biomedical and Health Science
- 10th graders Tom Bowers, Rachel DiMezza, and Evan McLoughlin – Engineering
- 8th grader Caleb DeBoer – Physics
- 8th grader Kari Salmon – Biomedical and Health Science
- 8th grader Bryce Benton – Physics
- 7th grader Katherine Miller – Engineering
- 9th grader Max Drost – Computer Science
- 6th graders Kylah Blough and Carys Wiechmann – Animal Science