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Ryann Fadden of Century advances to international competition

Students from three Hillsboro high schools won awards at the 11th annual Beaverton-Hillsboro Science Expo, held Feb. 21.

Liberty, Glencoe and Century high schools will send student researchers to the state science fair, the Intel Northwest Science Expo, April 4 at Portland State University.

Ryann Fadden of Century High School won one of four “Best of Fair” awards and will attend the Intel International Science & Engineering Fair in Los Angeles in May.

Following is a list of the winners:

Century High School

n Ryann Fadden: Chemistry, first place; advancing to NWSE and Intel ISEF.

Glencoe High School

n Bradley Odell: Oregon State University general scholarship;

n Oscar Zielsdorff: OSU general scholarship;

n Steen South: OSU College of Engineering scholarship;

n Collin Vanderzanden, Trevor Jarvis, Matt Hopman: Engineering: Electrical and Mechanical, third place;

n Iain McDonald, Lauren Voepel: Engineering: Electrical and Mechanical, honorable mention;

n Katie Barger, Tony Lucas: Engineering: Materials and Bioengineering, first place; advancing to NWSE;

n Nikolai-Paul Shapland, Joshua Bryant, Jordan Swehosky: Peers’ Choice Award — Hillsboro;

n Ricardo Lopez-Luna: Mu Alpha Theta Award; Physics and Astronomy, third place.

Liberty High School

n Alice Yan: Mathematical Sciences, third place;

n Attila Suto: Outstanding Project in Materials Science;

n Kiersten Gilbert: Outstanding Geoscience Project, Association of Women Geoscientists;

n Lauren Nguyen, Rohi Gheewala: Mathematical Sciences, second place; advancing to NWSE;

n Marisol Camacho: Energy and Transportation, honorable mention;

n Prowshchal Mahato, Saffron Cleveland, Jackelin Diaz: Behavioral and Social Science, honorable mention; Naval Excellence in Science and Engineering Award.

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