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Beaumont Wins at Northeast Ohio Science and Engineering Fair

Posted on March 16, 2019 in Press Releases


NORTHEAST OHIO SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING FAIR
March 14, 2019

IT WAS A GREAT NIGHT FOR BEAUMONT! Congratulations to all our wonderful Beaumont scientists! All 12 Beaumont competitors received awards at the awards ceremony.


GOLD MEDAL

Audrey Zorman

Lauren Bangasser

SILVER MEDAL

Lauren Harmat

Grace Elhindi

Elissa Letterio

Anja Rowane

Claire Wolf

BRONZE MEDAL

Maggie Boswell

Neha Devireddy

Jenna Kieley

HONORABLE MENTION

Meghan Searle

Alayna Sturgill

* 79 professional associations and other organizations also presented special awards.
* From these PROFESSIONAL AWARD DONORS, Beaumont students received 17 awards:


American Chemical Society – MEGHAN SEARLE
ASM Materials Education Foundation – AUDREY ZORMAN
Case Western Reserve University – Women Faculty of School of Medicine – AUDREY ZORMAN
Cleveland Clinic – Department of Biomedical Engineering – NEHA DEVIREDDY
Cleveland Clinic – Department of Psychiatry and Psychology – LAUREN HARMAT
Cleveland Clinic – Dr. Michael G. McKee Award for Mind-Body Medicine – LAUREN HARMAT
Cleveland Clinic – Lerner College of Medicine – LAUREN BANGASSER
Cleveland Clinic – Lerner Research Institute – ALAYNA STURGILL
Cleveland State University – Department of Physics – GRACE ELHINDI
Cleveland State University – Washkewicz College of Engineering – AUDREY ZORMAN
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers – AUDREY ZORMAN
Parker Hannifin Corporation – AUDREY ZORMAN
Society for In Vitro Biology – MAGGIE BOSWELL
Society for In Vitro Biology – NEHA DEVIREDDY
Stockholm Junior Water Prize Water Environment Federation – JENNA KIELEY
U.S. Metric Association – AUDREY ZORMAN
William R. Sweet Award for Chemistry – ANJA ROWANE

We could not be more proud of our Beaumont scientists. They display mastery of all academic disciplines in this competition. In addition to strength in science, they must also exhibit excellence in mathematics, writing, research skills, language, grammar, statistics, data analysis, presentation skills, history, social sciences, computer skills, art, design, and public speaking.