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Graduate Students Recognize Top Science Fair Projects

ocelyn Dunn, Weldon School BMEGSA member, and Junior High awardee, Sara Siener.
Jocelyn Dunn, Weldon School BMEGSA member, and Junior High awardee, Sara Siener. Kelsey Towers-Jones is missing from the picture.
Biomedical Engineering Graduate Student Association (BMEGSA) helped judge the Lafayette Regional Science Engineering Fair held on March 4th and 5th. BMEGSA representatives presented awards to the junior or senior high school students with the top Biomedical Engineering related projects.

The projects were judged on their novelty, enthusiasm, ownership, and knowledge of potential applications of their project.  Congratulations to the winners, Kelsey Towers-Jones for her project titled "Cyclic patterns in birth and death data" and Sara Siener for her project titled "Does everyone see the same amount of colors?"