Every December, the John Jay Science and Engineering Academy hosts one of the largest school science fairs in the state. This year more than 600 projects were entered and more than half a million dollars was awarded in scholarships to the grand prize winners.
Each of the grand prize winners was awarded a $56,000 St. Mary’s University Science Fair Scholarship and a $44,000 University of the Incarnate Word Dean’s Scholarship.
The Grand Prize Winners are:
1st Grand Prize Alex Doyle, senior
Project Title – Saving Lives with Improved Field Treatment of Hypothermia - Year Four Research
2nd Grand Prize Christopher Botello, senior
Project Title – A Novel Approach In Cooling Solar Panels On-Demand Through the Use of an Automated Cooling System
3rd Grand Prize Anaelli Rodriguez, senior
Project Title – Novel Redesign of a Mammogram Machine: Improve Comfort of the Screening Process
4th Grand Prize Midori Flores, sophomore
Project Title – AgNP Gloves
5th Grand Prize Luke Weston, sophomore
Project Title – P4= Parabolic Power & PLA Possibilities
To view other Science Fair winners, click here.