A large group of Mamaroneck High School’s Original Science Research (OSR) students, guided and led by OSR Teachers Mr. Guido Garbarino and Mr. Alejandro Victoria, presented their research projects on Saturday, February 9, at the Westchester-Rockland Junior Science and Humanities Symposium. Congratulations to all participating students on their hard work and to the following students who were recognized for their projects:
In the Poster Division: 11th Gr Kendall Psaila: Third Place Behavioral Science; 11th Gr Morgan Robinson: Third Place Cellular and Molecular Biology; 11th Gr Jesse Ward: Third Place, Environmental Science; 12th Gr Jocelyn Nabi: Second Place, Behavioral Science; 12th Gr William Cook: Second Place, Environmental Science; 12th Gr Nobuhide Ferval-Shioya: Second Place, Engineering and Technology; 11th Gr Ravi Bhalla: First Place, Cellular and Molecular Biology; 11th Gr Oliver Rayner: First Place, Engineering and Technology/Named Best Poster in Session.
In the highly competitive PowerPoint Speaker division: 12th Gr Thomas Wiesenberg: Fourth Place, Cellular and Molecular Biology; 12th Gr Nicholas Lynch-Pinzon: Third Place, Behavioral Science
For their Achievements, Thomas and Nicholas have earned the privilege of presenting posters at the Upstate JSHS at the University at Albany on March 27 and 28.