Two High School Students Recognized at Pittsburgh Regional Science & Engineering Fair
Under the direction of teachers Mr. Brian Nevi and Mrs. Natalie Nevi, students in the Science Research Class participate in the Pittsburgh Regional Science and Engineering Fair held each spring. Students create their own hypothesis, conduct an experiment, and report their findings by creating backboards as part of the science research class.
This year’s fair was cancelled due to the Coronavirus pandemic, but two students --
Cecilia Fidler and Josephine Toth
were still recognized for their research plans that were submitted prior to the shutdown.
Cecilia's project was titled "
Computational Conception: Analysis of Efficiency in Algorithmic Organization."
Josephine's project was titled, "How Long Do Cleaning Products Remain on Surfaces?"
Congratulations to these two young scientists on their recognition!