Bioscience Students Score Big

Posted: 4/16/2021 Categories: District News, HOMEPAGE Headlines, Lincoln High School News, Blacklick Elementary News, Chapelfield Elementary, Goshen Lane Elementary News, High Point Elementary News, Jefferson Elementary News, Lincoln Elementary News, Royal Manor Elementary News, Middle School South News, Middle School East News, Middle School West News

 

Bioscience Students Score Big

Eastland-Fairfield Career & Technical School recently held the Ninth Annual Bioscience Capstone Competition at Clark Hall.

A capstone project is an independent experiment that the student carries out during class time at their high school, or while visiting a mentor at their facilities. They can work with a mentor, or totally on their own. They can get as creative as they want within the parameters of working in a secondary school setting, and they typically spend 3-6 months total on the project.  

The top 3 projects are awarded scholarship money, donated by the Gahanna Rotary.

1st Place wins $1000,
2nd Place wins $500
3rd place wins $250

Professionals from different local industries such as Scott's Inc, The Ohio State University, Cardinal Health and BioOhio judged the projects.

Congratulations to:

Ephesson Bekele
First Place

Anna Linnabary
Second Place

Lyn Wang
Third Place

 

Bioscience Students Score Big

Posted: 4/16/2021 Categories: District News, HOMEPAGE Headlines, Lincoln High School News, Blacklick Elementary News, Chapelfield Elementary, Goshen Lane Elementary News, High Point Elementary News, Jefferson Elementary News, Lincoln Elementary News, Royal Manor Elementary News, Middle School South News, Middle School East News, Middle School West News

 

Bioscience Students Score Big

Eastland-Fairfield Career & Technical School recently held the Ninth Annual Bioscience Capstone Competition at Clark Hall.

A capstone project is an independent experiment that the student carries out during class time at their high school, or while visiting a mentor at their facilities. They can work with a mentor, or totally on their own. They can get as creative as they want within the parameters of working in a secondary school setting, and they typically spend 3-6 months total on the project.  

The top 3 projects are awarded scholarship money, donated by the Gahanna Rotary.

1st Place wins $1000,
2nd Place wins $500
3rd place wins $250

Professionals from different local industries such as Scott's Inc, The Ohio State University, Cardinal Health and BioOhio judged the projects.

Congratulations to:

Ephesson Bekele
First Place

Anna Linnabary
Second Place

Lyn Wang
Third Place

 

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