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GLHS Students are First Global Scholar Graduates

Posted: 5/13/2021 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

 

Ten Gahanna Lincoln High School students are the first to graduate from the Columbus Council on World Affairs Global Scholars program. This is the third year for students from GLHS to participate in Global Scholars, which is a three year program.

The project consists of global research which includes finding data for a chosen topic in the United States as well as two other countries. Students then complete an action project to foster change to bring awareness and sustainability to their idea.

This year, students were provided with the extra challenge of completing everything remotely due to COVID. They had monthly check-ins with GLHS advisor for the program, Mrs. Marcie Aiello and the Columbus Council on World Affairs Global Scholars advisor, Kate Kaura, via Google Meet.

Students then created videos as a culminating event to share their projects (instead of an in-person event as in past years).

The ten students and their Action Research projects are:

Yosan Afewerki - College & Career Readiness for Immigrant Students
Zoe Andrews - Climate Change
Nora Butter - Climate Change & Waste
Destiny Ishmael - Foster Youth
Landon Keenan - Trash Pollution
Savannah Pinkston - Period Poverty (with S Club in providing free vend dispensers at the high school)
Ryan Reeg - Senior Isolation During Covid
Apil Sanyashi - How the Lack of Discourse Affects Immigration
Seth Stemen - Global Access to Water
Nathan Sweyer - Combating Dementia & Alzheimer's Progression / Senior Mental Health

Congratulations to these talented students!

Students graduating from global scholars program.

Back row (L-R): Apil Sanyashi, Nathan Sweyer, Seth Stemen, Landon Keenan, Ryan Reeg
Front row (L-R): Savannah Pinkston, Zoe Andrews, Yosan Afewerki, Destiny Ishmael, Nora Butter

GLHS Students are First Global Scholar Graduates

Posted: 5/13/2021 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

 

Ten Gahanna Lincoln High School students are the first to graduate from the Columbus Council on World Affairs Global Scholars program. This is the third year for students from GLHS to participate in Global Scholars, which is a three year program.

The project consists of global research which includes finding data for a chosen topic in the United States as well as two other countries. Students then complete an action project to foster change to bring awareness and sustainability to their idea.

This year, students were provided with the extra challenge of completing everything remotely due to COVID. They had monthly check-ins with GLHS advisor for the program, Mrs. Marcie Aiello and the Columbus Council on World Affairs Global Scholars advisor, Kate Kaura, via Google Meet.

Students then created videos as a culminating event to share their projects (instead of an in-person event as in past years).

The ten students and their Action Research projects are:

Yosan Afewerki - College & Career Readiness for Immigrant Students
Zoe Andrews - Climate Change
Nora Butter - Climate Change & Waste
Destiny Ishmael - Foster Youth
Landon Keenan - Trash Pollution
Savannah Pinkston - Period Poverty (with S Club in providing free vend dispensers at the high school)
Ryan Reeg - Senior Isolation During Covid
Apil Sanyashi - How the Lack of Discourse Affects Immigration
Seth Stemen - Global Access to Water
Nathan Sweyer - Combating Dementia & Alzheimer's Progression / Senior Mental Health

Congratulations to these talented students!

Students graduating from global scholars program.

Back row (L-R): Apil Sanyashi, Nathan Sweyer, Seth Stemen, Landon Keenan, Ryan Reeg
Front row (L-R): Savannah Pinkston, Zoe Andrews, Yosan Afewerki, Destiny Ishmael, Nora Butter

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