2013 EMTSEF Special Awards
Mar 02, 2013 | |
American Meteorological Society
AMS will offer 4 certificates to individual or team projects.
For teams, each team member will receive a certificate.
Winning projects should be limited to the atmospheric and related oceanic and hydrologic sciences.
Council of Texas Statisticians Award: Presented by Dr. Howard Monroe
1 Pranaav Sudheendra
2 George Qi
3 Kevin Chen
Intel Excellence in Computer Science
Award top first place winner for the computer science category in senior level.
MU Alpha Theta
Awarded to individual or team project demonstrating the most challenging, original, thorough, and creative investigation of a problem involving mathematics accessible to a HS student.
Dylan R. Airey
National Oceanographic Atmospheric Association
Award for individual project selected from among all the general award categories whose research emphasizes NOAA's mission to understand and predict changes in Earth's environment and conserve and manage coastal and marine resources to meet our Nation's economic, social, and environmental needs.
National Space Society & San Antonio Space Society
The award from the National Space Society and San Antonio Space Society is for the best project for forwarding people living and working in thriving communities beyond the Earth.
The purpose, application and science of the projects are considered.
A. Jaham Rabii
Native Plant Society of Texas: Presented by Linda Hancock
The Native Plant Society of Texas (NPSOT) is an organization whose mission is to encourage the preservation of Texas native plants and their habitats.
To this end the Native Plant Society of Texas is pleased to announce a monetary award of three hundred dollars ($300) in the Plant Sciences, two hundred dollars ($200) in Division I and one hundred dollars ($100) in Division II of the ExxonMobil Texas State Science Fair.
Society of American Military Engineers: Presented by Dick Kochanek
Milad Y Najafabadi
South Texas Chapter-Health Physics Society Award
Placque, $50 check, 1yr HPS membership including newsletter
Stockholm Junior Water Prize Water Environment Federation
Awarded to the best water research projects
Texas Academy of Audiology
American Academy of Audiology Foundation is seeking nominations for cash awards for student science fair participants whose projects revolve around hearing, balance or sound.
1 Shweta Julka
2 Anita Barsukova
3 Maggie Libby
Texas Tech University- Plant & Soil Science: Presented by Dr. Gad Perry for all Texas Tech
1 Catherine Castagna
2 Lindsay Northcut
Texas Tech University- International Center for Arid and Semi-Arid Land Studies
1 Hannah Mattes
Texas Tech University- Natural Resources Management
1 Colby Gipson
2 Klara Baker
3 Nikolas Hines
Texas Tech University- College of Agricultural Sciences &Natural Resources
1 Kali Perez
Honorable Mention Zijun Yu
The National Society of Professional Engineers
US Air Force Award
Award to scientific/engineering excellence to student exhibitors. Winners will be awarded a certificate of achievement, 4 out of the 5 will receive a $50 US savings bond, the remaining winner who is considered the most outstanding will receive a $100 US savings bond and a silver medallion.
1 Divya Koyyalagunta
2 Jordan Stroope
3 Shayna Engdahl
4 Ashley Hasting
5 Layne Garza
YALE Science and Engineering Association
Awarded to most outstanding 11th grade student exhibiting in the areas of Computer Science, Engineering, Physics or Chemistry.
Afeefah F Khazi-Syed
Sai Sameer Pusapaty
Andrea Santa Cruz
Dylan R. Airey