Congratulations to the eight Monroe-Woodbury High School students who recently participated in the Greater Capital Region Science and Engineering Fair. This fair is a regional fair for the Intel Science and Engineering Fair. All of the students represented Monroe-Woodbury at the highest levels.
M-W winners included:
- Conor Collins: First Place Greater Capital Region Science and Engineering Fair
He was awarded $500 from RPI School of Science and a 5-day trip to Los Angeles to compete in the INTEL International Science and Engineering Fair
- Colin Gordon: U.S. Navy and Marine Corps Excellence Award
- Robert Colbath: Stockholm Junior Water Prize
This award recognizes the best projects related to water quality and water resource management. He also won the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) “Taking the Pulse of the Planet” Award.
- Arpeet Patel: Mu Alpha Theta
This award recognizes projects that demonstrate the most challenging, thorough and creative investigation of a problem involving mathematics.
Way to go, Monroe-Woodbury!