Four CG students qualify for International Science and Engineering Fair

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Senior Kevin Ellis qualified to represent Oregon at the international fair after presenting his research at the Northwest Science Expo on April 2. Seniors Rose Perrone and Yale Fan, and junior Vighnesh Shiv, who had previously qualified for the international fair, also presented at the Northwest Science Expo.

Yale Fan won first place in physics and astronomy, the U.S. Army Scientific and Engineering Excellence Award, the Army Outstanding High School Project Award, and a scholarship to Lewis & Clark College should he choose to attend.

Kevin Ellis won the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Special Award in Computer Software Engineering and second place in computer science.

Rose Perrone won the IEEE Special Award for Best in Systems, Man, and Cybernetics Engineering; the IEEE Best in Engineering Award; and second place in electrical and mechanical engineering.

Vighnesh Shiv won the IEEE Special Award in Computer Software Engineering and an honorable mention in computer science.

Seniors Brynmor Chapman and Lucy Feldman won statewide awards at the expo. Brynmor won second place in biochemistry. Lucy  won honorable mention in animal sciences.

Senior Juliah Ma, juniors Anders Perrone and Anthony Eden, and freshman Terrance Sun also presented at the Northwest Science Expo.

Congratulations, all!