Rose Perrone ’10 and Vighnesh Shiv ’11 selected for 2010 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair in San Jose

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At the March 13 regional science expo in Gresham, Rose won first prize in electrical and mechanical engineering for her project, "The Effect of Vibratactile Training on Navigational Ability." Vighnesh won first prize in computer science for his project, "BeatHoven: Automatic Music Transcription Algorithms and Implementation." Their presentations qualified Rose and Vighnesh for the international fair later this spring.

Other students who competed at the regional science expo include:

Brynmor Chapman ’10, first prize, biochemistry
Anthony Eden ’11, second prize, computer science
Lucy Feldman ’10, second prize, animal sciences
Juliah Ma ’10, third prize, chemistry
Anders Perrone ’11, third prize, energy and transportation
Kalifa Clarke ’10, honorable mention, microbiology
Terrance Sun ’13, second prize, physics and astronomy
Philip Paek ’11, competed in the medicine and health sciences category

Congratulations to all, and good luck to those who will compete at the Intel Northwest Science Expo on April 2.