OJSHS 2018

55th Annual OJSHS - March 14-16, 2018

2018AwardWinners
 

Research Paper Awards

1st Place Winner — Arukshita Goel, Sylvania Southview High School

$2,000 College Scholarship sponsored by the United States Army, Navy, and Air Force
Presents research paper at 2106 National JSHS in Dayton Ohio, with expenses paid

2nd Place Winner — Suraj Srinivasan, Strongsville High School

$1,500 Ohio JSHS College Scholarship sponsored by the United States Army, Navy, and Air Force
Presents research paper at 2106 National JSHS in Dayton Ohio, with expenses paid

The 1st and 2nd place winners have an opportunity to win the following awards at the National JSHS:
  • Six $12,000 undergraduate, tuition scholarships, awarded to each of the 1st place finalists in the National research paper competition
  • Six $8,000 undergraduate, tuition scholarships, awarded to each of the 2nd place finalists in the National research paper competition
  • Six $4,000 undergraduate, tuition scholarships, awarded to each of the 3rd place finalists in the National research paper competition

3rd Place Winner — Nora Gera, Sylvania Northhview High School

$1000 Ohio JSHS College Scholarship sponsored by the United States Army, Navy, and Air Force
Expenses paid trip to the 2106 National JSHS in Dayton Ohio, with expenses paid

4th Place Winner — Claudia Hamilton, Hawken School

$500 Award sponsored by the College of Arts and Sciences, Bowling Green State University
Expenses paid trip to the 2106 National JSHS in Dayton Ohio, with expenses paid

5th Place Winner — Maanasa Mendu, William Mason High School

$250 Award sponsored by the Chemistry Department, Bowling Green State University
Expenses paid trip to the 2106 National JSHS in Dayton Ohio, with expenses paid

1st Alternate — Anika Rede, Hathaway Brown School

$150 Award sponsored by College of Education and Human Development, Bowling Green State University

2nd Alternate — John-Shaw Moazami, University School

$100 Award sponsored by the Physics & Astronomy Department, Bowling Green State University

Thomas Alva Edison Award — Connor Ryan, Lincoln High School

$250 Award to student who has independently constructed research equipment and carried out a successful research investigation sponsored by the Department of Biological Sciences, BGSU

Colonel George F. Leist Distinguished Teacher Award — Sara Laux, University School

$500 Faculty Award for Classroom Materials sponsored by the United States Army, Navy, and Air Force