Clinton '20 and Rockafellow '20 advance to JSHS National Competition

More advanced science research team news! Seniors James Clinton and Nathan Rockafellow qualified for the National Junior Science and Humanities Symposium by placing in the top 5 projects at the Regional JSHS Competition, which was held virtually on March 26. Their project is titled: Spudfinder 6500: Creating a radar-based system for pre-harvest potato yield mapping, year two. 

The 58th National JSHS will be held April 15-17, as a virtual competition. The National JSHS brings together 230 high school students who qualify by submitting and presenting original scientific research papers in regional symposia held at universities nationwide. 

Congratulations, James and Nathan!

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