Several Grove students won top honors and money at the National American Indian Science and Engineering Fair (NAISEF) in Albuquerque, New Mexico, recently.
Students attending from Grove High School included senior, Lindsay Stewart; junior, Katie Nix, and sophomore, Carter Londigan.
Lindsay Stewart won First Place in the Engineering: Energy and Transportation Category as well as receiving several special awards including an ASRC Aerospace Award of $500; AVS Science and Technology Society, First Place, $150; Motorola Foundation, Sr. Award, $50; Oklahoma Professional Chapter of AISES Award, $25, and the United States Navy and US Marine Corp, Sr. Award, $75. In addition, she was the Overall Grand Award Winner, Advances to ISEF, which meant she received an all expenses paid trip to the International Science and Engineering Fair in Atlanta, GA in May.
Katie Nix won First Place in the Medicine and Health Category. She also received several special awards including the American Society of Quality Award, First place $100; the Sundance Educational Consulting, Inc., Outstanding Project, $50; the United States Navy and US Marine Corp, Sr. Award, $75. She also was Overall Grand Award Winner, Advances to ISEF, including an all-expense paid trip to the ISEF in Atlanta.
Also winning an all-expense paid trip to Atlanta was Carter Londigan. In addition, he won First Place in the Environmental Sciences Category. He received special awards including the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association Award; the United States Environmental Protection Award and the United States Navy and US Marine Corp, Sr. Award, $75.
NAISEF sends 6-8 students to ISEF each year. For the past four years, three or four Grove students have represented NAISEF at the ISEF Fair.
More information about NAISEF can be found at: http://www.aises.org/Events/NAISEF.