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Rockdale Regional Science Fair winners move to state, intl fairs
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About 170 middle school and high school projects were submitted for the second annual Rockdale Regional Science and Engineering Fair on Feb. 1. Out of those, 38 are advancing to the state science fair and four are headed to international fairs in Texas and Arizona.

International Sustainable World (Energy, Engineering, & Environment) Project Olympiad — Houston: Alex Arteaga and Summer Walker — Study of Devulcanization Technologies on Vulcanized Waste Rubber

Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) —  Phoenix, Arizona: Heeyoon Kim — Applying Matrix Theory to Model Global Social Dynamics; Aqib Momin - Computational Models of Stochasatic Recurrent ANN’s; Ashley Driver and Alexis Nesbitt — Establishing Sensitivity & Reliability of Microbial Forensics

2013 Senior Division Grand Champions (advancing to Georgia Science and Engineering Fair): Anna Miller, Carson Norwood, Briana Cowles, Kathryn Cox, Quahmayla Brooks, Sonam Brahmbhatt, Alex Arteaga and Summer Walker, Alex Mann, Aqib Momin, Carlan Ivey, Aaron Barron and Crystal Brockington, Alex Norwood, Jacob Brown, Jeff Bang, Josh Baker, Christian Goerner, Mark Meyers, Heeyoon Kim, Chelse Steele and Larry Jacobs, Jasmine Johnson and Gabriel Vela, Lindsey Theodore, Lori Brown, Mikah Jones, Morgan Poole, Ashley Driver and Alexis Nesbitt, Jeremy Rachels.

2013 Junior Division Grand Champions (Advancing to Georgia Science and Engineering Fair): Laurel Holmes (DMS); Sebastian Mosley and Noah Scott (DMS); Trisha Adjmul (CMS); CJ Hardnett (MMS); Erin Hardnett and Aja Weary (MMS); Madeline Burkey and Toni Elaine Norton (DMS); Wesley Thomas (MMS); Claire Bumgardner and McKenna Commiskey (CMS); Selby McMahan (MMS); Haley Holcombe (EMS); Najifa Hossain (EMS); David Baros (CMS).
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