The 29th annual TWU Science Fair was held on Saturday April 7, 2018. Awards were presented to students in grades K-8 for categories: Best in Grade, 2nd in Grade, Best in Class, and Best in Group.
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Best in Grade:
Kindergarten- Rohan Segriddy, “Watch Me I’m Ripening” – Universal Academy
1st Grade- Katherynne Gast, “Let it Grow”- Granbury ISD
2nd Grade- Krish Raghavan, “The Effect of Shiftwork Discorder on Understanding and Reasoning in the Emergency Department”- Harmony School of Innovation
3rd Grade- Santiago Lumbreras, “It’s in the Layers” – Granbury ISD
4th Grade- Nathanial Gast, “Getting a Better Grip”- Granbury ISD
5th Grade- Benjamin Gast, “Volt-A-More” – Granbury ISD
6th Grade- Ibrahim Brannon, “ Gauss Rifle”- Harmony School of Innovation
7th Grade- Akanksha Mehta, “How Green is Social Media?”- Frisco ISD
8th Grade- Brooke Speights, “Cellphone vs.Microwave-Skin and Onion Cells”- ICCS
Second in Grade:
Kindergarten- Ainsley Brashear, “Quick Color Flower Power”- Corinth Classical Academy
1st Grade- Paola Lumbreras, “Wormy Plants”- Granbury ISD
2nd Grade- Olivia Puente, “Go Bot Go”- Denton ISD
3rd Grade- Emily Martinez, “Homemade Water Filter”- Uplift Gradus Preparatory
4th Grade- Mariam Mekbeb-Gillett, “Dynamic Electromagnet”- Episcopal School of Dallas
5th Grade- Misha Tsimberg, “Inspiration Transpiration”- Uplift North Hills
6th Grade- Lyndsie Graber, “Will it Candle”- Corinth Classical Academy
7th Grade- Skennah Kalair, “Power Thru Water”- Harmony School of Business
8th Grade- Briana Sandoval, “Glass House”- Legacy Preparatory Charter Academy
Best in Class:
K-3- Katherynne Gast, “Let it Grow”- Granbury ISD
4-6- Nathanial Gast, “Getting a Better Grip”- Granbury ISD
7-8- Akanksha Mehta, “How Green is Social Media?”- Frisco ISD
Best in Group:
K-3- Carson Morgan, Levi Logsdon, “Puppy Prejudice: Our Fur-Real Findings”- Granbury ISD
4-6- Jackson Gent, Leon Kroener, and Wilifred Vaz, “Earthquake Madness”- Legacy Preparatory Charter Academy
Congratulations to all winners!
Special thanks to all Science Fair participants, teachers, parents, sponsors, judges, and volunteers.
Tentative 2019 Science Fair date: April 27, 2019.
Director of College Advising and Academic Initiatives,
TWU College of Arts and Sciences