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Future Scientists at MMSA shined at 57th Science and Engineering Fair of Metropolitan Detroit

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The Science and Engineering Fair of Metropolitan Detroit, established in September 1956, is a nonprofit organization established to give students in the tri-county area (Wayne, Oakland, Macomb Counties) an opportunity to develop and exhibit science fair projects.

Competition is separated into two group – Junior Division (which is 6th, 7th and 8th grade) and Senior Division (9th – 12th Grade.  Students are judged within their respective categories (total of 13 categories based on scientific discipline)

The 57th Science & Engineering Fair of Metropolitan Detroit (SEFMD) was held on March 12, 2014 at Cobo Center. Over 1,600 students from schools in Wayne, Oakland and Macomb counties competed at SEFMD, one of the longest running and largest science fairs in the world.

This year Michigan Math and Science Academy students had following awards:

Omar  Khanfar …….. Third Place Award

Justin  Wilton ……… Outstanding Award

Joel  Shull  ……… Outstanding Award 

Deja  Smith  ……… Outstanding Award

Dayvion  Pritchett  ……… Outstanding Award

Ileana  Bell  ……… Outstanding Award

Bryan Angelo  Banaylo ……… Outstanding Award

 Quintin  Andrews ……… Excellent Award   and   The ASM Materials Education Foundation Special Awards      *** Most Outstanding Exhibit in Materials Science ***

 Andrienne  Abuel   ……… Excellent Award

Olivia  Doerfler ……… Excellent Award

Alexannder  Hardwell  ……… Excellent Award

Jakob  Hill  ……… Excellent Award

Elias  Kashat   ……… Excellent Award

Faith  Marion  ……… Excellent Award

Matthew  Mixen  ……… Excellent Award

Carrigan  Siwicki ……… Excellent Award 

Bianca  Torcuator  ……… Excellent Award

Ajee  White   ……… Excellent Award

Marguerite  Meyers   ……… Honorable Mention Award

Congratulations to all the students and Mr.Huseyin Yagci, Ms.Allie Langwald, Mr.Ismail Yurtdakal, Ms.Amanda Burgess and Mrs.Esin Yurtdakal.

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