The Schreiber Research Program is proud to announce that 5 students were recognized at the Long Island Science and Engineering Fair (LISEF). LISEF Is the primary gateway research fair for Nassau and Suffolk students leading to the International Science & Engineering Fair.
The recognized students and their projects are:
2nd Place in Behavioral Sciences
Bad Medicine? An Analysis of Self-Advocacy Regarding Medical Malpractice Scenarios by High School Students
3rd Place in Biomedical and Health Sciences
Office of Naval Research/US Marine Corps Award
United States Air Force Award
Determining The Regulatory Role of UFD1 in MYCN-driven Neuroblastoma
Honorable Mention in Behavioral Sciences
"The War in Words": Effects of Demographic and Personal Differences on Reactions to Semantically Bleached Nazi Compounds
Honorable Mention in Embedded Systems
Honorable Mention in Robotics and Intelligent Machines U.S. Metric Association Award
Creating a "Third Eye" for the Visually Impaired with Object Detection
Honorable Mention in Earth and Environmental Sciences American Meteorological Award National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Award Terra Genius Award
Modelling Coastal Erosion Using Future Hurricane Scenarios
Congratulations to the dedicated staff who offer their time and expertise to guide these incredible young minds. Congratulations to Math Research teacher Tina Gallagher, Science Research teacher John Schineller, and Social Science Research teacher George Muhlbauer.