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Several students from around Wisconsin took home honors at the 2012 Lakeland College Engineering and Science Fair.
Dhaivat Pandya of Appleton North High School won Best in Fair and will be competing in the Intel International Fair 2012 in Pittsburgh on May 13-18. His project on the optimization of information logging systems won the Mu Alpha Theta Math Award and the Intel Excellence in Computer Science Award. He also won an Air Force Award.
Josh Feng of Sheboygan North High School won second place. His project on multi-talker background noise won the American Psychological Association Award. He also won an Air Force Award.
Alexandra Gephart of Bayfield High School won third place. Her project on the currents in the north channel of the Apostle Islands won the NOAA: Taking the Pulse of the Planet Award and the Stockholm Water Award. She also won an Air Force Award.
Sophia Howk of Bayfield High School won Honorable Mention. Her project on the carbon/nitrogen stable isotope ratios in bald eagles won the Association for Women Geoscientists Award. She also won an Air Force Award.
Noelle Metoxen of Oneida Nation High School won the Materials Education ASM Specialty Award for her project on niacin in corn. She also won an Air Force Award.
In the middle school portion of the fair, students from Holy Family School in Sheboygan swept the top three awards.
Katie English and Maddie Clarke of Holy Family School in Sheboygan won first place with their project on salt water and electricity. Evan Dahle and Joseph Bettag won second place with their project on hydrogen peroxide and liver. Ellie Revelis won third with her project on oil spills.
Greta Humke from Holy Family won the Innovation in Engineering Award for her project on amplifying sound.