State Science Fair Results

Caddo Magnet students competed in the 2017 Louisiana State Science & Engineering Fair in Baton Rouge on March 22, 2017 with 202 other competitors. Sunjay Letchuman and Alicia Smith received bids to the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair held May 14-19, 2017 in Los Angeles, CA. They will join Jemma Clary, Behram Dossabhoy, and Xiang Tang who all received bids to ISEF at the regional fair three weeks ago.  Lawrence Shi won a $25 award from the Louisiana Association of Teachers of Mathematics.  Ajaya Tummala won a $300 award from the American Society of Sugar Cane.

The following students received the following places.

Alicia Smith, Animal Sciences, 1st Place

Sunjay Letchuman, Biochemistry, 1st Place

Behram Dossabhoy, Biomedical Engineering, 4th Place

Jemma Clary, Cellular & Molecular Biology, 2nd Place

Grace Sun, Cellular and Molecular Biology, 4th Place

Blaise Willis, Chemistry, 1st Place

Rohinton Dossabhoy, Computational Biology & Bioinformatics, 1st Place

Srikhar Chilukuri, Earth & Environmental Sciences, 3rd Place

Kristen Adams & Sarah Salvatore,  Earth & Environmental Sciences, 2nd Place

Christopher Ferrier, Embedded Systems, 1st Place

Tobias Kallenberg, Energy: Chemistry, 1st Place

Xiang Tang, Energy: Physics, 4th Place

Jacqueline Van Savage, Materials Science, 4th Place

Johnum Palado, Mathematics, 4th Place

Lawrence Shi, Mathematics, 1st Place

Ajaya Tummala, Microbiology, 2nd Place

Palmer Miley, Physics & Astronomy, 3rd Place

John Van Savage, Plant Sciences, 3rd Place

Sandra Shahriar, Translational Medicine, 3rd Place

Science Fair State 2017