ISEF 2006 OK Winners by keralaguest

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									Special Awards

American Association of Physics Teachers and the
American Physical Society
Top award winners receive a one-year AAPT and APS student membership, a certificate from both
AAPT and APS, as well as subscriptions to AAPT "The Physics Teacher" Journal and other APS
journals.

First Award of $1,000
        PH020 Development of an Inexpensive Raman System and a Littrow Spectrograph
        Mary Masterman, 16, Westmoore High School, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma


American Meteorological Society
For the best exhibits in the area of atmospheric, oceanic and hydrologic sciences.

Honorable Mention Award
       EA009 Impact of Emerging Arctic Ground Cover upon Albedo and the Acceleration of
                        Global Warming
       Krista BreAnn Pfeifer, 17, Latta High School, Ada, Oklahoma


Geological Society of America
The Society will award prizes for science and engineering projects investigating the earth and related
sciences. The winners and their schools will receive a free subscription to "GSA Today", the GSA
monthly newsletter. Projects will be judged on their demonstration of a high level of understanding
of earth science concept(s), how the earth is a system, and use of innovative methods to explain
concepts.
Award $250
     EA301 Waves of Destruction, II: Calculating Wave Intrusion on Coastal
                   Regions
     Scott Edward Hasbrook, 15, Highland East Junior High School, Moore,
                   Oklahoma
     Nathan Tyler Hasbrook, 15, Highland East Junior High School, Moore, Oklahoma

IEEE Computer Society
First Award of $700
        CS004 Creating an Online Study Session Network
        Daniel Jonathan Parrott, 18, Bartlesville High School, Bartlesville, Oklahoma


National Taiwan Science Education Center
Trip to Taiwan to attend the Taiwan International Science Fair in February 2007.
        PH020 Development of an Inexpensive Raman System and a Littrow Spectrograph
        Mary Masterman, 16, Westmoore High School, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
North American Benthological Society
For projects related to the "benthos" - organisms living at the bottom of streams, lakes, estuaries and
oceans. All winners receive a one-year membership in the Society and a subscription to the "Journal
of the North American Benthological Society".
Award of $500
        EV006 Tributary Impact, Three Points of Interest: A Field and Laboratory Study of Honey
                          Creek and Its Tributary, Cave Springs Branch
        Molly Katheryn Steen, 16, Grove High School, Grove, Oklahoma


Oregon State University
Scholarship Award for Oregon State University of $5,000 per year for four years will be offered to 14
individuals in a range of Intel ISEF categories. An additional scholarship award of $2,000 per year
for four years will be given to students who enroll in the OSU College of Engineering.
Tuition Scholarship of $5,000 per year for four years
        PH020 Development of an Inexpensive Raman System and a Littrow
                    Spectrograph
        Mary Masterman, 16, Westmoore High School, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

SPIE-The International Society for Optical Engineering
For the best project in the area of Optics and Photonics Engineering.
Award of $1,000
        PH020 Development of an Inexpensive Raman System and a Littrow Spectrograph
        Mary Masterman, 16, Westmoore High School, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma


Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry
Awards are given to the best projects in environmental toxicology and chemistry. In addition, all
winners will receive a certificate of recognition and a student membership in SETAC.
Second Award of $250
        EV007 Evaluating the Synergistic Effects of Lead, Cadmium, Zinc, and Manganese on
                          Selected Cellular Models
        Kristen Elaine Fenska, 18, Miami High School, Miami, Oklahoma
Governmental Awards

Office of Naval Research on behalf of the United States
Navy and Marine Corps
Tuition Scholarship Award in the amount of $8,000
        EV007 Evaluating the Synergistic Effects of Lead, Cadmium, Zinc, and
                       Manganese on Selected Cellular Models
        Kristen Elaine Fenska, 18, Miami High School, Miami, Oklahoma




United States Air Force
First Award of $3,000
        PH020 Development of an Inexpensive Raman System and a Littrow
                    Spectrograph
        Mary Masterman, 16, Westmoore High School, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma


Second Award of $1,500
        MI040 Investigation of Eye Infections: Bacterial Adherence vs. Contact Polymer
                      Type and the Antibiotic Properties of Contact Solutions
        Katie Joan Nix, 14, Grove High School, Grove, Oklahoma


Indiana University
Partial tuition scholarships in the following categories: Behavioral and Social Sciences, Biochemistry,
Botany, Chemistry, Computer Sciences, Earth Science, Space Science, Environmental Sciences,
Mathematics, Medicine and Health, Microbiology, Physics and Zoology.
Tuition Scholarship Award of $5,000 per year for 4 years for a total value of $20,000
         EA009 Impact of Emerging Arctic Ground Cover upon Albedo and the Acceleration of
                          Global Warming
         Krista BreAnn Pfeifer, 17, Latta High School, Ada, Oklahoma
Grand Prize Winners

Behavioral and Social Sciences - Presented by Intel
Foundation
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Intel will present Best of Category Winners with a $5,000 award and Intel Centrino™ mobile
technology-based notebook computer. Additionally, a $1,000 grant will be given to their school and
the Intel ISEF Affiliated Fair they represent.
Fourth Award of $500
       Concussion on the Processing Visual Stimuli, Three Year Study
       Johnathan Arnold Schoenhals, 18, Miami High School, Miami, Oklahoma




Computer Science - Presented by Intel Foundation
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Intel will present Best of Category Winners with a $5,000 award and an Intel Centrino mobile
technology-based notebook computer. Additionally, a $1,000 grant will be given to their school and
the Intel ISEF Affiliated Fair they represent.
Fourth Award of $500
       CS016 An Excel-lent Test Analyzer
       Kelley Marie Fleming, 16, Dove Science Academy, Tulsa, Oklahoma




Environmental Sciences - Presented by Ricoh
                                                                             ®        ™
Intel will present Best of Category Winners with a $5,000 award and an Intel Centrino mobile
technology-based notebook computer. Additionally, a $1,000 grant will be given to their school and
the Intel ISEF Affiliated Fair they represent.
Third Award of $1,000
       EV007 Evaluating the Synergistic Effects of Lead, Cadmium, Zinc, and
                      Manganese
                      on Selected Cellular Models
       Kristen Elaine Fenska, 18, Miami High School, Miami, Oklahoma

Physics - Presented by Lawrence Livermore Laboratory
                                                                             ®        ™
Intel will present Best of Category Winners with a $5,000 award and an Intel Centrino mobile
technology-based notebook computer. Additionally, a $1,000 grant will be given to their school and
the Intel ISEF Affiliated Fair they represent.
First Award of $3,000
         PH020 Development of an Inexpensive Raman System and a Littrow Spectrograph
         Mary Masterman, 16, Westmoore High School, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Team Projects - Presented by Science News
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Intel will present Best of Category Winners with a $5,000 award and an Intel Centrino mobile
technology-based notebook computer. Additionally, a $1,000 grant will be given to their school and
the Intel ISEF Affiliated Fair they represent.
        CH310 Return of the Rings: The Investigation of Multiple Systems of Liesegang
                      Rings
                      and Bifurcations, Two Year Study
        Skylar Davis Williams, 18, Miami High School, Miami, Oklahoma
        Aaron Mark Weaver, 16, Miami High School, Miami, Oklahoma

								
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