Sara Dixon, winner of first
prize for her project: "West Nile Virus"
winner of first prize (tied) for her project "Dead Language"
Meisa Khourdaji, second
prize winner for her project, "The Survival of Cactus"
Nikolay Gigov and Papu
Nath, tied for 2nd prize for their
project "Antimatter" pose with Science Dean Fran Davis.
Honourable mention - Michael
Assad (in absentia)
for his project "GMO's: Lid to Pandora's Box?"
Math awards were distributed
during the Science Fair. Here's a photo of all
recipients with Peter Ross, Academic Dean of Vanier College (far left),
member Stephen Newbigging (3rd from right) Fran Davis, Dean of Sciences
(2nd from right) and Fred Mayer, Science and Math coordinator (far right).
First prize for math goes
to Henry Zhang. As a result of his ranking 2nd in the
province of Quebec at the Canadian Mathematical Society Open Challenge,
has been invited to enter the 2004 Canadian Mathematical Olympiad. Read
MATH AWARD WINNERS
accepts his award from Academic Dean Peter Ross (left)
and Fran Davis, Dean of the Faculty of Science and General Studies (right).
PHOTOS FROM THAT DAY
Sara Dixon poses
in front of her Science Fair project on the West Nile
Virus with judge Mauro Di Renzo of the Vanier Chemistry Department.
presents his project on Antimatter to a group of interested students.
Sara Dixon (left) and Genevieve Lessard (right) receive
their first prize certificates from Science Dean Fran Davis.
Sara Dixon poses in front of her prize-winning project on the West Nile
Meisa Khourdaji poses in front of her project on The Survival of Cactus.
Math Curriculum Coordinator Stephen Newbigging says
a few words about the Canadian Mathematics Olympiad.
Meisa Khourdaji (left), Nikaly Gigov (second from right) and Papu Nath
(far right) receive their 2nd prize certificates from Science Dean Fran
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