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Science Research Project Finalists

Science Research students at the Secondary School are being honored in the Columbia Junior Scholars Journal competition. A total of four projects, completed by five students, have been named finalists in the international competition. These students will have their two-page manuscripts of their science research projects published in the Columbia Junior Science Journal. This year, Columbia University only granted 19 projects with this honor.
Congratulations to the following students:

* Sanjna Kedia (Grade 12) and Emily Ma (Grade 12)
* Ericka Lai (Grade 10)
* Benjamin Punzalan (Grade 10)
* Barbara Timmerman (Grade 12)
The Columbia Junior Science Journal is a spin-off of the Columbia Undergraduate Science Journal. It provides high school students the platform to publish manuscripts in the fields of natural sciences, physical sciences, engineering, and social sciences.

Columbia Junior Scholars Journal Competition finalists