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.