The California Science & Engineering Fair is proud to announce that California participants in the 2018 Broadcom MASTERS Competition performed exceptionally well, including winning the top three awards!
Here is the complete set of awards received by California participants:
|Albright, Jack D.||The Nueva School||Hillsborough||Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Award for Health Advancement|
|Bhimaraju, Sriram V.||Harker (The) School||San Jose||Rising Stars Award, and Team Award|
|Feng, Alice||Harker (The) School||San Jose||STEM Engineering Award, First Place|
|Hutchinson, Georgia G.||Woodside Elementary School||Woodside||The Saueli Foundation Prize|
|Prawira, Jacqueline||Altamont Elementary School||Mountain House||Marconi/Samueli Award for Innovation|
|Slettnes, Espen||Abel Academy (Homeschool)||Castro Valley||STEM Mathematics Award, First Place|
The First Place STEM Awards carry cash prizes of $3,500 to support the student’s choice of a STEM summer camp experience in the U.S., as well as an iPad. The Rising Stars Award includes a trip to Phoeniz, Arizona in May 2019 as the United States delegate to Broadcom MASTERS International and Official Observer at the 2019 Intel ISEF. Team Award winners each received an iPod Touch.
We are also proud to note that California has the greatest number of award winners of any state in the country.
See the press release announcing all awards as well as our earlier list of CSEF participants who were named as finalists in this year’ Broadcom MASTERS.2018 California Science & Engineering Fair / Broadcom MASTERS Award Winners / CSEF@usc.edu