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Science Research Students Participate in Junior Science and Humanities Symposium

On Saturday, February 9th, Hastings Science Research students participated in the Junior Science and Humanities Symposium (JSHS) at John Jay High School. The students presented either a poster or an oral presentation. Senior Grace Moon, who presented an oral presentation of her project, Developing an AC Hall Technique to Measure Hall Mobility of Semiconductor Devices, placed first in her category and will be representing Hastings in Albany at the Regional JSHS competition on March 27th and 28th.  Winning fifth place for their oral presentations were Aaron Forman in Chemistry and Anya Van Hoogstraten in Cell and Molecular Biology. 

Hastings also had numerous winners in the poster competition including Emma McCormack who placed first in Environmental Science,  Eliza Dolgins in Cellular Biology and Raphaela Sills in Biology who both placed second, the team of Christian Healy and David Dayan in Animal Sciences and Molly Gouran in Behavioral Science who placed third in their respective categories. 

Congratulations to all of the Hastings students who participated in the competition!