We're proud to announce that six Hathaway Brown seniors are winners in the 2012 Siemens Competition in Math, Science, and Technology.
This year, HB holds the distinction of being home to the only Siemens finalist from the state of Ohio. Additionally, of the nine semifinalists in the state, five are HB students. The other four Ohio semifinalists are from Hudson High School, Orange High School, and Columbus Academy.
HB's 2012 Siemens Semifinalists are:
Jenn Blumer, for her pharmaceutical research conducted at the CWRU School of Medicine
Aly Bryan, for her research on malaria in Third World countries, conducted at the CWRU School of Medicine
Lena Ransohoff, for her neuroscience research conducted at the Cleveland Clinic
Sham Shelkay, for her cardiology research conducted at the CWRU School of Medicine
Ingrid Zippe, for her neuroscience research conducted at the CWRU School of Medicine
And special congratulations go to the only Siemens Finalist in the state of Ohio:
Gurbani Kaur, for her targeted drug-delivery research in the CWRU School of Biomedical Engineering
As a finalist, Kaur has advanced to the top 36 individual projects in the U.S. She will present her work at the University of Notre Dame next month. She also has the chance to go on to Washington, D.C., where the top six individual projects will compete. Siemens finalists and semifinalists receive awards packages and are eligible for partial to full college scholarships.
Kudos to these talented members of the Class of 2013!