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Hathaway Brown's Melvin Scholars represent the school at the American Association for the Advancement of Science conference
Hathaway Brown's Melvin Scholars represent the school at the American Association for the Advancement of Science conference
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Congratulations to five Hathaway Brown Science Research & Engineering Program students who were honored as Melvin Scholars in 2017 by conducting original research at local Cleveland institutions and presenting their work at the Ohio Academy of Sciences last spring. The presentation and documentation of their research earned each of them a spot among approximately 145 high school students across the US to attend the 2018 AAAS Conference in Austin, Texas, February 14-17, 2018. The AAAS (American Association for the Advancement of Science) is the largest scientific professional organization in the U.S. At the conference, attended by thousands of scientists, students presented their research in both poster and oral formats.

Michelle Yin '18 - Biomedical Engineering Research at Case Western Reserve University School of Engineering
Tae-Hee Kim '18 - Biomedical Engineering Research at Case Western Reserve University School of Engineering
Sukhmani Kaur '18 - Medical Research at  Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine
Anika Rede '18 - Electrical Research at Case Western Reserve University School of Engineering
Yuanchun Li '18 - Space Research at NASA Glenn Research Institute

These five industrious students earned the right to present their work at this professional meeting. All have been members of HB's signature SREP, which gives students the opportunity to conduct research in real research labs under the mentorship of professionals for two to four years of high school. Congratulations to these students!