Congratulations to our students who placed in the top four spots at the recent University of Utah Science and Engineering Fair. Open to students in grades 5-12, the fair’s purpose is to ignite a love for STEM. Following individual school and the district science and engineering fairs, students advanced to the regional competition at the U of U.
Projects were evaluated by volunteer judges with professional expertise in the subject matter.
Park City High student Jaspar Ruegemer was awarded the NASA Earth System Science Award for his project, “Earth Needs To Chill! How About Some Cool Sunshades?”
Winners rom Park City School District include:
–Max Ward-Nanney, Ecker Hill Middle: first place, electrical and computer science, “Aim, Click, Connect.”
–Tyler DeMarco and Joshua Cressman, Trailside Elementary: first place, materials and biomedical, “Pencil Pal.”
–Sebastian Wrona, Trailside Elementary: third place, mechanical engineering, “Water Walking/Running Shoes.”
–Sean Merrill and Liam Foehl, Jeremy Ranch Elementary: third place, civil and environmental engineering, “Help. We Need Water.”
–Dylan Rifkin, Trailside Elementary: fourth place, civil and environmental engineering, “H2Woah.”
– Kian Mathew, McPolin Elementary: fourth place, chemical and physical, “Wi-Fi Cubed.”
-Greta Bretts, Parley’s Park Elementary: fourth place, biochemistry, “Who Can See What Isn’t There?”
–Elena Ruegemer, Ecker Hill Middle: third place, material and biomedical, “Thermal Mass to the Rescue! How Does Material Density Impact Solar Thermal Storage Capacity in Buildings to Minimize Diurnal Swing.”