Congratulations to Our S^4 Super Summer Science Search Contest Winners!
Cupertino Middle School Student Winners of the S^4 Super Summer Science Search Contest receive their prizes!
First Place Winner Ashvin Irrinki took home the grand prize – an iPad Mini – for his work “Medicine – The VP Shunt.”
Second Place Winners Gautham Gujjula (not pictured) and Rithin Venkatesh each won $100 for their entry “CyberKinetix Asimo to Humanoid Robot.”
Third Place Winners Mythili Bhethanabotla & Susan Zhou each won $50 for their entry “The Spectacular Monkeys-Monet Not Money-Art Forgery.”
The S^4 Super Science Search Teen Advisory Council Greeted Attendees at the August 16th Awards Ceremony.
Cupertino Middle School Students and Their Parents Arriving for the S^4 Super Summer Science Search Celebration.
More than 100 students and parents packed the room for the S^4 Super Summer Science Search Celebration on August 16, 2014.
The S^4 Team, along with CLF Board President Eno Schmidt and Cupertino Library’s Community Librarian Gayathri Kanth, celebrated a successful 2014 contest with dinner at a local restaurant. Top Row (left to right): S^4 Project Coordinator Pam Marino, Eno Schmidt, Gayathri Kanth, Shail Trivedi, and Keerthi Krishnan. Bottom Row: S^4 Project Manager Bev Lenihan, Angela Wang, Ardak Askhatova, and Elizabeth Wang (no relation).
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