2012 Greater Syracuse Scholastic Science Fair

The CNY Skeptics judging team attended the GSSSF, reviewed science fair projects, chose projects for awards, and encouraged elementary, middle, and high school students to pursue their interests in science. The team presented ten students with awards.

2012 GSSSF Results

Effects of Noise on Rat Performance, Ana Li Kreidler-Siwinski, 5th grade Skeptic magazine award, Edward Smith Elementary

Photo of science fair project Will Gum Lose Mass When Chewed

Will Gum Lose Mass When it is Chewed?, Peter Assaf, 5th grade book award, Holy Family School

Amazing Race: Soybean Style, Julia Justafson, 6th grade Skeptic magazine award, Homer Intermediate School

A Tale of Taxonomy, Martin Welch-Flanagan, 6th grade book award, The New School

Do big parking lots affect water quality?, Joanna Bryant, 7th grade Skeptic magazine award, Manlius-Pebble Hill School

How Does Caffeine Effect Human Performance?, Joe Vanable, 7th grade book award, Edward Smith Elementary School

Store Brand vs. Name Brand, Hannah Cofer, 7th grade Skeptic magazine award, Edward Smith Elementary School

The Phantom, Marisa Hurst & Adrianne Milea, 8th grade book award, West Genesee Middle School

Photo of science fair project Wind Vane Pitch Angl2

Wind Vane Pitch Angle, Olivia Sheppard, Senior Skeptic magazine award, Manlius-Pebble Hill

Photo of science fair project Modeling Environmental Analysis of Hydraulic Fracturing in Upstate NY

Modeling Environmental Analysis of Hydraulic Fracturing in Upstate New York, Kunal Sangani, Senior book award, Fayetteville-Manlius Senior High School