Research Students Win Awards in WISE/Quality of Life Innovations Competition
Congratulations to sophomore research students who won awards in WISE/Quality of Life INNOVATIONS Competition. Click on the headline for more information.
Congratulations to sophomore research students who won awards in WISE/Quality of Life INNOVATIONS Competition. Michelle Chen, Aofie Hogan, Hannah Goo, Isabella Holmes, Adam Osman-Krinsky, Zoe Peltzman, Mikayla Redmond, Kate Reynolds, and Mariene Rojas-Tineo won Borough Leadership Awards. Michelle Chen, Adam Osman-Krinsky, Zoe Peltzman, and Kate Reynolds were additionally named semi-finalists and Michelle Chen additionally earned the Innovation Award. Quality of Life INNOVATIONS (QLI) is a unique social entrepreneurship initiative that fosters a spirit of civic engagement and social innovation among high school students, while helping them prepare for college. Students identify a community issue they care about, conduct primary and secondary research to examine the issue and develop and implement feasible proposals for change. Proposals can compete for college scholarships.
See below for titles of Bronx Science students’ projects
Kate Reynolds and Zoe Peltzman: Gentrification Inc.: Changing the Nature of Gentrification in New York City
Adam Osman-Krinsky: Everyone’s A Winner: Incentivizing the Participatory Budgeting Vote in New York City with a Lottery System
Michelle Chen: Improving Student Mental Health Access through Online Counseling Services
Isabella Holmes, Mikayla Redmond and Aofie Hogan: A Scoot in the Right Direction: Increasing Handicap Accessibility in NYC.
Mariene Rojas-Tineo and Hannah Goo: Girls Getting it RIGHT: Ready to Implement Good Hygiene Today
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