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Seniors Submit Research to Regeneron and the Intel Science and Engineering Fair

Sacred Heart Academy seniors are submitting their science research projects to prestigious research competitions Regeneron Science Talent Search and the Intel Science and Engineering Fair.
 
Eight seniors submitted undergraduate-level research to the Regeneron Science Talent Search. Topics included nursing, pain management, psychology and sociology.
 
Two seniors will present their original research in epidemiology and environmental science, respectively, to university and industry experts at the Intel Science & Engineering Fair.
 
The list of students and their projects is as follows:

2019-20 Regeneron STS Submissions

  • Kaitlin Agostini - Post-Hurricane Maria’s impact on the well-being of teenage girls in Puerto Rico: Phase 2
  • Meghan Casey - The Impact of High School Environment on Gender-specific Science Stereotypes
  • Sofia Di Scipio - Can mindful eating and mindful eating training protect against body self-objectification  and support generalized wellness in adolescent females?
  • Madison Ekstrom - The Influence of Moral Information on Perceptions of Competence in Adolescent Females
  • Kathryn Eschmann - "Get Off My Lawn!": An Intergenerational Approach to Age-Group Biases & Own-Race Biases
  • Fiona Marren - Optimism’s Role as a Mediator between Stress, Coping Methods, and Wellness Outcomes among High School Students and Second and Fourth Year Nursing Students and Preservice Teachers
  • Karenarose Rizzo - Does the use of lavender oil on physical therapy patients affect their healing process
  • Margaret Saville - Differential effects of crumb rubber contamination on aquatic ecosystems by heavy metal leaching

2019-20 Long Island Science & Engineering Fair Entries

  • Margaret Saville - Differential effects of crumb rubber contamination on aquatic ecosystems by heavy metal leaching
  • Gabriella Chianese - GI PCR in the pediatric inpatient population: a retrospective chart review to identify high risk patient characteristics