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Stockholm Junior Water Prize Award Winner

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2014 Stockholm Junior Water Prize Award Winners

 Hannah Choiniere, Mississquoi Valley Union - $200

 Ateev Nahar, South Burlington H.S. - $200

 Nevil Desai, South Burlington High School - Certificate

 Devin Hebert, South Burlington H.S. - Certificate

 

The winner of this run-off competition will be decided by a team of judges later this spring to represent Vermont at the National runoff for the Stockholm Junior Water Prize June 13-14, in Herndon, VA.

 

 

 

 

2013 Stockholm Junior Water Prize Award Winners

 

 

         Two Prizes to the top and runner-up projects involving water pollution control, water quality, or drinking water, High School, - $200 each person and

          $10,000 per year Next Generation Scholarship to Green Mountain College

 

Top: Vivian Huang, South Burlington High School, Biosorption of Heavy Metal Contamination Using Powdered Pleurotus ostreatus 

Runner up: Basundhara Mukherjee, South Burlington High School, The Effects of Aluminum Sulfate on Ceriodaphnia dubia

 

Vivian Huang could not attend the national competition, therefore, Basundhara Mukherkee was Vermont's State representative to the National runoff for the Stockholm Junior Water Prize in Oregon on the 15th and 16th of June.


Basundhara's and Vivian's High School Science Teacher is Curtis Belton. This prize is sponsored by the
New England Water Environment Association.  

 

 

 

2012 Stockholm Junior Water Prize Award Winners

        Two First Prizes to the top project involving water pollution control, water quality, or drinking water, High School, - $200 each person and

          $10,000 per year Next Generation Scholarship to Green Mountain College

          Alison Cook & Sally Kim,    Essex High School

          Basundhara Mukherjee,     South Burlington High School 

 

17 May, 2012, the Water Environment Federation Announced that Basundhara Mukherjee is this year's Vermont winner of the Stockholm Junior Water Prize for her project, "The Effect of Different Flow Rates in a Sand Filter to Purify Water." Basundhara's High School Science Teacher is Curtis Belton. This prize, sponsored by the New England Water Environment Association, qualifies Basundhara to compete in the 2012 U.S. Stockholm Junior Water Prize National Competition to be held in Boston, MA, between June 14th-16th.  Good luck, Basundhara!

 

 

 

 

2011 Stockholm Junior Water Prize Award Winners

 

The following high school winners were eligible to compete to be the Vermont representative to the National runoff for the Stockholm Junior Water Prize. 

     Two Third Prizes to projects involving water pollution control, water quality, or drinking water, High School, - $75 each

          plus $10,000 per year Next Generation Scholarship to Green Mountain College*

          Jennifer Needle   Northfield High School

          Cody Yu   South Burlington High School

 

     Second Prize to a project involving water pollution control, water quality, or drinking water, High School, - $100

          plus $10,000 per year Next Generation Scholarship to Green Mountain College* 

          Marie Schwalbe   Rutland High School   

          

     First Prize to the top project involving water pollution control, water quality, or drinking water, High School, - $200   

          plus $10,000 per year Next Generation Scholarship to Green Mountain College*

          Riya Patel    South Burlington High School 

 

 Riya Patel won the Vermont Slot to the National Runoff.  At the National Runoff, she did not place among the top winners of the 50 entrants but "had a great time" and learned a lot.

 

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