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Next Generation Scholarship Winners

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Vermont's Next Generation Scholarships

 

Using Science, Technology, Engineering and Math to keep the next generation in Vermont...

 

2014 Next Generation Scholarship Winners

 

Green Mountain College 

$10,000 per year ($40,000 over four years)

2014 winners of the local awards listed below:

 

These scholarships come with the following additional conditions:

     Students must maintain a 3.0 cumulative high school and college gpa. 
     Students must meet all other admissions requirements.     
     Each student may only win one scholarship.
     This scholarship is not transferable and only may be used at Green Mountain College.

 

American Chemical Society, Green Mountain Local Section:      

     Jonathan Burke,     St. Francis Xavier School     

     Hannah Choiniere,     Missisquoi Valley Union High School

     Caitlin Roberts,     Windsor High School

     Haley Koenig,     Northfield Middle High School

 

Ethical Science & Education Coalition:         

     Nicholas LeBeau,      Windsor High School

 

Green Mountain Water Environment Association:            

     Ateev Nahar,      South Burlington H.S.

 

Northeast Branch for American Society for Microbiology:

     Nirali Desai,      South Burlington H.S. 

 

Stockholm Junior Water Prize:

     Devin Hebert,      South Burlington High School

 

Vermont Chapter of Sigma Xi:

     Natalie Oberding,      Burlington Technical Center

     Katina Garrow,      St. Francis Xavier School

 

 

$15,000 per year ($60,000 over four years)

 2014 winners of the ISEF trip awards listed below:

 

     Abigail Millard              

     Gailin Pease

     Nevil Desai

 


 

Norwich University awards Next Generation and Norwich University Math Science Scholarships to specific categories of juniors and the ISEF trip winners:

 

These scholarships come with the following additional conditions:

     Students must maintain a 2.5 cumulative high school and college GPA.

     Students must meet all other admissions requirements.     

     Each student may only win one scholarship.

     This scholarship is not transferable and only may be used at Norwich University.

 

 

$5,000 per year ($20,000 over four years)

 

Five highest scoring projects with juniors in the 2014 Vermont State Science & Math Fair:

Abigail Millard from Windsor H.S.

Catilin Roberts from Windsor H.S.

Rachael Barney from Northfield Middle H.S.

Andrew Hubbard from Mississquoi Valley Union

Brett Johnson from Mississquoi Valley Union

 

No additional juniors who are 2014 winners of an High School National Award or the United States Government Award:

 

Each of the 2014 winners of the ISEF trip awards:

Gailin Pease, Burlington HS        

Nevil Desai, South Burlington HS 


 

Saint Michael’s College awards Certificates of Recognition to 3 recipients selected by members of the Saint Michael's community during the Vermont State Science and Mathematics Fair.  The certificate entitles the recipient to be eligible for one of the following levels of Next Generation Scholarships; the level to be awarded will be based on the recipient's success in high school.

 

These scholarships come with the following additional conditions:

     Students must maintain a 3.0 cumulative high school and college gpa. 

     Students must meet all other admissions requirements.     

     Each student may only win one of the scholarships.

     This scholarship is not transferable and only may be used at Saint Michael's College for Academic Years 2014 and beyond.

 

$15,000 per year ($60,000 over the four years)

$10,000 per year ($40,000 over the four years)

$5,000 per year ($20,000 over the four years)

The 2014 winners:

Caitlin Roberts from Windsor H. S.

 Emma Saucier from Windsor H.S

 


 

Vermont Technical College awards a Certificate of Recognition for the best project in Agriculture by a student in the 10th grade or higher, selected by members of the Vermont Technical College community during the Vermont State Science and Mathematics Fair.  The certificate will entitle the recipient to be eligible for the following Next Generation Scholarship.

 

The scholarship comes with the following additional conditions:

     Student must maintain a 3.0 cumulative high school and college GPA. 

     Student must meet all other admissions requirements.

     This scholarship is not transferable and only may be used at Vermont Technical College for Academic Years 2014 and beyond.

        

$2,500 (quarter tuition) per year ($10,000 over the four years)

The 2014 Winner is:

     Andrew Hubbard AND Brett Johnson BOTH from Mississquoi Valley Union

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2013 Next Generation Scholarship Winners

 

Green Mountain College awards Next Generation Scholarships to winners of specific awards.

 

These scholarships come with the following additional conditions:

     Students must maintain a 3.0 cumulative high school and college gpa. 
     Students must meet all other admissions requirements.     
     Each student may only win one scholarship.
     This scholarship is not transferable and only may be used at Green Mountain College.

  

$10,000 per year ($40,000 over four years)

2013 winners of the local awards listed below:

 

 

American Chemical Society, Green Mountain Local Section:      

     Marissa Arduca,     Rutland HS. 

     Sophia Moore,     Christ the King, Rutland (grade 7)

     Vignesh Rajendran,     Essex HS.

 

Ethical Science & Education Coalition:         

    Peter Jaarsma,     Windsor High School

 

Green Mountain Water Environment Association:            

     Elissa Doering,     Randolph Home School Co-op. (grade 7)

     Shavari Athalye,     South Burlington HS

     Alec Gelfenbein,     South Burlington HS

     Basunhara Mukherjee,     South Burlington High School

 

Northeast Branch for American Society for Microbiology & Vermont Academy of Arts Science:

     Christopher Petrillo,     Champlain Valley Union High School and

 

Vermont Chapter of Sigma Xi:

     Alexander Pasanen,     South Burlington High School,

      Timothy Hughes,     Rutland High School,

 

$15,000 per year ($60,000 over four years)

 2013 winners of the ISEF trip awards listed below:

 

     Abigail Millard,     Windsor HS       

     Jaime Nolan & Rachel Meagher,     Windsor HS       

     Janie Merrick,     South Burlington HS

 

 


 

Norwich University awards Next Generation and Norwich University Math Science Scholarships to specific categories of juniors and the ISEF trip winners:

 

These scholarships come with the following additional conditions:

     Students must maintain a 2.5 cumulative high school and college GPA.

     Students must meet all other admissions requirements.     

     Each student may only win one scholarship.

     This scholarship is not transferable and only may be used at Norwich University.

 

 

$5,000 per year ($20,000 over four years)

 

Five highest scoring projects with juniors in the 2013 Vermont State Science & Math Fair:

     Katherine Fusco,     Rutland High School,

     Basundhara Mukerjee,     South Burlington High School

     Elijah Eaton, Taylor Marquis, & Kraig McFadden,      Missisquoi Valley Union High School

     Christina Lovett,     Rutland High School 

     Caitlin Hanley,      Rutland High School

 

 Additional juniors who are 2013 winners of an High School National Award or the United States Government Award:

      Courtney Connolly,      Rutland High School;     Yale SEA 

 

Each of the 2013 winners of the ISEF trip awards:

     Abigail Millard,     Windsor HS       

     Jaime Nolan & Rachel Meagher,     Windsor HS       

     Janie Merrick,     South Burlington HS

 


 

Saint Michael’s College awards Certificates of Recognition to 3 recipients selected by members of the Saint Michael's community during the Vermont State Science and Mathematics Fair.  The certificate entitles the recipient to be eligible for one of the following levels of Next Generation Scholarships; the level to be awarded will be based on the recipient's success in high school.

 

These scholarships come with the following additional conditions:

     Students must maintain a 3.0 cumulative high school and college gpa. 

     Students must meet all other admissions requirements.     

     Each student may only win one of the scholarships.

     This scholarship is not transferable and only may be used at Saint Michael's College for Academic Years 2013 and beyond.

 

$15,000 per year ($60,000 over the four years)

$10,000 per year ($40,000 over the four years)

$5,000 per year ($20,000 over the four years)

The 2013 winners:

     Elijah Rachlin,      South Burlington HS

     Christina Lovett,     Rutland High School, and

     T.J. Baumier,      Avalon Triumvirate Academy

 


 

Vermont Technical College awards a Certificate of Recognition for the best project in Agriculture by a student in the 10th grade or higher, selected by members of the Vermont Technical College community during the Vermont State Science and Mathematics Fair.  The certificate will entitle the recipient to be eligible for the following Next Generation Scholarship.

 

The scholarship comes with the following additional conditions:

     Student must maintain a 3.0 cumulative high school and college GPA. 

     Student must meet all other admissions requirements.

     This scholarship is not transferable and only may be used at Vermont Technical College for Academic Years 2013 and beyond.

        

$2,500 (quarter tuition) per year ($10,000 over the four years)

The 2013 Winner is:

     Lydia Hoffman,     Northfield High School

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  2012 Next Generation Scholarship Winners

 

Green Mountain College awards Next Generation Green Mountain Scholarships to winners of specific awards.

 

These scholarships come with the following additional conditions:

Students must maintain a 3.0 cumulative high school and college gpa. 

Students must meet all other admissions requirements.      Each student may only win one of the following scholarships.

This scholarship is not transferable and only may be used at Green Mountain College.

 

Each of the 2012 winners of the local awards listed below won:

 $10,000 per year ($40,000 over four years)

 

American Chemical Society, Green Mountain Local Section:       JENNA KEITH from RUTLAND HIGH SCHOOL,  

MARLYNN SERWILI  from ST. FRANCIS XAVIER SCHOOL and SAMUEL HALL from WEATHERSFIELD SCHOOL    

 

Ethical Science & Education Coalition:           LENA COHEN from RUTLAND HIGH SCHOOL

 

Green Mountain Water Environment Association:             ALI COOK and SALLY KIM, both from ESSEX HIGH SCHOOL for their group project and  BASUNDHARA MUKHERJEE from SOUTH BURLINGTON HIGH SCHOOL

 

Northeast Branch for American Society for Microbiology: Same winners as Green Mountain Water Environment Association

 

Vermont Chapter of Sigma Xi: MARIA PIERSON from FOLSOM COMMUNITY EDUCATION CENTER and COURTNEY WRIGHT from SOUTH BURLINGTON HIGH SCHOOL

 

Stockholm Junior Water Prize:   BASUNDHARA MUKHERJEE from SOUTH BURLINGTON HIGH SCHOOL 

 

Vermont Academy of Arts Science:  The group project that won GMWEA

 

Each of the 2012 winners of the ISEF trip awards listed below won:

$15,000 per year ($60,000 over four years)

 

Raihan Kabir from South Burlington High School

          Project:  The Effectiveness and Viability of Arsenic Bioaccumulation

Winthrop Townsend IV from Windsor High School

          Project:  Airfoil Surface Textures

Group of Ali Cook & Sally Kim from Essex High School

          Project:  Conducting Electricity Using a Microbial Fuel Cell

 

Alternate in case any of the winners cannot go

Kellie French from Windsor High School

          Project: Methods of Filtering Water in Third World Countries

 


 

Norwich University awards Next Generation, Norwich University Math Science Scholarships to specific categories of juniors and the ISEF trip winners:

 

These scholarships come with the following additional conditions:

Students must maintain a 2.5 cumulative high school and college GPA. 

Students must meet all other admissions requirements.      Each student may only win one of the following scholarships.

This scholarship is not transferable and only may be used at Norwich University.

 

Each of the winners listed below with the five highest judging scores among juniors in the 2012 Vermont State Science & Math Fair won:

$5,000 per year ($20,000 over four years)

 

LENA COHEN from Rutland High School

TUCKER GILMAN from WINDSOR HIGH SCHOOL

ELISE HUNTLEY a HOMESCHOOL STUDENT

ZACHARY PHELPS from RUTLAND HIGH SCHOOL

CAMERON PIERCE from RUTLAND HIGH SCHOOL

PEARL WEGGLER from   NORTHFIELD HIGH SCHOOL

 

Each junior who is a 2012 winner of the High School National Awards or the United States Government Awards won:

$5,000 per year ($20,000 over four years)

 

There were no winners this year in this category.

 

Each of the 2012 winners of the ISEF trip awards listed below won:

$5,000 per year ($20,000 over four years)

 

Raihan Kabir from South Burlington High School

          Project:  The Effectiveness and Viability of Arsenic Bioaccumulation

Winthrop Townsend IV from Windsor High School

          Project:  Airfoil Surface Textures

Group of Ali Cook & Sally Kim from Essex High School

          Project:  Conducting Electricity Using a Microbial Fuel Cell

 

Alternate in case any of the winners cannot go

Kellie French from Windsor High School

          Project: Methods of Filtering Water in Third World Countries

 


 

Saint Michael’s College awards Certificates of Recognition for an undetermined number of recipients in categories selected by members of the Saint Michael's community during the Vermont State Science and Mathematics Fair.  The certificate entitles the recipient to be eligible for one of the following levels of Next Generation Scholarships; the level to be awarded will be based on the recipient's success in high school.

 

$15,000 Scholarship: $15,000 Scholarship per year ($60,000 over the four years)

$10,000 Scholarship: $10,000 Scholarship per year ($40,000 over the four years)

$5,000 Scholarship: $5,000 Scholarship per year ($20,000 over the four years)

 

These scholarships come with the following additional conditions:

Students must maintain a 3.0 cumulative high school and college gpa. 

Students must meet all other admissions requirements.      Each student may only win one of the scholarships.

This scholarship is not transferable and only may be used at Saint Michael's College for Academic Years 2012 and beyond.

 

The 2012 winners are:

Jane Goodwin, grade 10, Woodstock Union HS

Markie Palermo, grade 11, Essex HS

Sara Ogorzalek, grade 11, Rutland HS

 


 

Vermont Technical College awards a Certificate of Recognition for the best project in Agriculture by a student in the 10th grade or higher, selected by members of the Vermont Technical College community during the Vermont State Science and Mathematics Fair.  The certificate will entitle the recipient to be eligible for the following Next Generation Scholarship.

 

$2,500 Scholarship: $2,500 Scholarship (quarter tuition) per year ($10,000 over the four years)

 

The scholarship comes with the following additional conditions:

Student must maintain a 3.0 cumulative high school and college GPA. 

Student must meet all other admissions requirements.

This scholarship is not transferable and only may be used at Vermont Technical College for Academic Years 2012 and beyond.

        

The 2012 Winner is:

 

ABBY MILLARD from WINDSOR HIGH SCHOOL

 

 



 

2009 Next Generation Scholarship Winners

 

 

Green Mountain College  awarded Next Generation Conditional Scholarships to the 2009

Vermont State Science and Mathematics Fair winners of the: 

 

ISEF Competition $15,000/yr for 4 years*:

Brian Ribbans, Mount Saint Joseph High School

Caroline Weaver, South BurlingtonHS 

 

Local Sponsors Competition $10,000/yr for 4 years*:

 

Ethical Science & Education Coalition
Madeleine Slack, Rutland HS

 

American Chemical Society
Meghan Lavoie, Mater Christi School
Alex Drost, Rutland HS

 

Green Mountain Water Environment
Rebecca Goldberg, South Burlington HS
Aya Alnamee, South Burlington HS

 

Northeast Branch for American Society for Microbiology
Chantal Girard, South Burlington HS
Leah Ragstad, Mill River Union HS

 

Sigma Xi
Rainbow Squire, Mill River Union HS 

Vermont Agency of Natural Resources

Eliza Warren-Shriner,  Kvehl McDermott, Maya von Wodtke, Brattleboro Union HS;

Ajay Patel and Austine Ventrone, South Burlington HS

 

Stockholm International Water Institute- Stephanie Chang, South Burlington HS

 

 

 

Norwich University awarded Next Generation ConditionalScholarships to the following Juniors who were 2009 

Vermont State Science and Mathematics Fair Local and ISEF Awards winners: 

 

Local Sponsors Competition $5,000/yr for 4 years*:

 

American Chemical Society, Green Mountain Local Section- Alex Drost, Windsor HS

 

Entergy Vermont Yankee- Ellie Briggs, Rutland HS

 

Northeast Branch American Society for Microbiology- Chantel Girard, South Burlington HS

 

I-SWEEEP Scholarship Award- James Hughes, Rutland HS

 

Vermont State Science and Mathematics Fair ISEF-associated Awards competition $5,000/yr for 4 years*

 

American Meteorological Society- William White, Windsor HS

 

Intel Excellence in Computer Science- Alex Drost, Windsor HS

 

UYale Science and Engineering Association- Brian Holloway, Windsor HS

 

United States Army Computer Science- Alex Drost, Windsor HS

 

United States Navy and Marine CorpsChantal Girard, South Burlington HS

 

 

Vermont State Science and Mathematics Fair ISEF-Gold Medallion Awards competition $5,000/yr for 4 years*:

 

Ellen Osowski, Rutland HS; Jay Schwalbe, Rutland HS; John Triano, Northfield HS, and Claire Maass, Rutland HS

 

 

 

Saint Michael’s College awarded Next Generation Conditional Scholarships to the following 2009 

Vermont State Science and Mathematics Fair winners: 

 

Kyle Chu, South Burlington HS, Graduation date 2011

 

Braelynn Leppert Hill, Rice Memorial HS, Graduation date 2013

 

Kelsey Norman, Rutland HS, Graduation date 2010

 

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