Science Fair

Ballwin-Chesterfield Supports the Greater St. Louis Metropolitan Science Fair.  

STEM committee members Sandra Murdoch, Marcia Block, and Jean Elliott judge the Honors Division Science Fair Projects each April at Queeny Park in St. Louis County. Two female awardees are selected with preference given to projects that reflect the mission of AAUW.
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View Ballwin-Chesterfield’s award-winning Community STEM project , STEM GIRLS OF PROMISE.

This note was received from the St. Louis Science Fair Committee:

Thank you so very much for continuing to support Academy of Science- St. Louis Science Fair students! The students are always so excited when they learn that they’ve been selected to receive an award from the American Association of University Women. Their faces really do light up!
Your generosity reaches students at the pivotal moment in their development, giving them the confidence to keep pursuing their work in STEM. You are fostering the next generation of doctors, physicists and engineers. Together we are building a brighter future for us all!Here are your honorable awardees:

 Honors Division
The Effect of Angle of Incline on Knee Joints by Caroline Dunn,  St. Joseph’s Academy
Grade 11   –   $100 Gift Card

Honors Division
The Effect of Caffeine on Reproduction Rates of First Generation Drosophila Offspring by Katherine Schwegmann, Kirkwood High School Grade 12 – $100 Gift Card