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2017 Siemens competition. Semifinalists include: Mutahara Bhuiyan who worked with Dr. Benjamin Hsiao of Chemistry; Brendon Choy and Jessica Li who worked with Dr. Iwao Ojima of Chemistry; Ella Feiner who worked with Dr. Benjamin Martin and Dr. David Q. Matus of Biochemistry & Cell Biology; Alex Ke who worked with DR. Ya S. Wang of Mechanical Engineering; Thomas McGee who worked with Dr. Joshua Plotkin of Neurobiology & Behavior; William Peng who worked with Dr. Abhay Deshpande of Physics & Astronomy; and Justin Zhang who worked with Dr. Minh Hoai Nguyen of Computer Science.
Jessican Tian, 2016 Simons Fellow, in the News: "Teen invents a dip to keep germs away." See >>
Regeneron Science Talent Search (STS). 2017 Regeneron STS Scholars include Simons Fellows Annette Chang who worked with Dr. Carlos Simmerling in Chemistry; Aurnov Chattopadhyay and Jessica Tian who worked with Dr. Benjamin Hsiao in Chemistry; Veda Murthy who worked with Dr. Dimitris Samaras in Computer Science; Kirti Nath who worked with Dr. Anne McElroy of SoMAS; Emily Peterson who worked with Dr. Marcia Simon of the Dental School and Dr. Miriam Ravailoich of Materials Science & Engineering; Ben Rhee who worked with Dr. Brian Colle in SoMAS; Arjun Subramaniam who worked with Dr. Tom MacCarthy of Applied Mathematics & Statistics; and Ruisi Zhong who worked with Dr. David Talmage of Pharmacological Sciences and Dr. Lorna Role of Neurobiology. We also congratulate Eric Han, Apoorv Khandelwal, Sophia Li, Praharshasai Paladugu, Aakanksha Saxena and Alec Sun for being named Regeneron STS Scholars, based on STS research projects done elsewhere. Regeneron STS Finalists include Apoorv Khandelwal, Emily Peterson, Arjun Subramaniam, Alec Sun, and Jessica Tian.
2015 Siemens Competition.
SB Press Release 10.27.14 - 17 Siemens Competition Regional Finalists mentored at Stony Brook
Ruchi Shah, and Ana-Maria Constantin, Simons Fellows '11, make the hercampus.com's 22 under 22 list:
Recent Simons Fellows honored at the Intel ISEF competition include: Justin Barish (Systems Software); Scott Mass (Cellular & Molecular Biology); Vaishnavi Shrivastava (Biomedical and Health Sciences); and Glenn Yu (Biochemistry). Glenn will be coming back to Stony Brook to attend the Stony Brook Symposium on Chemical Synthesis in Life Sciences where his mentor, Prof. Ojima, will be honored.
Vaishnavi Shrivastava, Simons Fellow '14, awarded first place in Bay Area biogenius
SB Press Release 3.11.15- Simons Fellow Wins Second Place Medal in Intel STS.
Videos of previous Simons Fellows featured on SB website. View "Mentoring Excellence" here >>.
2015 Intel STS Competition.On March 10, Saranesh Prembabu was presented with the Second Place Medal of Distinction for Innovation at the Intel STS award ceremony. See more >>.
SB Press Release 1.25.13- Four High School Students Mentored at Stony Brook Among 40 Intel STS Finalists
Ruchi Shah, Simons Fellow '11, receives SUNY ACT Excellence and Student Initiative Scholarship.
Joshua Kantharia, Simons Fellow '09, featured on SB website.
Dr. Berhane Ghebrehiwet, "A Mentor for Life", featured on Stony Brook School of Medicine site.
March 2014 - SB feature on Intel f inalists and their mentors (posted 3/4/14)
Brian Ralph, Simons Fellow '10, featured on SB
Drs. James & Marilyn Simons honored with 2013 Carnegie Medal of Philanthropy; Edinburgh, October 17. Read more here.
Ruchi Shah, Simons Fellow '11, now in her freshman year at Stony Brook University and a member of WISE/Scholars for Medicine, invited to speak at Forbes Women's Summit in Manhattan on May 8-9, 2013. Read more here.
News - 2012 Simons Fellows
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SBU Mentors Four Intel Finalists
SB Press Release 1.9.13- SBU Faculty Mentors 35 Semifinalists in 2013 Intel Science Competition
S012-13 Intel STS Competition. This year's Intel STS Finalists include: Kevin Chen, Mayuri Sridhar, Raghav Tripathi, and Michael Zhang.
Fall 2012 - New online application format posted for students applying to 2013 summer program.
News – 2011 Simons Fellows