CSSF Category Awards: 2015
Mammalian Biology

Junior Division


Awards Ceremony photo to come

J1206 — First Place
Jonathan A. Daniels, Grade 6
Texting while Walking: Dangerous or Not?
Advisor: Mrs. Renee Klingenberg
School: Barstow Christian School, Barstow, San Bernardino County
J1225 — Second Place
Shruti Verma, Grade 8
Nature vs. Nurture: Why Do I Have Glasses?
Advisor: Mrs. Elaine Gillum
School: Marshall (Thurgood) Middle School, San Diego, San Diego County
J1213 — Third Place
Ethan X. Gutierrez, Grade 7
Homeopathic Remedies That May Kill Cancer
Advisor: Dr. William Lowry
School: McPherson Magnet School, Orange, Orange County
J1223 — Fourth Place
Nikhil Sundrani, Grade 8
The Effects of Air Pollution on Lung Capacity in Adolescents
Advisor: Mr. Peter Chilpigian
School: Alta Sierra Intermediate School, Clovis, Fresno County
J1202 — Honorable Mention
Mahnur A. Bharucha, Grade 7
Cat vs. Cat: Prevalence of Intestinal Parasites in Shelter and Domestic Cats
Advisor: Mrs. Mariam Rangoonwala
School: Institute of Knowledge, Diamond Bar, Los Angeles County
J1214 — Honorable Mention
Prathik Kakarlamudi, Grade 6
Aditya U. Udgaonkar, Grade 6
Can We Measure the Concentration of Glucose in Our Eye Tears by Simple Means?
Advisor: Mrs. Kanchan Bhandare
School: Merryhill School, Milpitas, Santa Clara County
J1219 — Honorable Mention
Caelen G. McQuilkin, Grade 8
Perfectly Pika: Extreme Temperature Moderation
Advisor: Dr. Connie Millar
School: Lee Vining Elementary School, Lee Vining, Mono County
J1222 — Honorable Mention
Kristen R. Schiavon, Grade 8
Can a Migratory Mule Deer Herd's Travel Routes Be Manipulated or Controlled?
Advisor: Mrs. Nicole Luckin
School: Fairmont Elementary School, Sanger, Fresno County

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