CSEF Category Awards: 2019
Behavioral & Social Sciences

Senior Division


Awards Ceremony photo to come

S0412 — First Place
Audrey Y. Ha, Grade 9 portrait
Fostering Racial Tolerance in High Schools: Researching Correlations between Tolerance, Activities, and Demographics
Advisor: Ms. Rachel Richards
School: Menlo-Atherton High School, Atherton, San Mateo County
S0407 — Second Place
Sean Cai, Grade 10 portrait
Analyzing Stratified Ethical Behavior at Executive Levels Using Shareholder Regression Models and Firm Value
Advisor: Mrs. Elaine Gillum
School: Scripps Ranch High School, San Diego, San Diego County
S0408 — Third Place
Brianna M. Camero, Grade 12 portrait
Bhjan Kaur, Grade 12 portrait
Erudition Identification: Using Computer Science to Find Literacy Levels
Advisor: Mr. Mike Brasier
School: Ridgeview High School, Bakersfield, Kern County
S0415 — Fourth Place
Arjun R. Neervannan, Grade 11 portrait
Combating Cyberbullying and Toxicity by Teaching AI to Use Linguistic Insights from Human Interactions in Social Media
Advisor: Mr. David Knight
School: University High School, Irvine, Orange County
S0421 — Honorable Mention
Sophia A. Santoso, Grade 10 portrait
What Effect Does Smartphone Usage Have on High School Students?
Advisor: Mr. Matthew Schiller
School: Polytechnic High School, Riverside, Riverside County
S0425 — Honorable Mention
Rhitishah Yuva Raju, Grade 11 portrait
The Reduction of Stress: A Novel Digital Intervention Method Utilizing Neural Oscillation Analysis & Scanning Techniques
Advisor: Mrs. Kelly Colleen
School: Mira Loma High School, Sacramento, Sacramento County

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