Bangor SMART students capture local, regional and national awards

Bangor High School SMART students have been wildly successful this spring at various STEM competitions:

Ty Delargy placed 1st in the engineering category at the New England Northern Junior Science and Humanities Symposium, and then went on to place 3rd in engineering at the National JSHS in Maryland in early May.

Mei Tian won the Maine Stockholm Junior Water Prize in April, and has advanced to the U.S. Stockholm Junior Water Prize national competition to be held June 15-17 in North Carolina.

Lily McLaughlin and Noah Gagne received 1st place for their poster presentation at the Maine Water and Sustainability Conference in Augusta, ME in March.

At the Maine State Science Fair in March, Maddie Brookings, Mei Tian, and John Connors swept the awards in the category of Environmental Science finishing 1st, 2nd, and 3rd respectively. Amara Ifeji won first place in the Plant Ecology category. Ty Delargy won first place in the Engineering category and  was also a Grand Award winner and is one of three students selected to represent Maine at the International Science and Engineering Fair in Pittsburgh.

Congratulations to all for being recognized for high quality, exemplary research!