Shaler Area students earn awards in regional science
Autumn Roney and trifold   Jordan Dourlain and trifold
Autumn Roney                                                      Jordan Dourlain

Two Shaler Area High School students were recognized for their participation in the Carnegie Science Center’s Covestro Pittsburgh Regional Science & Engineering Fair.

Jordan Dourlain, a senior, placed 4th in the Earth/Space/Environmental division for her project “Managing the Detrimental Effects of Surface Water Runoff.”

Additionally, Autumn Roney, a junior, earned a Sponsor’s Award from NACE International for her project “Mitigating Acid Rain Damage with Coatings” as well as a scholarship to Gannon University.

More than 1,000 students from more than 100 schools across western Pennsylvania and Maryland competed for $1 million in cash prizes and scholarships this year at the Carnegie Science Center’s Covestro Pittsburgh Regional Science & Engineering Fair, which took place on March 29, at Heinz Field. The Covestro Pittsburgh Regional Science & Engineering Fair, a program of Carnegie Science Center’s Duquesne Light Center for STEM Education and Career Development, has been a Pittsburgh tradition since 1940. It is the third oldest science fair in the United States under the affiliation of the Society for Science and the Public. 
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