In partnership with The Delaware Valley Science Fairs, The Dietrich W. Botstiber Foundation is honoring three students whose research is related to aviation and physics by offering them an $8333 unrestricted scholarship. The winners will be awarded just over $2000 per year, for four years, pending maintenance of full-time status and good academic standing.
Congratulations to the following students and their award-winning projects:
Josiah Saddick, Upper Darby High School
Earth & Space Science category: Basalt Thickness of Mare Imbrium Using Two Methods
Vrishti Yadav, North Penn High School
Engineering category: Smart Exoskeleton Knee Brace for ALS Patients
Anna Zeigler, Cherry Hill High School West
Engineering category: Determining the Efficiency of Varying Spoke Patterns with Airless Tires
Founded in 1949, The Delaware Valley Science Fairs, Inc. is a non-profit organization sponsored by area companies, foundations, universities, and individual donors. The students are involved in sophisticated research projects that focus on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) topics in 13 different categories, Team Projects, and (for 6th – 8th grades) Consumer Science.
For more information: https://www.dvsf.org/