CSSF Students Named as Semifinalists in the
Fourth Annual Discovery Young Scientist Challenge

Seventeen CSSF Students Named to Elite 400

(August 13, 2002) - Seventeen participants in the 2002 California State Science Fair have been named as semifinalists in the 2002 Discovery Young Scientist Challenge. In total, 19 California students have been named semifinalists, including two California students who qualified through other science fairs in California which are DYSC-ISEF affiliates. The DYSC is a national science competition for students in grades 5-8 created by DCI and Science Service to encourage the exploration, understanding, and communication of science among the next generation of America's youth.

The 17 California State Science Fair participants named as DYSC semifinalists are:

Student City
J0102 Behm, Phillip Benjamin Laguna Hills
J0310 Delphey, Eden Christina San Diego
J1907 Ellis, Vincenzo Allessandro San Diego
J0709 Girard, Ian Ray Bayside
J1412 Haas, Christine Sanger
J1211 Ho, Richard Fanchiun Los Altos Hills
J0715 Kumar, Asmita Goleta
J1199 Muirheid, Ashley Nicole Fresno
J0619 Nelson, Scott S. Thermal
J0228 Nguyen, Anthony Tuan Fullerton
J1433 Ruf, Rebecca May San Jose
J1809 Schuster, Gregory Paul Murrieta
J0237 Sepetov, Anton N. Los Gatos
J1022 Stainbrook, Haileigh Kate Piedra
J1538 Stephens-Doll, Katherine Christine Jamul
J0931 Suarez, Allison Gabrielle Valley Springs
J0937 Winslow, Jonathan Wesley El Granada

On Wednesday, September 18, 2002, the 40 finalists will be announced. For this announcement check the official DYSC website at www.discovery.com/dysc or the Science Service site at www.sciserv.org/dysc.

Last updated; Fri Aug 16 10:41:23 PDT 2002
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