Category: Winners 2011

Winners of Mars Education Challenge 2011

Winners of Mars Education Challenge 2011

There were five national finalists and one national winner in this program in 2011: the three top winners at the NSTA avenue in San Francisco Grand Prize Winner Howard Lineberger, of Durham Academy Upper School in Durham, NC Powerpoint Presentation |¬†Curriculum Support Materials Runner-Up Prize Winners Andrew Hilt, of West Bend West High School in […]

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