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Red River High School Student Receives Science Recognition

News Release                                                              

For Immediate Release 

September 15, 2021                         

Red River High School Student Receives Science Recognition

GRAND FORKS, N.D. – Madelyn Streyle, a freshman at Red River High School, has been announced as one of the Top 300 MASTERS in the 10th annual Broadcom MASTERS®, a Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) competition for middle school students.

The Broadcom MASTERS, a program of the Society for Science, seeks to inspire young scientists, engineers, and innovators to solve challenges of the 21st Century.

Streyle will receive a $125 award from the Department of Defense STEM, and a prize package including an award ribbon, certificate of accomplishment, backpack, invention journal, and several magazine subscriptions.

Lucas Moldenhauer, science teacher at South Middle School and Streyle’s mentor for her project, will receive a tote bag, a special edition booklet of Science News for Students, and a one-year digital subscription to Science News magazine.

“Congratulations to the 300 Broadcom MASTERS,” said Maya Ajmera, President and CEO of the Society for Science and Publisher of Science News. “These students have shown tremendous grit and perseverance by conducting scientific or engineering research during a worldwide pandemic. Their curiosity and determination are inspiring for all.”

The Top 300 MASTERS were selected from 1,841 students. Only students who were selected in the top 10 percent of their science fair were eligible to enter the Broadcom MASTERS.