Susan Lee ’19 Takes First Place Award in ASA National Data Visualization Poster Competition

Susan Lee ’19 researched the impacts of formal Sex Education on STI/SSTD’s and adolescent pregnancy in the United States, as compared to that of the Netherlands. Pictured above is Susan and her AP Statistics teacher, Ellen Greenberg. Susan will take home $300 and a plaque, and also earned a plaque for our school. There will… Read More

Regeneron Science Talent Search Scholars

Congratulations to Justin, Kevin, and Andy! Justin Chang, ’19Rheb, a Ras-like Small GTPase, Interacts with WFS1 Protein (Wolframin): Implications of Rheb Signaling Pathways in Wolfram Syndrome 1Advisors: Dr. Joseph Avruch and Dr. Noriko Oshiro, Avruch Laboratory, Harvard Medical School Kaiying (Kevin) Hou, ’19 The Hardness of Finding Hamiltonian Cycle in Grids Graphs of Semi-Regular TessellationsAdvisor: Jayson Lynch,… Read More

Rudd Fawcett ’18 Wins ASA Competition

Statistics students of Ellen Greenberg and Emily Landes, instructors in mathematics, statistics, and computer science, submitted entries to the American Statistical Association Data Visualization Competition, and—for the second year in a row!—an Andover student took first place. Congratulations to Rudd Fawcett ’18 for winning with his poster “Charting Chart Toppers.” Fawcett’s AP Statistics poster project… Read More