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Featured Shorians: MMSTC
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On this #FacesFriday, we are highlighting Lake Shore's Macomb Mathematics Science Technology Center students.
At the MMSTC, Jalen Awosika, Noah Baier, Alex Bonello, and Sarah Showers, our 4 Lake Shore seniors, delivered a 15-20 minute scientific research presentation this week on a topic of interest from the biology, physics, or chemistry fields.
Noah Baier from Lake Shore High School and his partner Nasif Zaman from Warren Mott High School researched how a magnet's volume and the current supplied affects the voltage output of an electromagnetic generator. As you can see in this video clip, Noah explains their problem statement and hypothesis, important components of any scientific research.
Mary Doppke, mother of Noah, described her son as "a gift from God." She said, "He is ranked 2nd in his graduating class, participates in cross country, swimming, and track, and is self motivated." It is obvious from his work ethic that he is and will continue to be a star.
Because of the caliber of their research, several MMSTC students will present their findings with the community at the "People's Choice" Science Symposium on Thursday, January 27th from 5:30-7:30pm at the Butcher Community Center.
Lake Shore currently has 21 MMSTC students spanning grades 9-12.