Four MCPS Students Named Regeneron Science Talent Search Scholars

by MCS Staff

Four MCPS students—three at Montgomery Blair High School and one at Poolesville High School—have been named Regeneron Science Talent Search scholars. This is one of the nation’s most prestigious science and math competition for seniors. A total of 300 scholars were selected from the U.S., Puerto Rico and four other countries. Each student will be awarded $2,000 and their schools will be awarded $2,000 for each enrolled scholar. The MCPS Regeneron scholars and their research topics are:

  • Nathan Shan, Montgomery Blair High School, Built-In Injustice: Institutional Bias in Energy Infrastructure and Access
  • Joshua Wang, Montgomery Blair High School, AutoPower: Detecting IoT Malware with Power Measurements
  • Celine Wu, Montgomery Blair High School, Most Significant Factors Associated with Marijuana Use by U.S. High School Students During 1991 to 2019
  • Andrew Yuan, Poolesville High School, Assigning Agents To Increase Network-Based Community Diversity

Later this month, 40 of the 300 students will be named Regeneron Science Talent Search finalists. 2023 List of Regeneron Science Talent Search Scholars


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