The best & brightest scientific minds in Metro find a home at Vanderbilt

Twenty-six incoming MNPS freshmen have the chance to do advanced scientific research and be published in professional scientific journals before graduating.

How?

The School for Science and Math, which is a collaborative project of Vanderbilt University Medical Center and Metro Nashville Public Schools, has just welcomed the class of 2017.

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  • Anagha Ashokan, Meigs Middle School, Hume-Fogg High School
  • Asthana Mehul, Oliver Middle School, Overton High School
  • Naureen Azeez, West End Middle School, Hillsboro High School
  • Duncan Broadie, Meigs Middle School, Hume-Fogg High School
  • Divya Dayanidhi, Martin Luther King, Jr. Middle School, Martin Luther King, Jr. High School
  • Micah Foster, J.T. Moore Middle School, Hume-Fogg High School
  • Priyadharshi Gajendiran, Martin Luther King, Jr. Middle School, Martin Luther King, Jr. High School
  • Trey Gibson, Martin Luther King, Jr. Middle School, Martin Luther King, Jr. High School
  • Alice Irizarry, West End Middle School, Hillsboro High School
  • Anna Ledeczi, Meigs Middle School, Hume-Fogg High School
  • Kenneth Liao, Martin Luther King, Jr. Middle School, Martin Luther King, Jr. High School
  • Helena Makendengue, Rose Park Middle School, Martin Luther King, Jr. High School
  • Anveetha Matta, Martin Luther King, Jr. Middle School, Martin Luther King, Jr. High School
  • Fiona Murphey, West End Middle School, Hume-Fogg High School
  • Aaron Oates, Rose Park Middle School, Martin Luther King, Jr. High School
  • Allison Pao, Martin Luther King, Jr. Middle School, Martin Luther King, Jr. High School
  • Kunj Patel, Martin Luther King, Jr. Middle School, Martin Luther King, Jr. High School
  • Sabeen Rehman, Meigs Middle School, Hume-Fogg High School
  • Anna Reside, Martin Luther King, Jr. Middle School, Martin Luther King, Jr. High School
  • Sanjana Senapati, Meigs Middle School, Hume-Fogg High School
  • Aditya Srivastava, Meigs Middle School, Hume-Fogg High School
  • Vamsi Subraveti, Martin Luther King, Jr. Middle School, Martin Luther King, Jr. High School
  • Zachary Taylor, Meigs Middle School, Hume-Fogg High School
  • Emma Rae Tennent, East Magnet Middle School, Hume-Fogg High School
  • Rosaline Tep, Goodlettsville Middle School, Hunters Lane High School
  • Lawand Yaseen, Martin Luther King, Jr. Middle School, Martin Luther King, Jr. High School

These students were selected on the basis of test scores, grades, personal essays and teacher recommendations. The top candidates were interviewed before the final selections were made. These students will begin a four-year interdisciplinary, research-based program that utilizes hands-on learning and pairs students with Vanderbilt scientists and researchers.

Congratulations. We expect great things!

Learn more about the School for Science and Math at Vanderbilt.

Posted on May 16, 2013, in Community Partners, News, Students and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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