Essay Contest 2014

— First Place National Essay Winner ($1,000 scholarship): Angelika Zych, Vanguard High School, in Ocala, Fla.

— Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: Jonathan Homrighausen of Sunnyside High School in Sunnyside, Wash.

— Second Place ($500 scholarship winner): Logan Oyler, Hickory High School, Chesapeake, Va.

— Third Place ($300 scholarship winner): Joey Muffler, Bishop Ireton High School Alexandria, VA The Sigma Delta Chi Foundation of the Society of Professional Journalists and the Journalism Education Association want to increase high school students’ knowledge and understanding of the importance of independent media to our lives.

— Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: Shaj Mathew of Huntingtown High School in Huntingtown, Md.

— Third Place, 0 Scholarship Winner: Xiaonan “ April” Hu of Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology in Alexandria, Va.— Second Place, 0 Scholarship Winner: Second Place, 0 Scholarship Winner: Dan Garon, Robbinsdale Armstrong High School, Plymouth, Minn.— Third Place, 0 Scholarship Winner: Erin Gowdy, Bob Jones High School, Madison, Ala.— Second Place, 0 Scholarship Winner: Evan Rich, Jericho High School, Jericho, N. — Third Place, 0 Scholarship Winner: Danna Seligman, Newbury Park High School, Newbury Park, Ca.— First Place National Essay Winner (

— Third Place, $300 Scholarship Winner: Xiaonan “ April” Hu of Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology in Alexandria, Va.

— Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: Dan Garon, Robbinsdale Armstrong High School, Plymouth, Minn.

— Third Place, $300 Scholarship Winner: Erin Gowdy, Bob Jones High School, Madison, Ala.

— Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: Evan Rich, Jericho High School, Jericho, N. — Third Place, $300 Scholarship Winner: Danna Seligman, Newbury Park High School, Newbury Park, Ca.

— First Place National Essay Winner ($1,000 scholarship): David Kelly, Broomfield High School, Broomfield, Colo.

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— Third Place, $300 Scholarship Winner: Xiaonan “ April” Hu of Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology in Alexandria, Va.— Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: Dan Garon, Robbinsdale Armstrong High School, Plymouth, Minn.— Third Place, $300 Scholarship Winner: Erin Gowdy, Bob Jones High School, Madison, Ala.— Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: Evan Rich, Jericho High School, Jericho, N. — Third Place, $300 Scholarship Winner: Danna Seligman, Newbury Park High School, Newbury Park, Ca.— First Place National Essay Winner ($1,000 scholarship): David Kelly, Broomfield High School, Broomfield, Colo.The Contest is open to medical school students, interns, residents, and fellows; doctoral students and postdoctoral fellows in biomedical sciences; and graduate students in public health or other health professions programs.Applicants must be currently participating in an educational program. First-place award is $10,000 and a trip (economy class travel and one-night hotel stay) to New York City to meet the 2019 Lasker Award winners (on September 20, 2019).Read essay [PDF] — Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: Phoebe Fox of La Pietra Hawaii School for Girls in Honolulu, Hawaii Read essay [PDF] — Third Place, $300 Scholarship Winner: Jacob Bloch of Paul D. Read essay [PDF] — Third Place, $300 Scholarship Winner: Chuli Zeng of Woodbridge High School in Irvine, Calif. Read essay [PDF, 78 KB] — Third Place, $300 Scholarship Winner: Chris Papas of Oakton High School in Vienna, Va.Read essay [PDF] Read essay [PDF] — Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: Niisackey Mills of South Plainfield High School in South Plainfield, N. Read essay [PDF] — Third Place, $300 Scholarship Winner: Dustin Chandler of East Burke High School in Connellys Springs, N. Read essay [PDF] Read essay [PDF, 139 KB] — Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: Shaun Moran of St. Read essay [PDF, 74 KB] — First Place National Essay Winner ($1,000 scholarship): Erin Mc Donough of Bishop O’ Connell High School in Arlington, Va.Field-specific scientific jargon should be avoided or explained.Essays will be evaluated based on 1) the innovation of the ideas and proposals and 2) how well these ideas are conveyed, i.e. Essays that are not written in English or are longer than 800 words will not be considered.

,000 scholarship): David Kelly, Broomfield High School, Broomfield, Colo.The Contest is open to medical school students, interns, residents, and fellows; doctoral students and postdoctoral fellows in biomedical sciences; and graduate students in public health or other health professions programs.Applicants must be currently participating in an educational program. First-place award is ,000 and a trip (economy class travel and one-night hotel stay) to New York City to meet the 2019 Lasker Award winners (on September 20, 2019).Read essay [PDF] — Second Place, 0 Scholarship Winner: Phoebe Fox of La Pietra Hawaii School for Girls in Honolulu, Hawaii Read essay [PDF] — Third Place, 0 Scholarship Winner: Jacob Bloch of Paul D. Read essay [PDF] — Third Place, 0 Scholarship Winner: Chuli Zeng of Woodbridge High School in Irvine, Calif. Read essay [PDF, 78 KB] — Third Place, 0 Scholarship Winner: Chris Papas of Oakton High School in Vienna, Va.Read essay [PDF] Read essay [PDF] — Second Place, 0 Scholarship Winner: Niisackey Mills of South Plainfield High School in South Plainfield, N. Read essay [PDF] — Third Place, 0 Scholarship Winner: Dustin Chandler of East Burke High School in Connellys Springs, N. Read essay [PDF] Read essay [PDF, 139 KB] — Second Place, 0 Scholarship Winner: Shaun Moran of St. Read essay [PDF, 74 KB] — First Place National Essay Winner (

— Third Place, $300 Scholarship Winner: Xiaonan “ April” Hu of Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology in Alexandria, Va.

— Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: Dan Garon, Robbinsdale Armstrong High School, Plymouth, Minn.

— Third Place, $300 Scholarship Winner: Erin Gowdy, Bob Jones High School, Madison, Ala.

— Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: Evan Rich, Jericho High School, Jericho, N. — Third Place, $300 Scholarship Winner: Danna Seligman, Newbury Park High School, Newbury Park, Ca.

— First Place National Essay Winner ($1,000 scholarship): David Kelly, Broomfield High School, Broomfield, Colo.

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— Third Place, $300 Scholarship Winner: Xiaonan “ April” Hu of Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology in Alexandria, Va.— Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: Dan Garon, Robbinsdale Armstrong High School, Plymouth, Minn.— Third Place, $300 Scholarship Winner: Erin Gowdy, Bob Jones High School, Madison, Ala.— Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: Evan Rich, Jericho High School, Jericho, N. — Third Place, $300 Scholarship Winner: Danna Seligman, Newbury Park High School, Newbury Park, Ca.— First Place National Essay Winner ($1,000 scholarship): David Kelly, Broomfield High School, Broomfield, Colo.The Contest is open to medical school students, interns, residents, and fellows; doctoral students and postdoctoral fellows in biomedical sciences; and graduate students in public health or other health professions programs.Applicants must be currently participating in an educational program. First-place award is $10,000 and a trip (economy class travel and one-night hotel stay) to New York City to meet the 2019 Lasker Award winners (on September 20, 2019).Read essay [PDF] — Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: Phoebe Fox of La Pietra Hawaii School for Girls in Honolulu, Hawaii Read essay [PDF] — Third Place, $300 Scholarship Winner: Jacob Bloch of Paul D. Read essay [PDF] — Third Place, $300 Scholarship Winner: Chuli Zeng of Woodbridge High School in Irvine, Calif. Read essay [PDF, 78 KB] — Third Place, $300 Scholarship Winner: Chris Papas of Oakton High School in Vienna, Va.Read essay [PDF] Read essay [PDF] — Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: Niisackey Mills of South Plainfield High School in South Plainfield, N. Read essay [PDF] — Third Place, $300 Scholarship Winner: Dustin Chandler of East Burke High School in Connellys Springs, N. Read essay [PDF] Read essay [PDF, 139 KB] — Second Place, $500 Scholarship Winner: Shaun Moran of St. Read essay [PDF, 74 KB] — First Place National Essay Winner ($1,000 scholarship): Erin Mc Donough of Bishop O’ Connell High School in Arlington, Va.Field-specific scientific jargon should be avoided or explained.Essays will be evaluated based on 1) the innovation of the ideas and proposals and 2) how well these ideas are conveyed, i.e. Essays that are not written in English or are longer than 800 words will not be considered.

,000 scholarship): Erin Mc Donough of Bishop O’ Connell High School in Arlington, Va.Field-specific scientific jargon should be avoided or explained.Essays will be evaluated based on 1) the innovation of the ideas and proposals and 2) how well these ideas are conveyed, i.e. Essays that are not written in English or are longer than 800 words will not be considered.

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