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COLUMBUS, Ga. — More than 120 middle and high school students from Columbus and the surrounding area competed in the Columbus Regional Science and Engineering Fair on Tuesday, Feb. 7 at Columbus State University.
CSU faculty, students and community volunteers reviewed the results of the students’ research projects spanning disciplines from biology, chemistry, environmental science and medicine to engineering, mathematics, physics and computer science. Twenty top teams will go on to compete at the Georgia Science and Engineering Fair March 30-April 1 in Athens, Ga.
The Columbus Regional Science and Engineering Fair was sponsored by CSU’s College of Letters and Sciences, CSU’s Office of the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, Muscogee County School District, Flint Energies, Geotechnical and Environmental Consultants Inc., Path-Tec, DJI Builders, and Renal Associates, LLC. For more information, contact Janet Jamieson by phone at 706-507-8450 or email at Jamieson_Janet@ColumbusState.edu.