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P WER UP SCIENCE AISES 2011 National American Indian Science and Engineering Fair & EXPO Albuquerque, NM • March 24-26, 2011

SUMMARY REPORT


2011 NAISEF Highlights 227 Approved Projects Tribal representation from 259 students and 45 tribes 47 schools (35 public, 12 private) 13 States and 1 Canadian province 138 registered chaperones (teachers and parents) 89 registered judges The 24th annual National American Indian Science & Engineering Fair and EXPO (NAISEF) took place in Albuquerque in March 2011. The only national science fair of its kind, NAISEF was hosted by AISES March 24-26 and welcomed students from Florida to Alaska, with over 200 student projects in STEM areas from animal science to engineering and mathematical science to biochemistry. This year’s NAISEF also included engaging, hands-on opportunities on the EXPO floor. When not exploring the demonstrations, or participating in a written math competition, NAISEF participants had the chance to demonstrate professionalism in presentation research, as scores of judges from corporations and other partners queried the students in depth about their projects. During the podcasted awards ceremony on Saturday, March 26, over 70 special awards (see page 3) were presented by judges from corporate and community partners in categories awarding students for innovation, perseverance, sustainabilityfocus, and other attributes, the judges selected six Grand Award Winners who will compete in the International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) in Los Angeles May 8-13, 2011. The Grand Award Winners were Micah Hill, Courtney Jackson, Antonio Morsette, Ivan and Nicholas Rajen, and Cassandra Roy. Because two of these awardees previously qualified for ISEF in their state science fairs, the two alternates, Alec Lamirande and Preston Jackson (a team), and Raquel Redshirt will get the chance to compete at ISEF as well.

2011 NAISEF Sponsors Amethyst Sponsor

Amber Sponsors

Agate Sponsors

Foundation Support

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Student Demographic Snapshot Males (100)

Team Projects (30)

Females (159)

1 2

Attendance Overview 45

47

Schools

47

50

States

13

15

Canadian Provinces

1

1

Students

259

258

Approved projects

227

216

Special Awards

71

96

Chaperones

138

100

Judges

89

110

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Scientific Categories Represented

2011 2010 Tribes

1

Individual Projects (197)

Evaluations Ratings

Very

Category

Amount

Animal Sciences

3

Behavioral & Social Sciences

16

Biochemistry

4

Cellular & Molecular Biology

2

Chemistry

47

Computer Science

5

Earth & Planetary Science

12

Energy & Transportation

8

Engineering: Electrical & Mechanical

11

Engineering: Materials & Bioengineering

15

Environmental Management

10

Environmental Sciences

19

Mathematical Sciences

8

Medicine & Health Sciences

19

Microbiology

9

Physics and Astronomy

27

Plant Sciences

12

Total

227

Somewhat Undecided

Poor

Good

Excellent

N/A

Poor

Math Competition

2

1

3

11

11

11

Project Set Up and Approval

0

1

2

17

19

0

Helpfulness of Judges

0

3

4

12

19

1

Usefulness of Judges Feedback

4

4

2

12

15

2

Expo

1

0

1

9

21

7

Ratings

No interest Very little

Undecided. Somewhat Extremely interested interested

Please rate your level of interest in Math:

2

Please rate your level of interest in Science:

0

2

6

4

19

7

0

3

17

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Grand Award Winners Name

Project Title

Grade

School

Micah Hill

Spicy Food: Senses, Year Two

11

South High School

Courtney Jackson

The Coronae Paradox: Use of Visual Basic to Determine Circular Low Formation Based Upon Maps Created Using Magellan Data Used to Determine the Overall Geologic History of Circular Lows on Venus

12

Cloquet High School

Antonio Moresette

The Effects of Phthalates on Brassica rapa

11

Box Elder High School

Ivan Rajen

Computer Model of Time-varying Heat Conduction in a Plate

9

El Dorado High School

Nicholas Rajen

Surviving Climate Change - Heat Transfer in Ancient Native American Buildings; Comparison of Experimental and Calculated Results

12

El Dorado High School

Cassandra Roy

The Effect Of Carbohydrate Composition (sucrose/hexose ratio) Of Nector On The Type Of Pollinators That Might Pollinate Brasticacaea

10

Cloquet High School

Alternates Preston Jackson and Alec Lamirande

Stopping Power! The Use of a Non-Newtonian Fluid and Other Components to Stop a Projectile and Be Used in a Bullet Proof Vest Phase IV

10

Cloquet High School

Raquel Redshirt

Improving the Heat Capacity of Homemade Solar Ovens

10

Shiprock High School

Special Award Winners Name of Award Criteria

Winner

School

Sponsor

American Chemical Society- Outstanding Chemistry Project Award

Monique Carver

St. Bonaventure School

Wyatt Gibson

St. Bonaventure School

Cheyenne MasonBrousseau

South High School

Wilfred Jumbo

Navajo Preparatory

American Chemical Society, Central New Mexico

Cassandra Roy

Cloquet High School

Corina Bernal-Murphy & Landi Martinez

Standing Rock High School

Nicholas Rajen

El Dorado High School

Ululani Nunies

Oneida Nation High School

Wilfred Jumbo

Navajo Preparatory

Courtney Jackson

Cloquet High School

Destiny Salmon

Tsuk Taih School

American Psychologi- Project with outstanding research in psychology cal Association Award

Nadirah Abdus-Salam

Nawayee Center School

American Psychological Association

Excellence in Materials Engineering award

Erica Keevama

Mountain View Middle School

Mykaylynne Belgarde

Ojibwe Indian School

Preston Jackson

Cloquet High School

ASM International/ Los Alamos Chapter

Nicholas Rajen

El Dorado High School

Project with the best use of materials-related concepts, dem- Erica Keevama onstration of some aspect of the materials paradigm, clarity in presentation, clear understanding of scientific method, and aesthetics.

Mountain View Middle School

The Extra Effort Award

AMS Outstanding Achievement Award

Most Outstanding Exhibit award

Projects that best demonstrate a thorough and logical approach to the investigation and observation of a chemical phenomena or property using the principles of the scientific method.

For deserving seniors who will demonstrate “Extra Effort� in their science projects.

Projects with creative scientific endeavor in the areas of atmospheric and related oceanic and hydraulic sciences.

Projects with excellence in Materials Engineering.

American Indian Alaska Native Employees Association American Meteorological Society

ASM Materials Education Foundation


Name of Award Criteria

School

Sponsor

Association for Female student whose projects exemplify high standards of Midnight Lujan Women Geoscientists innovativeness and scientific excellence in the geosciences. Award Special consideration to projects that increase public awareness of the geosciences, illustrate the interdisciplinary nature of the geosciences, or promote the sensitivity to the earth as a global system.

Taos Day School

Association for Women Geoscientists

Chevron Ingenuity Award

Project which demonstrate ingenuity and innovation in addressing real world problems, preferably in the areas of energy efficiency & conservation, alternative energy, energy technology or general engineering.

El Dorado High School

Chevron Corporation

Ă“ĂŠhda'

The projects that best exemplifies the importance of the natu- Midnight Lujan ral balance of the environment, works towards rectifying our societal impacts, or in general works towards Sustainability. McKenzie Jerome

Taos Day School

Dr. Richard V. Scholtz, III

Earth & Sky- Promising Botanist Award

For the project with the best use of flowers.

Ahfachkee School

Earth & Sky Floral Designs and Gallery

Corwin Arthur Ost Memorial Award

Projects exemplifying the ability to overcome resource-based Mackyl Ortega obstacles.

Sacaton Middle School

Family of Corwin Arthur Ost

IBM Innovation Awards

Intel Excellence in Computer Science Award

Winner

Nicholas Rajen

Taylor Pratt

For a student or students who's experiment is innovative! An Innovation Award winner is someone who's experiment is different from all the others in the same category; the student differentiates him/herself from all the others, requiring collaboration, openness and a willingness to "let go to grow" or has exhibited out of the box thinking that will/can impact the world at large in a positive way! Innovation that matters...to the world!

Project with outstanding achievement in the category of Computer Science

Lorraine C. Mathews Award

Turtle Mountain Middle School

Courtney Jackson

Cloquet High School

Paige Leingang & Tawnie Laundreaux

Standing Rock High School

Wilfred Jumbo

Navajo Preparatory

Selena Lopez Ivan Rajen

El Dorado High School

Raquel Redshirt

Shiprock High School

Emilio Yazzie

Pueblo Pintado Community School

Mikayla Baker

Dunseith Day School

Izaiah Lopez

Gila Crossing Community School

Juana Espinosa & Michelle LaGarde

South High School

Ivan Rajen

El Dorado High School

Intel Corporation

Ululani Nunies

Oneida Nation High School

Janet Shunkamolah Lockheed Martin Corporation

Lockheed Martin Special Recognition Award

For outstanding science project exhibiting the most engineer- Mackyl Ortega ing potential. Ivan Rajen

Sacaton Middle School

Urban American Indian

Project with the largest impact on an urban American Indian Community.

Nicholas Rajen

El Dorado High School

Guadalupe Martinez

Oneida Nation High School

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IBM

El Dorado High School

MIGIZI Communications, Inc.


Name of Award Criteria

Winner

School

Sponsor

Mu Alpha Theta/ Projects demonstrating the most challenging, orginal, National High School/ thorough, and creative investigation of a problem involving Two-Year College mathematics accessible to a High School student Mathematics Honor Society Award

Nadirah Abdus-Salam

Nawayee Center School

Mu Alpha Theta/National High School/TwoYear College Mathematics Honor Society

Cloquet Middle School

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

Chandler Poitra

Turtle Mountain Middle School

Caesar Hoberman

Pueblo Pintado Community School

National Renewable Energy Laboratory

Mackyl Ortega

Sacaton Middle School

Michaya Lawren Montclaire

Standing Rock Elementary School

Sequoyah Adams-Rice

Adams Homeschool Academy

Raquel Redshirt

Shiprock High School

National Society of Professional Engineers

Taos Day School

New Mexico Society of Hazardous Materials Managers

Taking the Pulse of the Planet Award

For research that emphasizes NOAA's mission to understand Emily Roy and predict changes in Earth's environment and conserve and manage coastal and marine resources to meet our Nation's economic, social, and environmental needs.

Renewable Energy For best solar, wind, biomass, hydrogen, geothermal and and Energy Efficiency green building science fair projects. Award

Innovative Engineering Award

Most outstanding engineering project

Environmental Science or Engineering

Project with originality, presentation, understanding of chosen Midnight Lujan topic and application of science method Tiana Blackwater

Sacaton School District

Taylor Blaine

Sacaton School District

Tribals Connections Award

Student displays the ability to take tradition knowledge and life ways and compare it to western science.

Cassandra Roy

Cloquet High School

Oklahoma Professional Chapter of AISES

Bill Ward Memorial Award

For the best use of statistics

Nadirah Abdus-Salam

Nawayee Center School

Oklahoma Professional Chapter of AISES

Phillips Indian Educa- Project using a cultural approach to solve a modern scientific tors Award problem.

Danielle Emerson

Kirtland Elementary

Phillips Indian Educators

Raytheon Special Awards

Alexander Wytewa

Pueblo Pintado Community School

Iakonhniio Cook

Ahkwesahsne Mohawk Science Fair Committee

Raytheon Missile Systems

Raquel Redshirt

Shiprock High School

Juana Espinosa & Michelle LaGarde

South High School

Ricoh Sustainable Development Award

"For best overall middle school project in engineering. For best overall high school project in engineering. For best overall high school project in mathematics."

To the student whose research has demonstrated the principles and technical innovations that offer the greatest potential for sustainable development

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Ricoh Americas Corporation


Name of Award Criteria

Winner

School

Sponsor

Richard LaCourse Memorial Award

For the project where the student demonstrates the best communication skills. Communication includes verbal and written presentations and the use of visual aids/graphics.

Sequoyah Adams-Rice

Adams Homeschool Academy

Shirley LaCourse

Jeremy Martinez

Taos Day School

Society For In Vitro Biology Award

Oustanding 11th grade student exhibiting in the area of plant or animal in vitro biology or tissue culture.

Taylor Pratt

Ahfachkee School

Society For In Vitro Biology

Pay Lucero Memorial Award

For thinking outside the box.

Courtney Jackson

Cloquet High School

Stanley and Cecelia Lucero- AISES Elders

Stockholm Junior Water Prize Award

Best projects related to water

Juana Espinosa & Michelle LaGarde

South High School

Ululani Nunies

Oneida Nation High School

Stockholm Junior Water Prize

Shannon Day, Sophia Best, Rebecca Comeslast

Omak High School

Nadirah Abdus-Salam

Nawayee Center School

United States Metric Association

United States Navy Science, Technology, Engineering and Math Award

Courtney Jackson

Cloquet High School

U.S. Navy

Office of Naval Research Awards

Cassandra Roy

Cloquet High School

Cheyenne MasonBrousseau

South High School

Tahaienkwarentohs Thompson

Ahkwesahsne Mohawk Science Fair Committee

U.S. Navy and U.S. Marine Corps

Darah Lenoir

Turtle Mountain Middle School

Taylor Davis

St. Paul Middle

SI Metric Award

Project that involves quantitative measurement and which best uses the SI metric system for those measurements.

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Category Award Winners Category

Grade

Prize Level

Name

School

ProjectTitle

Animal Sciences

6

1st Place-Grade 6

Robert Jack and Keith Tainter

Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwe School

Our Chicks are Strong

Animal Sciences

8

1st Place-Grade 8

Kalynn Harrison

Standing Rock Middle School

Fatty Insulators: Do Animals with More

Animal Sciences

10

1st Place-Grade 10

Jonni Bacon

Box Elder High School

Blubber Stay Warmer? The Effects of Resveratrol on the Metabolic and Respiratory Rates of Crayfish Behavioral & Social Sciences

5

3rd Place-Grade 5

Alyssa Ruiz

Gila Crossing Community School

The Stroop Effect vs. Gender

Behavioral & Social Sciences

5

2nd Place-Grade 5

Elijah Soce

Chee Dodge Elementary

Color Taster

Behavioral & Social Sciences

5

1st Place-Grade 5

Danielle Emerson

Kirtland Elementary

Who's Smarter At Math

Behavioral & Social Sciences

7

2nd Place-Grade 7

Sidney Hoskie

St. Bonaventure School

I Spy

Behavioral & Social Sciences

7

1st Place-Grade 7

Kwade Keplin

Turtle Mountain Middle School

Don't Drive While Intexticated!

Behavioral & Social Sciences

8

3rd Place-Grade 8

Teriona Freemont

Circle of Nations

Memory Between Genders

Behavioral & Social Sciences

8

2nd Place-Grade 8

Raena Roman

Indian Community School of Milwaukee

I Feel So Pressured!

Behavioral & Social Sciences

8

1st Place-Grade 8

Christopher Alexander

Indian Community School of Milwaukee

Does Pre-Highlighted or Non-Highlighted Study Material Make A Scoring Difference On A Comprehension Test

Behavioral & Social Sciences

9

1st Place-Grade 9

Kyra Quaderer and Lydia

Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwe School

Mind vs. Taste Buds

Nawayee Center School

Extracurricular Activities and School Suc-

Kessenich Behavioral & Social Sciences

12

1st Place-Grade 12

Nadirah Abdus-Salam

cess Behavioral & Social Sciences

12

2nd Place-Grade 12

Ariel Nephew

Navajo Preparatory

Taste Preparation

Biochemistry

5

3rd Place-Grade 5

Summer Chee

Chee Dodge Elementary

Pop that Corn!

Biochemistry

7

2nd Place-Grade 7

Cicily Werito

Pueblo Pintado Community School

Disinfectant

Biochemistry

8

3rd Place-Grade 8

Micah DeVore

Tse Bit ai Middle School

Bone Breaker

Biochemistry

10

1st Place-Grade 10

Cassandra Roy

Cloquet High School

The Effect Of Carbohydrate Composition (sucrose/hexose ratio) Of Nector On The Type Of Pollinators That Might Pollinate Brasticacaea

Cellular & Molecular Biology

6

3rd Place-Grade 6

Rick Belgarde

Turtle Mountain Middle School

Gel

Cellular & Molecular Biology

7

3rd Place-Grade 7

Anna Laducer

Turtle Mountain Middle School

"Egg" Citing Osmosis

Chemistry

5

3rd Place-Grade 5

Shonaven Chee

Chee Dodge Elementary

Keep it Fresh

Chemistry

5

2nd Place-Grade 5

Noa Yazzie

Chee Dodge Elementary

Ice Solution

Chemistry

5

1st Place-Grade 5

Philip Martell

Standing Rock Elementary School

Rocketology

Chemistry

6

2nd Place-Grade 6

Monique Carver

St. Bonaventure School

Who's The Hottest?

Chemistry

6

1st Place-Grade 6

Alexis Davis

Turtle Mountain Middle School

Crime Scene Wonders

Chemistry

7

3rd Place-Grade 7

Jaye Two Bears

Standing Rock Middle School

Infinity Ice Cream: How Will Different Milks

Chemistry

7

2nd Place-Grade 7

Sydney Myers

Sac and Fox Nation

Candy Land

Chemistry

7

1st Place-Grade 7

Kathryn McLaughlin

Standing Rock Middle School

Hot Ice: How Can I Create an Exothermic

Affect My Ice Cream?

Reaction? Chemistry

8

3rd Place-Grade 8

Rhianna Deschinny

St. Bonaventure School

Crazy Crystal Creations

Chemistry

8

2nd Place-Grade 8

Kateri Doxtator and Luis

Indian Community School of Milwaukee

Natural Disinfectants vs. Chemical Disin-

Chemistry

8

1st Place-Grade 8

Tianna Francis-Forgues

Chemistry

9

2nd Place-Grade 9

Spirit Whiteshield and Taneille

Chemistry

9

1st Place-Grade 9

Chemistry

10

2nd Place-Grade 10

Chemistry

11

3rd Place-Grade 11

Doxtetor

fectants Ahkwesahsne Mohawk Science Fair Com-

Moving Ink

mittee Standing Rock High School

Rock Candy

Standing Rock High School

Effervescent Action

Cheyenne Mason-Brousseau

South High School

Twin Cities Meltwater: Cyanide

Landi Martinez and Corina-

Standing Rock High School

Caramelization

Lewis Tawnie Laundreaux and Paige Leingang

Bernal-Murphy

7


Category

Grade

Prize Level

Name

School

ProjectTitle

Chemistry

12

1st Place-Grade 12

Wilfred Jumbo

Navajo Preparatory

The Effect of the Natural Bark

Computer Science

5

1st Place-Grade 5

David St. Claire

Turtle Mountain Elementary

Bits and Bytes

Computer Science

6

1st Place-Grade 6

Colten Birkland

Turtle Mountain Middle School

Now You See it: Now You Don't!

Computer Science

7

2nd Place-Grade 7

Malina Pratt

Sacaton Middle School

Power of Computer Graphics

Computer Science

8

2nd Place-Grade 8

Selena Lopez

Sacaton Middle School

Keyboard

Computer Science

9

1st Place-Grade 9

Ivan Rajen

El Dorado High School

Computer Model of Time-varying Heat

Earth & Planetary Science

5

3rd Place-Grade 5

Braylee Day

Ojibwe Indian School

How Clouds Form

Earth & Planetary Science

5

1st Place-Grade 5

Shea Thomas

Chee Dodge Elementary

Filter It!

Earth & Planetary Science

6

3rd Place-Grade 6

Jace Long Feather

Standing Rock Middle School

Hanging Rocks: Will Stalactities Grow

Earth & Planetary Science

6

2nd Place-Grade 6

Trevor Davis

St. Ann's Catholic School

Can Nature Predict the Weather

Earth & Planetary Science

6

1st Place-Grade 6

Alonzo Luquen

Gila Crossing Community School

Temperature vs. Eye of a Bottle Tornado

Earth & Planetary Science

7

2nd Place-Grade 7

Emily Roy

Cloquet Middle School

What Effect Does Shoreline Succession

School

Conduction in a Plate

Better in Light or Dark

Have on Wild Rice Growth Earth & Planetary Science

7

1st Place-Grade 7

Gregory Hayah

Gila Crossing Community School

Dust Devils vs. Coriolis Effect

Earth & Planetary Science

8

3rd Place-Grade 8

Breann Harrison

Standing Rock Middle School

Colorful Sugar Crystals: Does Light or

Earth & Planetary Science

9

2nd Place-Grade 9

Brittany Henry and Destiny

Tsuk Taih School

Dark Environments Affect Crystal Growth? Salmon

The Effects of Climate Change on Traditional Athabascan Diet in the Interior of Alaska

Earth & Planetary Science

12

1st Place-Grade 10

Courtney Jackson

Cloquet High School

The Coronae Paradox: Use of Visual Basic to Determine Circular Low Formation Based Upon Maps Created Using Magellan Data Used to Determine the Overall Geologic History of Circular Lows on Venus

Energy & Transportation

5

2nd Place-Grade 5

Michaya Lawren Montclair

Standing Rock Elementary

Light the Night

School Energy & Transportation

5

1st Place-Grade 5

Sequoyah Adams-Rice

Adams Homeschool Academy

Power Up: Light Angles and Photoelectric Energy

Energy & Transportation

6

1st Place-Grade 6

Chandler Poitra

Turtle Mountain Middle School

Biomass Energy

Energy & Transportation

7

2nd Place-Grade 7

Nathaniel Talamantez

Gila Crossing Community School

Propellar Pitch vs. Thrust

Energy & Transportation

7

1st Place-Grade 7

Darrell Black Hoop

Standing Rock Middle School

Parachute Power: Does the Shape of a Parachute Affect It's Flight?

Energy & Transportation

8

2nd Place-Grade 8

Racheal Larkins

Turtle Mountain Middle School

Whatever Floats Your Boat

Energy & Transportation

9

2nd Place-Grade 9

Ashley Weasel and Abigail

Standing Rock High School

A Change in the Winds

Engineering: Electrical & Mechanical

5

2nd Place-Grade 5

Mackyl Ortega

Sacaton Middle School

Trough Water Heater "Draw Me A Bath"

Engineering: Electrical & Mechanical

6

2nd Place-Grade 6

Alexandria Roddogg

Standing Rock Middle School

The Sound of Electricity: Will the Size of A

Eastman

Battery Affect the Electrical Sounds? Engineering: Electrical & Mechanical

7

3rd Place-Grade 7

Maryjane Sundust

Gila Crossing Community School

Capturing the Charge

Engineering: Electrical & Mechanical

7

2nd Place-Grade 7

Alexa Allison

Gila Crossing Community School

Extreme Temperature vs. Battery Output

Engineering: Electrical & Mechanical

8

3rd Place-Grade 8

Abraham Hobson

Tse Bit ai Middle School

Magnetic Shield

Engineering: Electrical & Mechanical

8

2nd Place-Grade 8

Jonathan Cross

Gila Crossing Community School

Rainsticks

Engineering: Electrical & Mechanical

8

1st Place-Grade 8

Emilio Yazzie

Pueblo Pintado Community

Simple Electric Motor

Engineering: Electrical & Mechanical

9

3rd Place-Grade 9

Michael Nez

Sacaton School District

Thermo Electric Heat Conversion

Engineering: Materials & Bioengineering

5

3rd Place-Grade 5

Trey Everett

Dunseith Day School

Evaporation

School

8


Category

Grade

Prize Level

Name

School

ProjectTitle

Engineering: Materials & Bioengineering

5

2nd Place-Grade 5

Shania Manygoats

Chee Dodge Elementary

Parachutes!

Engineering: Materials & Bioengineering

5

1st Place-Grade 5

William Locklear

Rex-Rennert Elementary

The Strongest Composite: Pebbles, Stones, or Dirt

Engineering: Materials & Bioengineering

6

3rd Place-Grade 6

Shelby Standing Bear

Standing Rock Middle School

Clay Boat Contest: What Clay Boat Design Will Produce the Strongest Boat?

Engineering: Materials & Bioengineering

6

2nd Place-Grade 6

Iakonhniio Cook

Ahkwesahsne Mohawk Science

Build and Destroy

Fair Committee Engineering: Materials & Bioengineering

6

1st Place-Grade 6

Erica Keevama

Mountain View Middle School

The Blackest Pot

Engineering: Materials & Bioengineering

7

3rd Place-Grade 7

Arabella Arnell

Turtle Mountain Middle School

The Power of H2O

Engineering: Materials & Bioengineering

7

2nd Place-Grade 7

Brent Santos

Sacaton Middle School

How to Turn a Pencil Into an Emergency

Engineering: Materials & Bioengineering

7

1st Place-Grade 7

Alyza Grant

Dunseith Public Schools

Paper Towel Absorbency

Engineering: Materials & Bioengineering

8

2nd Place-Grade 8

Shawntae Norquay

Dunseith Public Schools

Safest Sandwich

Engineering: Materials & Bioengineering

8

1st Place-Grade 8

Mykaylynne Belgarde

Ojibwe Indian School

Constrained Layer Damping

Engineering: Materials & Bioengineering

10

2nd Place-Grade 10

Raquel Redshirt

Shiprock High School

Improving the Heat Capacity of Home-

Light

made Solar Ovens Engineering: Materials & Bioengineering

10

1st Place-Grade 10

Alec Lamirande and Preston

Cloquet High School

Jackson

Stopping Power! The Use of a Non-Newtonian Fluid and Other Components to Stop a Projectile and Be Used in a Bullet Proof Vest Phase IV

Engineering: Materials & Bioengineering

12

1st Place-Grade 12

Nicholas Rajen

El Dorado High School

Surviving Climate Change - Heat Transfer in Ancient Native American Buildings; Comparison of Experimental and Calculated Results

Environmental Management

5

3rd Place-Grade 5

Emily McCloud

Turtle Mountain Elementary

Down the Drain

School Environmental Management

5

1st Place-Grade 5

Hadezbahbrisa Benally

North Fork Elementary

Compost, Worms, and Heat

Environmental Management

6

3rd Place-Grade 6

Kobe Gourneau

Turtle Mountain Middle School

Hoop it Up: Save the Planet

Environmental Management

6

2nd Place-Grade 6

Daphne King

Ahkwesahsne Mohawk Science

Washed Away

Environmental Management

7

2nd Place-Grade 7

Jolie Murray

Cruikshank School

What Dissolves into the Earth

Environmental Management

7

1st Place-Grade 7

Alejandro Luquen

Gila Crossing Community School

Cafeteria Food vs. Natural Products

Environmental Management

11

2nd Place-Grade 11

Lane Priest and Vince

Omak High School

A Comparison of the Health of the Man

Fair Committee

Carden

Made Channel and the Natural Channel in the Spawning Grounds of Omak Creek Below Mission Falls

Environmental Management

11

1st Place-Grade 11

Michelle LaGarde and Juana

South High School

Espinoza

Wetland Health Evaluation: Replacing Bottle Traps with Hester Dendy Traps, Year Two

Environmental Management

12

1st Place-Grade 12

Rebecca Comeslast and

Omak High School

Sophia Best

The Health of the 700' Man Made Portion of Omak Creek Compared to the Health of a Natural Portion

Environmental Sciences

5

3rd Place-Grade 5

Charles Black

Tate Topa Tribal School

Slippery Soil

Environmental Sciences

5

2nd Place-Grade 5

Kirsten Azure

Turtle Mountain Elementary

Oil Slick

School Environmental Sciences

5

1st Place-Grade 5

Kassidy Carroll

Fort Yukon School

Contaminating Our Water

Environmental Sciences

7

3rd Place-Grade 7

Chase Warren

Standing Rock Middle School

Carbon Dioxide & Global Warming: How

Environmental Sciences

7

2nd Place-Grade 7

Narin Lewis

Sacaton Middle School

Environmental Sciences

7

1st Place-Grade 7

Midnight Lujan

Taos Day School

Oil Spill Clean Up

Environmental Sciences

8

3rd Place-Grade 8

Adrianna Nicolay

Tse Bit ai Middle School

Mercury Poisoning?

Does Carbon Dioxide Affect Temperature? Clean My Ride " Reduce Inhalation of Diesel Exhausts"

9


Category

Grade

Prize Level

Name

School

ProjectTitle

Environmental Sciences

8

2nd Place-Grade 8

Shelleyah Greatwalker

Dunseith Day School

0123 Plants

Environmental Sciences

8

1st Place-Grade 8

McKenzie Jerome

Turtle Mountain Middle School

Up The Creek

Environmental Sciences

10

2nd Place-Grade 10

Arnoldo Bruce

Nawayee Center School

NaCl Tolerance of Three Minnesota Leech Species

Environmental Sciences

10

1st Place-Grade 10

Tiana Blackwater

Sacaton School District

Macroinvertebrates Along the Gila River of NM and Arizona

Environmental Sciences

11

2nd Place-Grade 11

Stephanie George, Elena

Omak High School

Harry, and Misty Adolph

A Comparision of the Benthic Macroinvertebrate Population in Omak Creek Above and Below Mission Falls

Environmental Sciences

11

1st Place-Grade 11

Josiah Moses and Austin

Omak High School

Covington

How Does the Dutch Anderson Road Crossing Effect the BMI Population of Omak Creek?

Mathematical Sciences

5

1st Place-Grade 5

Taylor Lindteigen

Dunseith Public Schools

Chewy Candy Fruit Flavors

Mathematical Sciences

6

1st Place-Grade 6

Lacey Nash

Sacaton Middle School

Sweet Statistics

Mathematical Sciences

7

1st Place-Grade 7

Alexander Wytewa

Pueblo Pintado Community

Tilting Spidrons

School Mathematical Sciences

8

2nd Place-Grade 8

Cimmeron Gladue

Turtle Mountain Middle School

The Mystery Card

Mathematical Sciences

8

1st Place-Grade 8

Mikayla Baker

Dunseith Day School

Trick Yah Dice!

Medicine & Health Sciences

5

3rd Place-Grade 5

Jeremy Martinez

Taos Day School

Healthier Fry Bread

Medicine & Health Sciences

5

2nd Place-Grade 5

Jayce Archambault

Standing Rock Elementary

Are Fingerprints Inherited?

School Medicine & Health Sciences

5

1st Place-Grade 5

Tiannalese Taylor

Chee Dodge Elementary

Acid Killer

Medicine & Health Sciences

6

3rd Place-Grade 6

Ciara Marion and Faith

Ojibwe Indian School

Diabetes Awareness

Medicine & Health Sciences

6

2nd Place-Grade 6

Darah Lenoir

Turtle Mountain Middle School

Are Fingerprint Patterns Inherited?

Medicine & Health Sciences

6

1st Place-Grade 6

Taylor Davis

St. Paul Middle

Super Instant Reader

Medicine & Health Sciences

7

3rd Place-Grade 7

LaDawn Long and Monique

Sacaton Middle School

To Smoke Or Not To Smoke

Medicine & Health Sciences

7

2nd Place-Grade 7

Selena Saunders

St. Bonaventure School

Caffeine Rush

Medicine & Health Sciences

7

1st Place-Grade 7

Erin Ebright

St. Bonaventure School

Veggie Tales

Medicine & Health Sciences

8

3rd Place-Grade 8

Sherea Lenoir

Tate Topa Tribal School

White Teeth

Medicine & Health Sciences

8

2nd Place-Grade 8

Cherise Standing Bear

Standing Rock Middle School

Touch and Go: What Part of the Arm is

Medicine & Health Sciences

8

1st Place-Grade 8

Viviana Barocio

Sacaton Middle School

Blood Sugar and High Energy Foods

Medicine & Health Sciences

11

2nd Place-Grade 11

Guadalupe Martinez

Oneida Nation High School

What do you Drink?

Medicine & Health Sciences

11

1st Place-Grade 11

Micah Hill

South High School

Spicy Food: Senses, Year Two

Medicine & Health Sciences

12

1st Place-Grade 12

Sarah Shepard and Faye

Nah Tah Wahsh PSA

Fruity Readings

Dionne

Ramon

Most Sensitive to Touch?

Auginaush Microbiology

5

3rd Place-Grade 5

Jace Poitra

St. Ann's Catholic School

Effective Hand Washing

Microbiology

5

2nd Place-Grade 5

Satara Red Tomahawk

Standing Rock Elementary

Save Those Spoiling Strawberries

Microbiology

6

2nd Place-Grade 6

Elizabeth Wilkie

Dunseith Day School

Moldy Cheese Galore!

Microbiology

7

1st Place-Grade 7

Shantel King

Tse Bit ai Middle School

Bacteria and Mold Attack

Microbiology

8

3rd Place-Grade 8

Zoe Azure

Tate Topa Tribal School

Mold, Mold, Mold!!!

Microbiology

8

1st Place-Grade 8

Aspen Mirabel

Taos Day School

The Ugly Side of Beauty

Microbiology

8

1st Place-Grade 7

Seth Peltier

Turtle Mountain Middle School

Zap That Zit

Microbiology

12

2nd Place-Grade 12

Ululani Nunies

Oneida Nation High School

Oil Spill Clean Up

Physics and

5

3rd Place-Grade 5

Carlos Zaragoza

Chee Dodge Elementary

Chilling is Cool

5

2nd Place-Grade 5

Alex Parker

Turtle Mountain Elementary

Bombs Away

School

Astronomy Physics and Astronomy Physics and Astronomy

School 5

1st Place-Grade 5

Taylahni Jackson

Theodore Jamerson Elementary

Pinhole Lens Versus F2.5 170mm Large

School

Format Lens


Category

Grade

Prize Level

Name

School

ProjectTitle

Physics and

6

3rd Place-Grade 6

Cesar Hoberman

Pueblo Pintado Community

Making Water Gases

Astronomy Physics and

School 6

2nd Place-Grade 6

Astronomy Physics and

6

1st Place-Grade 6

Astronomy

Tehaienkwarentohs Thomp-

Ahkwesahsne Mohawk Science

son

Fair Committee

Kenidee Snider and Naomi

Standing Rock Middle School

Elk

The Electrolyte Bath See How Your Ears Work: Does the Size of Your Ears Produce More Sound Vibrations?

Physics and

7

3rd Place-Grade 7

Spencer Carter

Pembroke Middle

7

2nd Place-Grade 7

Chenoah Belen

St. Bonaventure School

Newt Knowledge

7

1st Place-Grade 7

Louisa Mehojah

Oneida Nation Elementary

Taking An Egg For A Swim

8

3rd Place-Grade 8

Eric Nacki

Pueblo Pintado Community

Hovercraft

Astronomy Physics and

The Effects of Weight on the Distance a Ball Travels

Astronomy Physics and Astronomy Physics and Astronomy Physics and

School 8

2nd Place-Grade 8

Franklin Yazzie

Tse Bit ai Middle School

Knife Grind Edge Retention

8

1st Place-Grade 8

Wyndean Largo

Pueblo Pintado Community

Oh My God! It's A Catapult!

Astronomy Physics and Astronomy

School

Plant Sciences

5

1st Place-Grade 5

Nikki Yazzie

Chee Dodge Elementary

Keep It Growing

Plant Sciences

7

3rd Place-Grade 7

David Nez

Sacaton Middle School

Depletion of Mesquite Bosque's Along the

Plant Sciences

7

2nd Place-Grade 7

Isaiah Bruce

Turtle Mountain Middle School

Do You Hear What I Hear?

Plant Sciences

7

1st Place-Grade 7

Riley Howes

Cloquet Middle School

Gidaa izhi'aag ina ji-gaagiigidowaad ingiw

Gila River of Arizona

akikoog? Can You Make Pots Talk? Plant Sciences

8

3rd Place-Grade 8

Tomi Calderen

Sac and Fox Nation

Energizer Potato

Plant Sciences

8

2nd Place-Grade 8

Rosalinda Lopez

Ahfachkee School

Roots Up

Plant Sciences

8

1st Place-Grade 8

Nathaniel Miller and Billy

Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwe

Sensitive Plants are Faster Than the Wind

Jack Parent

School

Regan White Bull

Standing Rock High School

Contrast in Climbers The Relationship Between Tree Circumfer-

Plant Sciences

10

2nd Place-Grade 10

Plant Sciences

10

1st Place-Grade 10

Brandi Buffalo

Box Elder High School

Plant Sciences

11

2nd Place-Grade 11

Taylor Pratt

Ahfachkee School

Anthocyanins

Plant Sciences

11

1st Place-Grade 11

Antonio Morsette

Box Elder High School

The Effects of Phthalates on Brassica rapa

Caitlin Thomas ence and Mountain Pine Beetles

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2011 NAISEF Participants and Schools Adams Homeschool Academy (Los Alamos, NM) Sequoyah Adams-Rice, 5th grade Ahfachkee School (Chewiston, FL) Leauna Billie, 8th grade Rosalinda Lopez, 8th grade Taylor Pratt, 11th grade Ahkwesahsne Mohawk Science Fair Committee (Cornwall, Ontario) Drake Adams, 6th grade Iakonhniio Cook, 6th grade Brandee King, 6th grade Daphne King, 6th grade Kameron LaFrance, 6th grade Kamryn Ransom, 6th grade Kobe Skidders, 6th grade Maya Swamp, 6th grade Tehaienkwarentohs Thompson, 6th grade Tianna Francis-Forgues, 8th grade Box Elder High School (Box Elder, MT) Jonni Bacon, 10th grade Brandi Buffalo, 10th grade Antonio Morsette, 11th grade Harold Whitford, 11th grade Chee Dodge Elementary (Yatahey, NM) Miles Barney, 5th grade Johnathan Chee, 5th grade Shonaven Chee, 5th grade Summer Chee, 5th grade Delmaria Kinlichee, 5th grade Shania Manygoats, 5th grade Elijah Soce, 5th grade Tiannalese Taylor, 5th grade Cheyenne Tom, 5th grade Shea Thomas, 5th grade Nikki Yazzie, 5th grade Noa Yazzie, 5th grade Carlos Zaragoza, 5th grade Circle of Nations (Wahpeton, ND) Kaghe Burshia, 7th grade Teriona Freemont, 8th grade Cloquet High School (Cloquet, MN) Preston Jackson, 10th grade Alec Laramie, 10th grade Courtney Jackson, 12th grade Cassandra Roy, 10th grade Cloquet Middle School (Cloquet, MN) Riley Howes, 7th grade Emily Roy, 7th grade Cruikshank School (Beaver, AK) Jordan Billy, 7th grade Jolie Murray, 7th grade Dunseith Day School (Dunseith, ND) Sara Brunelle, 5th grade Trey Everett, 5th grade

Elizabeth Wilkie, 6th grade Sarah LaVallie, 7th grade Mikayla Baker, 8th grade Shelleyah Greatwalker, 8th grade Dunseith Public Schools (Dunseith, ND) Taylor Lindteigen, 5th grade Jo Marie St. Claire, 5th grade Chantel Bercier, 7th grade Michelle DesChamp, 7th grade Alyza Grant, 7th grade Jeneva St. Claire, 7th grade Shatehya Azune, 8th grade Shawntae Norquay, 8th grade El Dorado High School (Albuquerque, NM) Ivan Rajen, 7th grade Nicholas Rajen, 12th grade Fort Yukon School (Fort Yukon, AK) Kassidy Carroll, 5th grade Melissa Jackson, 5th grade Gila Crossing Community School (Laveen, AZ) Xavier Howard, 5th grade lyssa Ruiz, 5th grade A Siann Thomas, 5th grade Falicia Valencia, 5th grade Alonzo Luquen, 6th grade Alexa Allison, 7th grade Christopher Crull, 7th grade Isabelle Dixon, 7th grade Sarah Francisco, 7th grade Gregory Hayah, 7th grade Izaiah Lopez, 7th grade Alejandro Luquen, 7th grade Annabelle Percy, 7th grade Maryjane Sundust, 7th grade Nathaniel Talamantez, 7th grade Jonathan Cross, 8th grade Indian Community School of Milwaukee (Franklin, WI) Christopher Alexander, 8th grade Christian Chojnack, 8th grade Kateri Doxtator, 8th grade Luis Doxtator, 8th grade Raena Roman, 8th grade Kirtland Elementary (Kirtland, NM) Danielle Emerson, 6th grade Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwe School Robert Jack, 6th grade Keith Tainter, 6th grade Tecumseh Jack, 7th grade Bird Parent, 7th grade Nathaniel Miller, 8th grade Billy Jack Parent, 8th grade Lydia Kessenich, 9th grade Kyra Quaderer, 7th grade

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Lame Deer High School (Lame Deer, MT) Brooke Whitewolf, 10th grade Magdalena Municipal Schools (Magdalena, NM) Aleah Apachito, 6th grade Danaya Guerro, 6th grade Lenay Willie, 6th grade Lanique Apachito, 7th grade Roger Apachito, 7th grade ChanBrie Monte, 7th grade Chance Apachito, 8th grade Mountain View Middle School (Rio Rancho, NM) Erica Keevama, 6th grade Nah Tah Wahsh PSA (Wilson, MI) Faye Auginaush, 12th grade Sarah Shepard, 12th grade Navajo Preparatory (Farmington, NM) Damon Clark, 10th grade Stormy Max, 10th grade Anel Nephew, 12th grade Wilfred Jumbo, 12th grade Nawayee Center School (Minneapolis, MN) Arnoldo Bruce, 10th grade Nadirah Abdus-Salam, 12th grade North Fork Elementary (North Folk, CA) Hadezbahbrisa Benally, 5th grade Ojibwe Indian School (Belcourt, ND) Braylee Day, 5th grade Darren Demery, 7th grade Faith Dionne, 6th grade Ciara Marion, 6th grade Bryce Parisien, 7th grade Mykaylynne Belgarde, 8th grade Omak High School (Omak, WA) Misty Adolph, 11th grade Vince Carden, 11th grade Austin Covington, 11th grade Stephanie George, 11th grade Elena Harry, 11th grade Josiah Moses, 11th grade Lane Priest, 11th grade Marlene Andrews, 12th grade Sophia Best, 12th grade Rebecca Comeslast, 12th grade Shannon Day, 12th grade Savannah Edwards, 12th grade Oneida Nation Elementary (Oneida, WI) Louisa Mehojah, 7th grade Sheila Stevens, 8th grade Guadalupe Martinez, 11th grade Ululani Nunies, 12th grade Pembroke Middle (Oneida, WI) Spencer Carter, 7th grade


2011 NAISEF Participants and Schools Pueblo Pintado Community School (Cuba, NM) Cesar Hoberman, 6th grade Ferissa Ramon, 6th grade Amber Yazzie, 6th grade Shania Sandoval, 7th grade Cicily Werito, 7th grade Alexander Wytewa, 7th grade Wyndean Largo, 8th grade Eric Nacki, 8th grade Emilio Yazzie, 8th grade Rex-Rennert Elementary (Shannon, NC) William Locklear, 5th grade Sac and Fox Nation (Stroud, OK) Winonah Hamblin, 6th grade Sydney Myers, 7th grade Tomi Calderen, 8th grade Nicholaus Jennings, 8th grade Whitney Heer, 12th grade Sacaton Middle School (Sacaton, AZ) Ramon Juan, 5th grade Jared Lewis, 5th grade Mackyl Ortega, 5th grade Ricky Juan, 7th grade Narin Lewis, 7th grade LaDawn Long, 7th grade Delaney Manuel, 7th grade Lacey Nash, 6th grade David Nez, 7th grade Patrick Osife, 7th grade Malina Pratt, 7th grade Monique Ramon, 7th grade Brent Santos, 7th grade Viviana Barocio, 8th grade Selena Lopez, 8th grade Michael Nez, 9th grade Tiana Blackwater, 10th grade Taylor Blaine, 10th grade Shiprock High School (Shiprock, NM) Raquel Redshirt, 10th grade South High School (MInneapolis, MN) Cheyenne Mason-Brousseau, 10th grade Juana Espinoza, 11th grade Micah Hill, 11th grade Michelle LaGarde, 11th grade St. Ann’s Catholic School (Belcourt, ND) Jace Poitra, 5th grade Trevor Davis, 6th grade St. Bonaventure School (Thoreau, NM) Terrell Begay, 6th grade Monique Carver, 6th grade Chenoah Belen, 7th grade Erin Ebright, 7th grade Sidney Hoskie, 7th grade Selena Saunders, 7th grade Dylan Yazzie, 7th grade

Rhianna Deschinny, 8th grade Wyatt Gibson, 8th grade Cornell Joe, 8th grade

Cody Wasin ‘Zi, 8th grade John White Bull, 8th grade Saunders Young Bird, 8th grade

St. Pauls Middle School (St. Pauls, NC) Taylor Davis, 6th grade

Taos Day School (Taos, NM) Jeremy Martinez, 5th grade Midnight Lujan, 7th grade Aspen Mirabel, 8th grade

Standing Rock Elementary School (Ft. Yates, ND) Raquel American Horse, 5th grade Jayce Archambault, 5th grade Philip Martell, 5th grade Michaya Lawren Montclair, 5th grade Satara Red Tomahawk, 5th grade Adrian Shanley, 5th grade Erika Tapaha, 5th grade Reece Three Legs, 5th grade Standing Rock High School (Ft. Yates, ND) Abigail Eastman, 9th grade Tawnie Laundreaux, 9th grade Paige Leingang, 9th grade Taneille Lewis, 9th grade Ashley Weasel, 9th grade Spirit Whiteshield, 9th grade Caitlin Thomas, 10th grade Regan White Bull, 10th grade Corina Bernal-Murphy, 11th grade Landi Martinez, 11th grade Standing Rock Middle School (Ft. Yates, ND) Sasha Azure, 6th grade Naomi Elk, 6th grade Solomon Garter, 6th grade Keanna Harrison, 6th grade Lindsey Harrison, 6th grade Jace Long Feather, 6th grade Alexandria Roddogg, 6th grade Kenidee Snider, 6th grade Shelby Standing Bear, 6th grade Isaiah Archambault, 7th grade Darrell Black Hoop, 7th grade Alena Bobtail Bear, 7th grade Kalace Eagle, 7th grade Marilyn Fox, 7th grade Arian Gates, 7th grade Shaylin Luger, 7th grade Kathryn McLaughlin, 7th grade Erin Seewalker, 7th grade Jaye Two Bears, 7th grade Chase Warren, 7th grade Kelsey Demery, 8th grade Keya Fox, 8th grade Breann Harrison, 8th grade Brenden Harrison, 8th grade Kalynn Harrison, 8th grade Sondi Kuntz, 8th grade Mitchell Molash, 8th grade Cherise Standing Bear, 8th grade

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Tate Topa Tribal School (Ft. Totten, ND) Charles Black, 5th grade Zoe Azure, 8th grade Oliver Gourd III, 8th grade Sherea Lenoir, 8th grade Philip Willert, 8th grade Theodore Jamerson Elementary School (Bismarck, ND) Taylahni Jackson, 5th grade Tse Bit ai Middle School (Shiprock, NM) Shantel King, 7th grade Micah DeVore, 8th grade Lisa Harry, 8th grade Abraham Hobson, 8th grade Dakota Jim, 8th grade Ashley Joe, 8th grade RyLynn Johnson, 8th grade Adrianna Nicolay, 8th grade Franklin Yazzie, 8th grade Sierra Yessilth, 8th grade Tsuk Taih School (Chalkyitsik, AK) Brittany Henry, 9th grade Destiny Salmon, 9th grade Turtle Mountain Elementary School (Belcourt, ND) Haley Arnell, 5th grade Kirsten Azure, 5th grade Skyler Belgarde, 5th grade Emily McCloud, 5th grade Alex Parker, 5th grade David St. Claire, 5th grade Turtle Mountain Middle School (Belcourt, ND) Rick Belgarde, 6th grade Colten Birkland, 6th grade Alexis Davis, 6th grade Kobe Gourneau, 6th grade Darah Lenoir, 6th grade Chandler Poitra, 6th grade Jessica Roussin, 6th grade Arabella Arnell, 7th grade Isaiah Bruce, 7th grade Cimmeron Gladue, 8th grade Kwade Keplin, 7th grade Anna Laducer, 7th grade Chelbi Laducer, 7th grade McKenzie Jerome, 8th grade Racheal Larkins, 8th grade Seth Peltier, 8th grade


2011 NAISEF Judges

AISES extends sincere thanks Mary Abeita David Adauto Andria Agli Marciela Amarillas Carlton Ami, Ph.D. Leona Anderson Murphy Anthony Marlene Armijo Michael Arviso Della Begay Lavonda Begay Barsine Benally Krista Beyale Michael Coburn, Ph.D. Andrew Conseen-Duff Kevin Cooley Bob Cornish Desiree Cronin Carol Crouch, Ph.D. Jay Davey Penny Daye-Driscoll David Dixon LaRon Doucet, Ph.D. Todd Dunivan Laurence Dushane Daniel Faddis Debbie Finfrock, PE, CHMM Roger Ford Erwin Fragua Leonard Freise Katharine Galaitsis Tony Galaitsis, Ph.D. Marcus Giron

Marty Goff Tommy D. Goolsby Johnny Green Kristi Guiou Deborah Haley Aaron Hankins Erwin Heo Ron Hilliard Dale Hoover Larry Hothem Mark Hungerford James Hutton, Ph.D. Melissa Jim Charles Jojola George Kanesta Rita Kie Roderick Lansing Charlene Lattier Shayai Lucero Jay LeBeau Benjamin Mar Audrey Martinez-Coburn Cynthia Mason Robert Maxwell Cheryl McClellan Karen McDaniel Lloyd Miller Robert Miller Melvin Monette Robert MoQuino Boyd Nystedt Kyle Olechnowicz Adan Ortega

Fernando Perez Donivan Porterfield Dominic Pruitt Chandra Purnell-Bond Dave Rauschenberger Norb Rencza Curtis Rhodes, Ph.D. Carla Sakiestewa Cliff Sanchez Philip Sanchez Sonya Sandoval Delania Sather David Schroeder Jeannie Shackleford Damon Slutz Kevin Smith Daisy Thompson Geri Thompson Nancy Todea Nathaniel Todea Shaun Tsabetsave Davidson Tsosie Harold Tsosie Crystal Tulley-Cordova Nacio Valdez Cindy Ward Patricia Wavrik Richard Wavrik Robert Whitman, Ph.D. Lee Williams Julius Yellowhair, Ph.D. Laura Yost Mike Zamorski

2011 NAISEF Scientific Review Committee AISES thanks the following individuals who have comprised the 2011 NAISEF SRC: Jason Brown, Sandia National Laboratories Matthew Dennis, Sandia National Laboratories Srividya Iyer, Motorola, Inc. Mary Ann Nelson, Ph.D., University of New Mexico Valerie Siow, Native American Community Academy

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