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2010 Science Olympiad

Physical Science Lab

A slight restructuring of the Science Olympiad in 2010 saw Divisions B and C competing in Physical Science Lab, where teams of students constructed wind-harnessing assemblies to drive a CD-ROM motor.  Bekele Gurmessa volunteered to officiate Physical Science Lab.



The Benson Bunker Fieldhouse was home to Trajectory again, amongst other competitions.  In Trajectory, competing teams must construct a ball-launching apparatus capable of hitting two targets of varying distance and height.  Graduate students Goetz Kaehler, Demmelash Mengistu, and Professor Sylvio May contributed to the Trajectory competition.  Emeritus Professor Charles Sawicki volunteered as a mediator for the Science Olympiad.


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