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High School-Age Researchers From Around Globe Gather At GENIUS Olympiad

OSWEGO, NY – Albanian high school student Kejsi Bakiu, center, explains her and colleague Eriona Bytyci’s research project, “Biochemical Effect of Caffeine in Plant Growth,” to GENIUS Olympiad judge Ginny Stamm, a former adjunct instructor of genetics.

School-Age Researchers From Around Globe
School-Age Researchers From Around Globe

SUNY Oswego’s global environmental competition for high school students interested in science, art, creative writing, music, design and business is under way this week.

It attracted more than 700 finalists and their mentors representing 401 projects from 65 countries and 33 states this year.

It wraps up today (June 18) with a free public awards ceremony, featuring competitors in native costume waving their nations’ flags, at 1:15 p.m. at SUNY Oswego’s Marano Campus Center.

GENIUS Olympiad sponsors, besides the college, include Terra Science and Education Foundation, Pathfinder Bank and Exelon Generation.