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Five Yorktown Students Recognized for Sustainable Energy Research

Tanvi Tiwari, David (Linus) Hamann, Devon Rosh, Timothy-George Khandji, and Elizabeth Crumley, members of the YHS Science Research Program, were recognized at the United Nations.

From the Yorktown Central School District: 

Yorktown High School students Tanvi Tiwari, David (Linus) Hamann, Devon Rosh, Timothy-George Khandji, and Elizabeth Crumley, members of the YHS Science Research Program, were recognized last month at United Nations Day 2012: "Sustainable Energy for All: Solutions for a Prosperous World.”

The United National Association of the USA (UNA-USA), Westchester Chapter celebrated the 67th anniversary of the founding of the United Nations with exhibitions, presentations, and entertainment. In addition to the Yorktown students, youth leaders from Hastings and Yonkers high schools were also recognized.

Michael Blueglass and Maria Pace, the directors of the Yorktown Science Research Program, said they were proud of the determination and hard work of their students in creating multi-year research focused on energy sustainability.

The students received the recognition during the United Nations International Year of Sustainable Energy for All, 2012.

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