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Local CBGS students present at symposium

Six Chesapeake Bay Governor’s School students from the Rappahannock Community College Glenns campus were recently chosen to present at the Virginia Junior Science and Humanities Symposium, sponsored by the federal Department of Defense and hosted at Longwood University.

Students presented their studies to judges and an audience with question-and-answer sessions following their presentations. Gloucester students who presented were Joshua Mayer with “Comparing the Growth and Survival Rate of Oysters Raised Using Standard and Recirculating Aquaculture Methods” and Kayleigh Miller with “The Impact of Shoreline Hardening on Nearshore Fish Populations.”

Mayer won the award for the best paper in Environmental Science for the competition. He also won honorable mention in Environmental Science for his presentation. Miller won the Virginia Sea Grant College Program Award for her work.

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