The Chesapeake Bay Governor’s School held its 17th annual Science Symposium at Virginia Commonwealth University on Saturday.
During the morning sessions, 76 seniors presented their senior research projects, which were judged by visiting members of the scientific community. In the afternoon, the keynote address—“Gazing Into a (Muddy) Crystal Ball: An Uncertain Future for Tidal Marshes”—was given by VCU Associate Professor Dr. Scott Neubauer.
An awards ceremony followed, with ribbons presented to those seniors whose projects were judged to be exemplary. Briana Pollard and Patrick Stone, both of Gloucester, were among the ribbon winners.
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