Manhasset senior Dylan Yoon received the Top Project award at the Long Island Junior Science and Humanities Symposium and was named a Long Island 1st Delegate for the upcoming National Junior Science and Humanities Symposium.(Photo by Manhasset Public Schools)

Manhasset Senior Earns Spot In The National Junior Science And Humanities Symposium

Dylan Yoon, a senior in Manhasset High School’s science research program, recently competed at the Long Island Junior Science and Humanities Symposium. His project, “The Enhancement of a Novel 3D-Printed Electrodialysis Device through the Implementation and Optimization of Spacer Designs,” was recognized as a Top Project. As a result, Yoon earned the esteemed Long Island 1st Delegate position and will be attending the prestigious 62nd National Junior Science and Humanities Symposium in Albuquerque, New Mexico from May 1-4.
During the regional competition, all first and second place winners of each category competed for a chance to secure advancement to the National Junior Science and Humanities Symposium. The top five projects were selected as delegates to represent Long Island at the national event where Yoon will be among 245 high school student researchers. He will have the unique opportunity to engage with Department of Defense researchers, laboratories and STEM professionals, as he competes for military-sponsored undergraduate tuition scholarships through an oral presentation session.
The Manhasset Public Schools congratulates Yoon on this incredible achievement and wishes him the best of luck at nationals.
—Submitted by Manhasset Public Schools

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