High school students compete in chemistry competition at UOG
(From left) John Limtiaco, assistant professor, University of Guam; Soomin Lee, St. John’s School; Angela Zhang and Sandra Han of Harvest Christian Academy; Maria Gloton of Academy of Our Lady of Guam; Clayton Brooks, Ron Coloma, and Jacob San Nicolas of Father Duenas Memorial School; Jacob Encio and Michael Gumataotao of Okkodo High School; Tedros Bezabeh, associate professor of chemistry, UOG; and Karla Wang, laboratory supervisor, UOG; and (front) Junya Kanemitsu of Father Duenas Memorial School.
Twenty-four students from six high schools competed in the 2019 University of Guam High School Chemistry Titration Competition hosted by the Chemistry Program of UOG’s College of Natural & Applied Sciences on Charter Day, March 12.
The participating schools were Father Duenas Memorial School, Academy of Our Lady of Guam, Saint Paul Christian School, Harvest Christian Academy, Saint John’s School, and Okkodo High School.
The top three winners in each competition were awarded $775 worth of gift certificates, donated by UOG’s Office of the Senior Vice President. Among sponsors for the event were EMB Electrical Inc., CTSI Logistics, and Modern International Inc.
The winners are as follows:
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