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Eighth-grader Colin Clevenger among Top 300 in nationwide STEM competition

Southern eighth-grader Colin Clevenger is among the Top 300 competitors in the 2019 Broadcom MASTERS, the nation’s premier STEM competition for middle schoolers. The Broadcom MASTERS, which leverages affiliated science fairs as a critical component of the STEM talent pipeline, features the top 10 percent of middle school projects from around the country. Colin’s project was “The Psychology of Surveillance: How Feeling Watched Affects Driver Behavior.” Ultimately, Colin was not chosen as a finalist; these 30 students will travel to Washington, D.C., this fall for a four-day STEM competition and public showcase.