NCW Illustrated Poem Contest Winners | Chemical & Engineering News
Volume 92 Issue 50 | pp. 10-14
Issue Date: December 15, 2014

Cover Stories: Candy-Coated Chemistry

NCW Illustrated Poem Contest Winners

National Chemistry Week satisfies the public’s sweet tooth with activities from coast to coast
Department: ACS News
Keywords: National Chemistry Week, education, outreach

The ACS Committee on Community Activities and the ACS Office of Volunteer Support have announced the winners of the 2014 National Chemistry Week Illustrated Poem Contest, in which K–12 students were invited to share their interpretation of this year’s theme, “The Sweet Side of Chemistry—Candy!” in the form of illustrated poems. First-place winners in each grade category received $300. Second-place winners received $150.


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K–2nd Grade
1st Place: Anika Khedekar, Princeton Section
Credit: Anika Khedekar
National Chemistry Week Illustrated Poem Contest winner Anika Khedekar.
 
K–2nd Grade
1st Place: Anika Khedekar, Princeton Section
Credit: Anika Khedekar
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K–2nd Grade
2nd Place: Sam Lenz, Tampa Bay Local Section
Credit: Sam Lenz
National Chemistry Week Illustrated Poem Contest winner Sam Lenz.
 
K–2nd Grade
2nd Place: Sam Lenz, Tampa Bay Local Section
Credit: Sam Lenz
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3rd–5th Grade
1st Place: Vaishnavi Vednere, Princeton Section
Credit: Vaishnavi Vednere
National Chemistry Week Illustrated Poem Contest winner Vaishnavi Vednere.
 
3rd–5th Grade
1st Place: Vaishnavi Vednere, Princeton Section
Credit: Vaishnavi Vednere
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3rd–5th Grade
2nd Place: Jessie Mirabella Hutcheson, Southwest Georgia Section
Credit: Jessie Mirabella Hutcheson
National Chemistry Week Illustrated Poem Contest winner Jessie Mirabella Hutcheson.
 
3rd–5th Grade
2nd Place: Jessie Mirabella Hutcheson, Southwest Georgia Section
Credit: Jessie Mirabella Hutcheson
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6th–8th Grade
1st Place: Jigisha Mavani, Princeton Section
Credit: Jigisha Mavani
National Chemistry Week Illustrated Poem Contest winner Jigisha Mavani.
 
6th–8th Grade
1st Place: Jigisha Mavani, Princeton Section
Credit: Jigisha Mavani
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6th–8th Grade
2nd Place: Kai Zaragoza, South Florida Section
Credit: Kai Zaragoza
National Chemistry Week Illustrated Poem Contest winner Kai Zaragoza.
 
6th–8th Grade
2nd Place: Kai Zaragoza, South Florida Section
Credit: Kai Zaragoza
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9th–12th Grade
1st Place: Rachel Barrett, Cleveland Section
Credit: Rachel Barrett
National Chemistry Week Illustrated Poem Contest winner Rachel Barrett.
 
9th–12th Grade
1st Place: Rachel Barrett, Cleveland Section
Credit: Rachel Barrett
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9th–12th Grade
2nd Place: Emma Belcourt, Connecticut Valley Section
Credit: Emma Belcourt
National Chemistry Week Illustrated Poem Contest winner Emma Belcourt.
 
9th–12th Grade
2nd Place: Emma Belcourt, Connecticut Valley Section
Credit: Emma Belcourt
 
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