Category Archive: Project Study

May 21

2015 Magnet Student Research Symposium

Magnet students in grades 9-12 presented this year’s research and project work at our 8th annual CHS MST Student Research Symposium. This year’s showcase included more than 45 original research projects.  Accenting the scientific overtones of the showcase were several student musicians from the program who provided piano entertainment in the Commons. After the open …

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Apr 27

MST Magnet Group 2014-15

Here we are, in all our “glory”, the CHS MST Magnet Program students 2014-2015.  Come see the project work we’ve been doing this year at our 8th Annual Research Symposium scheduled for 05/20/15, from 6-8:15 in the CHS Commons and theater.

Apr 27

8th Annual Research Symposium

Dear Students, Parents, & Guests, We’d like to cordially invite you to join us for the 8th annual Camas High School Magnet Program Student Research Symposium, on Wednesday, May 20th,  2015. At this event, student groups from grades 9-12 will present their research findings from this year’s study of a wide range of project topics.  …

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Apr 02

Magneto Meets Mr. President

Magnet senior Reese Pathak recently traveled to Washington D.C. as part of his being named a 2015 finalist in the Intel Science Talent Search 2015. Shown in the picture below, President Barack Obama greets the 2015 Intel Science Talent Search finalists, including our very own Reese (second from right), who was recently accepted to Stanford and Yale. Congratulations, …

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Dec 09

Senior School Board Showcase

On December 8th, 2014, the entire Magnet senior class presented their summer internship work and projects to the Camas School District school board and community at the Zellerbach Administration Center.  After the poster fair, staff, students, and community convened for the regular school board meeting and listened to formal presentations of internships by seniors Meghal Sheth and Reesab …

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Oct 30

Magnet Senior to be Published in Journal of Immunology

Magnet senior Reesab Pathak has spent countless hours in his internship over the last year at OHSU working on a research team to better understand HIV.  His hard work and professionalism have paid off in being named as a co-author in this groundbreaking study to be published in the December 2014 Journal of Immunology. Congratulations, …

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Jun 06

Symposium 2014

Our annual CHS MST Magnet Research Symposium is a showcase of original student research and project work done over the course of the year in grades 9-12.  We displayed close to 40 projects in the CHS commons last night, 06/04/14. This project study is at the heart of what our program strives to be: an …

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Mar 27

Magnet Junior’s Mentor Fêted in WSUV Magazine

Meghal Sheth, a junior in our Magnet program, has presented her research at two professional conferences this year and has won several awards, such as first place in the Washington State Junior Sciences and Humanities Symposium. On pages 9-12 in the WSU-V Crimson & Gray magazine, Meghal’s mentor (Dr. Allison Coffin) is featured—the article includes …

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Mar 02

Regional SEF Results

CHS/Magnet students in grades 9-12 participated in the regional Science and Engineering Fair (SEF) on Saturday, March 1st.  Chaperoned by SEF guru Ron Wright and CHS teacher extraordinaire Kim Newman, Camas students entered seven projects. The results were amazing. Each project earned first place in its category. Additionally, best in show was earned by two …

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Feb 06

2013 Magnet Alumna Published in Journal of Neuroscience

Recent CHS/Magnet grad Eden Pollock helped design a study whose results were recently published in The Journal of Neuroscience: Presynaptic Alpha-Synuclein Aggregation in a Mouse Model of Parkinson’s Disease.  Pollock attends University of Washington.  Congratulations, Eden!  “Parkinson’s disease and dementia with Lewy bodies are associated with abnormal neuronal aggregation of α-synuclein. However, the mechanisms of …

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