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Last week The Institute of Politics (IOP) at Harvard University announced Kirsten Lodal '97 one of two recipients of the John F. Kennedy New Frontier Awards. The awards, which honor Americans under 40
Olivia Pavco-Giaccia '12 has been named by HerCampus as one of their "22 Under 22 Most Inspiring Women" for 2015. The award recognizes college women who are leaders doing big things to make our world a better place.
Order your discount tickets today for the 33rd annual Washington Revels presentation of The Christmas Revels. The Revels has reserved 100 seats for the Potomac community—with a 20% discount—for each of its shows (2:00 pm and 7:30 pm) on Saturday, December 5.
Davis Guggenheim '79 wrote and drirected HE NAMED ME MALALA. This film is an intimate portrait of Malala Yousafzai, who was wounded when Taliban gunmen opened fire on her and her friends' school bus in Pakistan's Swat Valley.
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Science and Engineering Research Center (SERC) program seniors Madeline Dubelier and Gianmarco Terrones have been named semifinalists in the Intel Science Talent Search 2016, a prestigious pre-college science and math competition. Madeline was chosen for her work on a robotic hand with touch sensors and double flex technology that allows a user to form a pinch grip, while Gianmarco was selected for his extensive research on desalination. Madeline and Gianmarco are two of only 300 semifinalists selected from a pool of more than 1,750 entrants nationwide.
For their selection, each receives a $1,000 award from Intel with an additional $1,000 presented to Potomac. On January 20, Intel will select 40 students as finalists, who will compete for more than $1 million in additional awards.
On Tuesday, Upper School students and their advisors shared their time and talents with 22 local organizations, including Martha's Table, Common Good City Farm, and Bread for the City during the fall Service Learning Day. Whether the day was spent organizing and restocking items, playing Monopoly with seniors at an assisted living community, or gardening and making other improvements on the school's campus, everyone helped make a positive difference.