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Annual 8th Grade Brundrett Research Symposium

Annual 8th Grade Brundrett Research Symposium
Over the course of the academic year, 8th graders from Brundrett Middle School have been completing environmental sampling in Port Aransas, TX. With this data, they have been investigating research questions such as "What local area has the most nutrients; marsh or beach?" or "How does wind affect birds?” At this research symposium, students will be holding a poster session to display their results. Scientists from the University of Texas Marine Science Institute will interact with the students and quiz them about their research in a format similar to that of scientific conferences. Awards were presented for data analysis, creativity, and the best overall. The symposium was organized By Teacher Lia Phillips and Scientists-in-Residence graduate student, Briana Martinez.
The Science-in-Residence program is supported by the Port Aransas Independent School District, The University of Texas Marine Science Institute, and the Port Aransas Education Foundation.
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