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JOIN THE CHALLENGE.* *Students of age 11-18 that identify as female may join.
The rules are simple. Sign up below and upload a report about any STEAM related subject that you have worked on and are planning to continue on researching. The report should preferably bring solutions to real world problems (such as additional research report to an existing renewable energy source, or an experiment to reduce carbon dioxide in the atmosphere). You must be able to explain your purpose and inspiration of this report, as it will justify the credibility and originality of your research. Individuals or teams up to 2 students (both girls) are eligible for this competition. Please submit a Word document or PDF. No other files will be accepted. The deadline for this year's competition is March 30th, 2019 at 11:59 PM (EST). Results will be posted on the Winner's Page. Application Guidelines Here
PLEASE SUBMIT REPORT By emailing TO: astutiachallenge@gmail.com Subject Line: Full Name_ Age _STEAM Topic Please List the following information: 1. Attach PDF/Word Document 2. Full Name 3. Title of Experiment 4. STEAM Topic (Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Music, etc.) 5. Grade Level 6. Region/State
 Peluchi Flores Mrs. Flores has taught physics, chemistry, and other sciences for over 15 years. She has taught students in 6th through 12th grade in the Philippines and the USA. She is also the head of science at AIS. Ecaterina Lungu Ms. Lungu has taught biology and other sciences in Sweden and the USA. She has taught both middle and upper school students at Atlanta International School. She also coaches the MS Science Olympiad team at AIS.



 Tony Locke Mr. Locke has over 30 years of teaching experience in chemistry and other science subjects across grade levels. He has taught in several countries including Germany, Serbia, and the USA. Dan Dissell Mr. Dissell has taught biology, environmental science, and other science subjects for over 20 years. He has taught in several countries including Israel, Nigeria, Saudi Arabia, and the USA. Mr. Dissell coaches the US Science Olympiad team at AIS.  Catalina Ghercioiu Ms. Ghercioiu is a HL IBDP Mathematics teacher from Romania and has been teaching for eight years. She has taught in Brazil and U.S.. She strongly supports girls in STEAM and is proud to be part of the judging panel.