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International Competition Winners

2000-2001 International Student Technical Writing Competition (ISTWC) Winners

Congratulations to all the Washington, DC - Baltimore Chapter winners who won awards at the STC International Competition level!

The winners of the Washington, DC - Baltimore Chapter's Austin T. Brown Technical Communication Award Competition for high school students in grades 10-12 are entered in the International Student Technical Writing Competition (ISTWC), which takes place in February. This competition provides a unique avenue for international recognition. Awards in the international competition are $1000 for Distinguished, $500 for Excellence, $300 for Merit, and a certificate for Honorable Mention.

Student Grade Subject School Teacher
Distinguished

There were no Distinguished winners from the chapter this year.

Excellence
Davis Hasty 10 Deep Sea Vents: The Origin of Life?
Subject Area: Biology
Blake High School
Silver Spring, MD
Mrs. Paula M. Rowe
Merit

There were no Merit winners from the chapter this year.

Honorable Mention
Bethany Baird Skelton 12 The Effect of pH on Earthworm's Pulse Rate— The Effect of Earthworms on the pH of Soil
Subject Area: Biology
Washington Lee High School
Arlington, VA
Ms. Marlene Smith

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