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International Competition Winners

2001-2002 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.

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There were no Distinguished winners from the chapter this year.


There were no Excellence winners from the chapter this year.

Elyssa Gelmann   Net-spinning caddisflies as ecosystem engineers: The effects of Hydropsyche depravata on stream substrate stability during floods
Subject Area: Stream Ecology
Montgomery Blair High School
Silver Spring, MD
Ms. Jonetta M. Russell
Honorable Mention
Alexey Rostapshov   Determining 3-D Structures of Macromolecular Complexes Using Electron Microscopy and Protein docking: development, Refinement, and Parallelization of the DCORR Method
Subject Area: Structural Biology
Montgomery Blair High School
Silver Spring, MD
Ms. Jonetta M. Russell

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