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Winning Projects 2012

New York

Junior 1st:  Dylan Cordaro, William Muller, Glen Mullhaupt, Timothy Pierce

Group Website – U.S. Submarines: How They Revolutionized America

Junior 2nd: Joe Petroff, Dan Polhamus

Group Documentary- Safety on the Seas

Junior 2nd: Alex Deland

Individual exhibit- The Nuclear Submarine: A Revolution for Underwater Travel and Military Power.

Junior 2nd: O’Neshia Cook, Kiona Domros, Christian Gayle-Love, Alexandra Holt,  Jesse Powers

Group Website- Titanic

Connecticut

Junior 1st: Vivian Ngo

Paper- Titanic Disaster: Reaction & Reform in History

Junior 2nd: Zanagee & Gezani Artis

Documentary: Paul Cuffee

Rhode Island

1st Senior: Luke Telang, Naryan Murthy

Group Documentary: Containerization

2nd Senior: Gianna Jasinski

Sr. Exhibits Individual: Gaspee

2nd Senior: Amy Sevigny

Sr. Individual Website:   Submarines: A Deciding factor in World War I

1st Junior: Leah Sirmalis, Molly Ruhan

Jr. Junior Group Exhibit: The Boston Tea Party

2nd Junior: Dean Russo

Jr.  Individual Documentary: The Seabees: Military Construction Revolutionized

 New Jersey

Senior 1st: George Li & Jeffrey Wang

Group Documentary: Engines of Opportunity: The Steam Revolution Drives reform in an Industrial World

Junior 1st: Ralph DePalma IV

Jr. Individual Exhibit: Greenwich Tea Party: Burning British Rule

1st Junior: Leah Sirmalis, Molly Ruhan

Jr. Junior Group Exhibit: The Boston Tea Party

Junior 2nd: Chris Festa, Sasan Hakimzadeh, Michael Knothe

Jr. Exhibit: Revolutionary Change: Transportation in 19th century new Jersey

Junior 2nd:  Dean Russo

Jr.  Individual Documentary: The Seabees: Military Construction Revolutionized

Massachusettes

Senior 1st: Maxwell Counihan, Andrew Klobucher, Frank McCarthy, Brian Riordan

Sr. Group Website: Incorporation of Carrier-Based Planes into the Navy

Senior 2nd: Jen Vachon, Alee King

Sr. Group Exhibit: Sailing to Freedom: Revolution of Race in the Whaling City