Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies and our co-sponsor Marist College would like to congratulate the winners of the 4th Annual Hudson Data Jam Competition!
1st place: "The Effect of the Invasive Water Chestnut on the Population Density of Macroinvertebrates in the Hudson River" from Marymount School of New York
2nd place: "Zebra Mussels: The Hudson River Has Never Been the Same" from Stissing Mountain Middle School
3rd place: "Elly: An Eel’s Journey" from the Chapin School (Creative Story)
1st place: "Noir on the Hudson" Ossining High School
2nd place: "The Day PCB’s made a Splash into the Hudson River" from Oakwood Friends School (Story Book)
3rd place: "Historic Pollution and Human Impacts" from Clarkstown High School North
Middle School: "The Blood Sucker AKA The Black Legged Tick and Where They Hide to Find Their Prey" from Oakwood Friends School
High School: "The Day PCB’s made a Splash into the Hudson River" from Oakwood Friends School (Story Book)
Feb 1 – Early registration deadline to receive in-class support.
April 24 – Competition registrations and parent/guardian consent forms due.
May 8 – Project submissions due online by 11:59pm EST.
May 31, 4:30-5:00 PM – Projects, including posters, to be dropped off at Cary Institute.
May 31, 5:00-7:00 – Data Jam Expo and Awards Ceremony at Cary Institute. All prizes awarded during the event.