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2017/06/28 Our students won the Grand Prize (first prize) and the Encouragement Prize in the 2017 Collaborative Regional Innovation Contest

Our students won the Grand Prize (first prize) and the Encouragement Prize in the 2017 Collaborative Regional Innovation Contest

date: Wednesday, June 28th, 2017

The Grand Prize Winner in the Regional Issues Category: Ms. KOYAMA Ena (11th Grade)

The Encouragement Prize Winner in the Regional Issues Category: Ms. MORINO Riho (12th Grade)

The Encouragement Prize Winner in the Research and Investigation Category: Ms. NIIZAKI Rei (12th Grade)

One student won the Grand Prize in the Regional Issues Category and two students won the Encouragement Prize in the Regional Issues and the Research and Investigation Categories in the 2017 Collaborative Regional Innovation Contest hosted by Faculty of Collaborative Regional Innovation, Ehime University. This contest with 2 categories (the Regional Issues Category and the Research and Investigation Category) was held to seek ideas for solving regional issues from high school students around Japan. Ms. KOYAMA Ena won the prestigious grand prize in the Regional Issues Category. She has been conducting research as a member of the science club and got the idea for the contest by her research activities to boost the revitalization of local communities. Ms. MORINO Riho (12th grade) who considered a causal relationship between haiku/dialect and a declining birthrate won the encouragement prize in the Regional Issues Category. Ms. NIIZAKI Rei (12th grade) conducted research on dye in the science club, and won the encouragement prize in the Research and Investigation Category. These brilliant results appeared in the Ehime Shimbun (a local newspaper) and the Ehime Shimbun Online. (https://www.ehimenp.co.jp/article/news201706285471)
Ms. KOYAMA who won the grand prize is going to give a presentation and receive the award at the Shiki Museum on July 17
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