Four Keystone students win medals, published in Harvard International Review
Of special note is 11th grader Niraj, whose work earned an A+, the first student to earn that mark in the history of this competition.
The program from Alpha Partners Education and the Harvard publication teaches college-level research, writing and presentation skills to high school students in support of the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
Students who participate in the program work one-on-one with Harvard undergraduate mentors in advanced study and research of a topic related to their chosen SDG, culminating in a 12-page research paper and 15-minute presentation.
Students submitted their papers and delivered presentations to judges that included staff members of the publication.
Here are the Keystone winners and their papers:
Ajay, 10th Grade, Silver Medal: “Unjustified: A comparison of Eastern European actions and policies for Ukrainian and Syrian refugees”