Four Keystone students win medals, published in Harvard International Review

Dec 15 2022

Four Keystone students win medals, published in Harvard International Review

Congratulations to Keystone’s four Alpha Scholars, who won medals for Summer 2022 and are published in the 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.

Cody – 10th Grade

Ajay – 10th Grade

Aarav – 10th Grade

Students submitted their papers and delivered presentations to judges that included staff members of the publication.

Here are the Keystone winners and their papers:

Niraj, 11th Grade, Gold Medal“Differential Health Outcomes: An Analysis of the Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Food Insecurity across Various Racial Groups”

Arav, 10th Grade, Silver Medal: “Bangladesh and the forced labor market: Proposing regulations for the textile manufacturing industry in Bangladesh to ensure the welfare of all workers

Ajay, 10th Grade, Silver Medal: “Unjustified: A comparison of Eastern European actions and policies for Ukrainian and Syrian refugees

Cody, 10th Grade, Silver Medal:Lock the Clock: An examination of the effectiveness of the Sunshine Protection Act in impacting public health, safety, and economic change in the United States

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