Flint Regional Science & Engineering Fair University of Michigan-Flint | 3.18-19.2023


Photography by Tucker White & Tony Velasco

For the 67th consecutive year, the FRSEF welcomed students from across an 11-county area, as well as any student not within an area associated with the International Science & Engineering Fair. More than 250 students grades 4-12 participated. The top 10% of Junior Division participants are eligible to enter the Thermo Fisher Junior Innovators Challenge, the largest international science competition for junior high students. The top four Senior Division winners receive all-expense-paid trips to the Regeneron International Science & Engineering Fair, this year in Dallas, TX. The top three winners also received full four-year scholarships to UM-Flint, while the Fourth Place winner earned a one-year $5,000 scholarship. Kettering University and Lawrence Technological University also awarded prizes.


This year’s top winners are:

Elementary (Grades 4-5)

  • Gold – Presley Johnson & Ada Osmon
  • Silver – Aryn Hansen
  • Silver – Owen Hudson Wolverton

Junior (Grades 6-8)

  • 1st Place, Life Sciences – Nirmal Loganathan
  • 1st Place, Earth, Environment, Chemistry – Adam Ghanem
  • 1st Place, Physical Science & Engineering – Rylee Tedrick

Senior (Grades 9-12)

  • 1st Place – Olivia & Andrew Wagner
  • 2nd Place – Akhilesh Kanmanthreddy
  • 3rd Place – Anthony Daoud
  • 4th Place – Joseph Crachiola

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