|Photo by Amanda Santos|
EBL's 2016 Step-Up student, Kloe Borja won first place at the CMNI Island-wide STEM Fair this weekend. She conducted her project on avian gut passage times to predict which bird species would best disperse seeds into degraded forest if reintroduced to Guam.
For her next step, Kloe will be one of approximately 1,800 high school students from around the world to compete in the Intel International Science & Engineering Fair in Los Angeles in May.
Check out the article about Kloe in the Saipan Tribune here:
Strong work, Kloe!!