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Princeton High School Students Jieruei Chang and Shloka Shiram have earned honors in STEM competitions.

Chang was named to the 2024 U.S. Physics Olympiad Qualifier List, earning him a spot as one of the best 400 physics students in the country. He had previously been recognized at the 2024 Mercer County Science and Engineering Fair in the Software and Embedded Systems category. His project, "Semi-Supervised Pulmonary Auscultation Analysis with Cross Pseudo Supervision," earned third place.


Shriram, who serves as a peer STEM mentor to students in the elementary and middle schools, won 3rd place in oral presentation for her category at the 62nd Junior Science and Humanities Symposium, a Department of Defense-sponsored event that encourages high school students to conduct original research in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. She had previously been the winner of the"Chemistry and Materials" category at the 2024 Mercer County Science and Engineering Fair for her project, "Novel Quantum Materials for Low Power Electronics," which qualified her to attend the  International Science and Engineering Fair in Los Angeles, to be held later this month.

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