Tabin Dharanikota, a junior at Raleigh Charter High School, spent four weeks of his summer in the dorms and classrooms at UNC-Charlotte attending Summer Ventures, a research-intensive program for juniors and seniors interested in delving deeper into topics related to math, science, and technology. Working with a student from Cary Academy, Tabin used the opportunity to explore the unique economic factors of Greece that made it vulnerable to financial collapse. The research, presented in a paper titled “An External View into Europe’s Economy,” went on to earn the Catalyst Award, an honor bestowed upon Summer Ventures students for exemplary research. As recipients of the award, Tabin and his research partner presented their work at the State of North Carolina Undergraduate Research and Creativity Symposium at High Point University in November.
Tabin Dharanikota, a junior at Raleigh Charter High School, spent four weeks of his summer in the dorms and classrooms at UNC-Charlotte attending Summer Ventures, a research-intensive program for juniors and seniors interested in delving deeper into topics related to math, science, and technology. Working with a student from Cary Academy, Tabin used the opportunity to explore the unique economic factors of Greece that made it vulnerable to financial collapse. The research, presented in a paper titled “An External View into Europe’s Economy,” went on to earn the Catalyst Award, an honor bestowed upon Summer Ventures students for exemplary research. As recipients of the award, Tabin and his research partner presented their work at the State of North Carolina Undergraduate Research and Creativity Symposium at High Point University in November.
Tabin Dharanikota, a junior at Raleigh Charter High School, spent four weeks of his summer in the dorms and classrooms at UNC-Charlotte attending Summer Ventures, a research-intensive program for juniors and seniors interested in delving deeper into topics related to math, science, and technology. Working with a student from Cary Academy, Tabin used the opportunity to explore the unique economic factors of Greece that made it vulnerable to financial collapse. The research, presented in a paper titled “An External View into Europe’s Economy,” went on to earn the Catalyst Award, an honor bestowed upon Summer Ventures students for exemplary research. As recipients of the award, Tabin and his research partner presented their work at the State of North Carolina Undergraduate Research and Creativity Symposium at High Point University in November.

Raleigh Charter student wins Summer Ventures award

February 22, 2016 05:44 AM

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