St. John’s Student Wins First Place at Titration Competition

The Chemistry Program at the University of Guam hosted its annual Chemistry Titration  Competition for high school students during the university’s Charter Day on Tuesday, March 13, 2018. Titration is a common laboratory method or process for determining the quantity or concentration of a substance in a solution.

Each participating school was allowed to send two teams, which consisted of 2 students per team.  Prizes were given to students with the highest score in the team, individual, and laboratory skill categories.

Under the guidance of upper school science teacher, Ms. Kathy Yang, Nithya Narayanaswamy (11th grade) won first place in the Laboratory Skills category. Additionally, Leya Yang (11th grade) was recognized for her hard work and received a certificate.

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