50 LI students named Intel semifinalists

Akash Nandi, 17, a student at St. Anthony's

Akash Nandi, 17, a student at St. Anthony's High School in South Huntington, is a 2014 Intel Science Talent Search semifinalist. (Jan. 8, 2014)

These 50 Long Island students were named semifinalists Wednesday in the 2014 Intel Science Talent Search competition, one-sixth of the 300 semifinalists nationwide. Forty finalists in the prestigious contest will be announced Jan. 22 and will compete in Washington, D.C., in March for top awards.

Semifinalists are listed by school district or school.

 

Bellmore-Merrick

Rachel Abramowitz, 17

Rebecca Jellinek, 17

Ben November, 17

 

Commack

Joshua Zweig, 17

 

East Meadow

Ganesh Ravichandran, 17

 

East Williston

Lauren Perry, 17

 

Friends Academy

Erik Loscalzo, 17

 

Great Neck

Richard Feder, 17

Evangeline Giannopoulos, 17

Kara Kupferberg, 18

Larry Li, 17

Terry Wei, 17

 

Half Hollow Hills

Alex Devarajan, 16

 

Hauppauge

Nicholas Karavolias, 17

 

Herricks

William Chung, 17

Sachit Singal, 17

Ankoor Talwar, 17

 

Huntington

Aron Coraor, 17

 

Jericho

Ken Aizawa, 17

Matthew Chun, 17

Chenle Hu, 17

Xingan Hua, 17

Preeti Kakani, 17

Dohee Na, 18

Kaitlyn Shin, 17

Amy Xu, 17

 

Kings Park

Bhavani Ananthabhotla, 17

 

Lawrence

Edan Packin, 17

 

Manhasset

Priya Alagesan, 17

Albert Kim, 18

Michael Kusnierek, 17

Kevin Tong, 17

 

Oceanside

Brittany Kwait, 17

Kara Zielinski, 17

 

Port Jefferson

Kent Ueno, 17

 

Port Washington

Dillon Drukker, 17

Harry Paul, 17

Simon Shapiro, 17

 

Plainview-Old Bethpage

Reva Butensky, 16

 

Rockville Centre

Matthew Giovanniello, 17

 

Roslyn

Jerry Li, 18

 

Smithtown

Catherine Feldman, 17

Yongpeng Tang, 17

 

St. Anthony's High School

Akash Nandi, 17

 

Syosset

Priyanka Kumar, 17

Hyunkee Sung, 17

George Wang, 18

 

Three Village

Luran He, 17

Harrison Li, 16

 

Wantagh

Jaclyn Onufrey, 17

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