Two Long Island high school seniors emerged Tuesday night with $45,000 in prizes between them from the national Intel science contest, following four rounds of judging and a White House handshake with President Barack Obama.
Chelsea Jurman, 17, of Roslyn High School, captured fifth place and a $25,000 scholarship. Preya Shah, also 17, of Ward Melville High School in Setauket, took eighth...
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