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  • Atlantans receive USPAACC-SE Diversity in Action awards

    Atlantans receive USPAACC-SE Diversity in Action awards November 2019 - The US Pan Asian American Chamber of Commerce Southeast Region honored five “Outstanding Asian Americans" and ten “Top Asian American Businesses”; ten of these were South Asian Americans.

  • Dr. Neiraj Jain’s findings confirmed: eye damage from a drug

    Dr. Neiraj Jain’s findings confirmed: eye damage from a drug November 2019 - Nieraj Jain, M.D., of Emory Eye Center in Atlanta, found a problem with a drug used for interstitial cystitis; now there is further confirming data that longterm use causes vision problems.

  • Aratrika & Urjoshi’s campaign against Human Trafficking

    Aratrika & Urjoshi’s campaign against Human Trafficking November 2019 - Aratrika and Urjoshi Kar, 11th graders at Alpharetta High School, with Trisha Patil and Tanvi Patil, presented ‘UNCHAINED: The Key to End Modern Slavery’ (human trafficking) at a Youth Conference.

  • Two junior golfers to play in Nationals

    Two junior golfers to play in Nationals November 2019 - Two Indian-American junior golfers, Parth Kumar (12 years old) from Suwanee, and Sahish Reddy (11) from Duluth are on a team that will play in the PGA Jr. League Championship in Arizona.

  • Arul’s wireless network to cover metro Atlanta

    Arul’s wireless network to cover metro Atlanta October 2019 - Aditya Arul, an Atlanta 6th grader, has founded a company, Emrit, that will provide a peer-to-peer wireless network to track small devices at lower tariffs than what wireless telcos now offer.

  • Georgia merit winner in 3M national Young Scientist Challenge

    Georgia merit winner in 3M national Young Scientist Challenge October 2019 - Vinod Ruppa-Kasani, an 8th grader from Taylor Road Middle School, Johns Creek, Georgia, is among 20 students selected as 3M Young Scientist Challenge 2019 State Merit Winners.

  • Girl Scout’s project benefits families with preemies

    Girl Scout’s project benefits families with preemies October 2019 - Anoushka Talwar, 14 years old, completed a unique project for her Girl Scout silver award: raising awareness and creating mini libraries in NICUs (Neonatal Intensive Care Units) of hospitals.

  • Gulannar Rattani, semifinalist for GCPS Teacher of the Year

    Gulannar Rattani, semifinalist for GCPS Teacher of the Year October 2019 - Gulannar Rattani, Algebra I Teacher, Gear Up for Graduation Program (Grade 8) is Teacher of the Year for Moore Middle School, Lawrenceville, GA, and a semifinalist for Gwinnett Teacher of the Year.

  • Top Brookwood science team goes to National Science Olympiad

    Top Brookwood science team goes to National Science Olympiad October 2019 - Brookwood High School's Science Olympiad Team won its 9th consecutive state championship. Aashay Amin was on the team representing Georgia in the National Science Olympiad at Cornell University.

  • Search for National Merit scholars begins

    Search for National Merit scholars begins October 2019 - Eight of the 72 Gwinnett County Public Schools (GCPS) seniors named 2020 National Merit Scholarship Program semifinalists are Indian-Americans and may be on their way to scholarships.

 

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