Stall Catchers trophy displayed proudly at Lake Hazel Middle School 💜

We already told you the story of the first #CitSciTrophy that we awarded to Lake Hazel Middle School students some weeks ago, for winning the #CrushALZ competition !

After the winter break we received photos of the trophy from their teacher, Ms. Erin Davis (who, to be perfectly honest, became Mrs. Erin Lamichhane during that time! Congrats Erin !! 💍💒). The trophy ended up in the school's primary trophy case!!

The story has now also been published on the syndicated SciStarter, Discover Magazine & PLoS Blogs 😊

Kids recognized for efforts with #EyesOnALZ #Alzheimer’s research. Recognition is so important in #citizenscience & all forms of #science! Nice one @eyesonalz & @pmichelu! Good article Egle & @DiscoverMag! Shout out to @CrowdAndCloudTV & #CrushALZ #citsci

— Jessie Oliver (@JessieLOliver) January 25, 2018

We also uploaded the designs of the trophy itself to GitHub - they are completely open source, so just grab them & make your own changes if you like to use them for your project !

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