NHS students cook up plan to fight hunger
On April 29, two Newton Senior High School students participated in the 2013 Iowa Youth Institute presented by the World Food Prize Foundation, held at Iowa State University.
Ethan McConkey and Emily law traveled with their teacher and adviser, Bill Reed, to present their research and recommendations to global leaders in the fields of science, industry, education and policy.
In order to participate in this event, McConkey and Law had to write papers between 2200 and 3500 words and include a bibliography with at least five sources and in-text citations. The papers had to focus on food security issues in a developing county of the student’s choice, and a key factor in world hunger from a provided list.
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