2019 Trig Star Winners!


National Trig-Star Committee Selects Winners of the Richard E. Lomax National Trig-Star
and Teaching Excellence Awards

The National Society of Professional Surveyors (NSPS) is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2019 Richard E. Lomax National Trig-Star Awards. The Trig-Star committee met on July 12-13, 2019 to determine the three top high school students from the national examinations submitted by state winners. This year there were thirty-six state winners submitted. A past president of NSPS, Richard Lomax was the driving force behind the elevation of the local Trig-Star program to the national level. In October 1994, Board action named this high school trigonometry skill award in his honor.

The

Richard E. Lomax National Trig-Star Awards are as follows:

$2,000 Winner Qingfeng Li Laramie High School Laramie, Wyoming

$1,000 Winner Austin Mazenko Cherry Creek High School Greenwood Village, Colorado

$500 Henry Hein Scholars Academy Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Richard E. Lomax National Teaching Excellence Awards are as follows:

$1,000 Winner:
Jim Padavic
Cherry Creek High School
Greenwood Village, Colorado

$500 Winner:
Jennifer Zhang
Scholars Academy
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

$250 Winner:
Paul Street
Laramie High School
Laramie, Wyoming

The following is a list of the remaining participants:

Colin Bamford, Alabama Lindsey Vande Velde, Kansas Aditya Agashe, New Jersey
Taryn Trigler, Alaska Damian Schwarber, Kentucky Kendall Scott, North Carolina
Karoline Stein, Germany Sadie Skinner, Maine Rohit Dasanoor, Ohio
Alexander Zera, California Than-Phuong Tran, Maryland Andy Carter, Oregon
Junzhao Jiang, Connecticut Ashley Nygren, Massachusetts Jacob Johnston, Pennsylvania
Aatig Vann, Delaware Hannah Rowe, Michigan Logan Langenfeld, S Dakota
Ian McLendon, Georgia Noah Gersich, Minnesota Matthew Chang, Texas
Isaac Speirs, Idaho Jaima DeVries, Missouri Logan Tischler, Utah
Shariq Zaman, Illinois Amanda Guilland, Montana Yifei Zhao, Virginia
Neal Hollinden, Indiana Vincent Tang, Nevada Chloe Chapman, Washington
Michael Han, Iowa Ava Jovell, New Hampshire Matthew Becker, Wisconsin

For more information about the NSPS awards and scholarship programs, please contact NSPS, 5119 Pegasus Court, Frederick, MD 21704, (240) 439-4615, e-mail: Trisha Milburn at trisha.milburn@nsps.us.com, or visit the NSPS web site at www.nsps.us.com.