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A 14-year-old Ethiopian-born American in the U.S. state of Virginia has won the 3M Young Scientist Challenge,

 

Ethiopian American Top Young Scientist Challenge Winner Hopes to Change Lives

A 14-year-old Ethiopian-born American in the U.S. state of Virginia has won the 3M Young Scientist Challenge, an annual science competition for U.S. students in grades five through eight. VOA’s Eden Geremew recently spoke with the winner in Fairfax County, Virginia, in this report narrated by Salem Solomon. Camera: Karina Choudhury

1 thought on “A 14-year-old Ethiopian-born American in the U.S. state of Virginia has won the 3M Young Scientist Challenge,”

  1. My family and I are very proud of young man. We wish you continued success in your future career. Bravo! Bravo!!!

    Another well accomplished chef of an Ethiopian origin was on Tamron Hall show yesterday. Her name is Fariyal Abdullahi. A powerhouse and extremely intelligent Fariyal had samples one of her recipes which is my family’s go-to desert, baklava. She is a firebrand in the most appealing way. She told the host and the audience that she and her friends have built 9 schools in our old country. I hope everyone in our Diaspora follows her example and give back to the country that has produced us all. She even told the host and the audience that Ethiopia was never colonized. What a patriot!!! She has made this octogenarian here very proud. I wish her continued success in every thing she does in her profession. Another well accomplished chef of an Ethiopian origin was on Tamron Hall show yesterday. Her name is Fariyal Abdullahi. A powerhouse and extremely intelligent Fariyal had samples one of her recipes which is my family’s go-to desert, baklava. She is a firebrand in the most appealing way. She told the host and the audience that she and her friends have built 9 schools in our old country. I hope everyone in our Diaspora follows her example and give back to the country that has produced us all. She even told the host and the audience that Ethiopia was never colonized. What a patriot!!! She has made this octogenarian here very proud. I wish her continued success in every thing she does in her profession.

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