Winning Projects

Below you will find the winners and runners-up for the Milton Wolf Project, by year. Students submitted in several forms - PowerPoints, online formats such as Prezis and Google slide shows, and videos. We hope you enjoy viewing them.  

2018 Milton Wolf Prize Winners

The Inner City Problem

Alisa Fixler

Teacher: Mrs. White

Roland Park Middle School

Baltimore, MD

 

Clean Water and Sanitation

Akemi Takeuchi, Carolyn Lee, Yixuen Moh 

Teacher: Mrs. Krista Fiabane

Julius West Middle School

Rockville, MD

Let’s do it in Baltimore: Addressing Poverty

Zarin Mahmud

Teacher: Mrs. Regina White

Roland Park Elementary Middle School

Baltimore, MD

Hands Down, DON’T SHOOT!

Kamirah Owens, Jacqueline Eadie, Kamar Curley

Teacher: Ms. Melissa Silva

Arts High School

Newark, NJ

Human Trafficking

Estefany Abrego, Mandy Rodrigues, DomonyQuk Alexander

Teacher: Ms. Melissa Silva

Arts High School

Newark, NJ

2018 Milton Wolf Prize Runners Up

Darlington’s Destitution

MaryElizabeth Wilson, Trinity Harrell, Timera Streater

Teacher: Mrs. Rouse

Darlington Middle School

Darlington, SC

Racial Profiling

Jean-Pierre Campos, Daniel Arenas, Jesayra Quinones 

Teacher: Ms. Melissa Silva

Arts High School

Newark, NJ

Poverty in America

Melanie Rodrigues, Jayleen Alicia

Teacher: Ms. Silva

Arts High School

Newark, NJ

 

Sex Trafficking and Kidnapping

Shae Washington

Teacher: Ms. Melissa Silva

Arts High School

Newark, NJ

 

Environmental Problems

Jannat Naima, Tatyann Bent

Teacher: Ms. Melissa Silva

Arts High School

Newark, NJ

2017 Milton Wolf Prize Winners

Sarah Day/Multple Sclerosis Awareness

Candis Cochran’s Class (group project)

Teacher: Mrs. Cochran

Early McDowell College HS

Marion, NC

MUSC Bibs for Babes

Maya Pai, Ruth Middleton, Jonathan Yi

Teacher: Liz Good 

Buist Academy

Charleston, SC

Ocean Games

Allison Kortte

Teacher: Sarah Martin

The Mount Washington School

Baltimore, MD

Clean Water and Sanitation

Saniya Nazeer, Catherine Joe

Teacher: Krista Fiabane

Julius West Middle School

Rockville, MD

Homelessness

Simi Damolekun

Teacher: Khytt Lawrey

Albert Middle School

Houston, TX

2018 Milton Wolf Prize Runners Up

 

Gender Equality

Rachel Lacoretz

Teacher: Krista Fiabane

Julius West Middle School

Rockville, MD

Homelessness

Grace Robinson

Teacher: Amanda Stockett, 

Providence High School

Charlotte, SC

Sexual Assault

Taylor Kerr

Teacher: Amanda Stockett

Providence High School

Charlotte, SC

Eradicating Hunger

Aries Wang, Alexander Merrifield

Teacher: Michael Wheeler

Julius West Middle School

Rockville, MD

Combating HIV/AIDS, Malaria, and Other Diseases

Teacher: Michael Reiter

Damon Termini

Julius West Middle School

Rockville, MD

2016 Milton Wolf Prize Winners

Baltimore's Trash Wheel: Addressing the community Problem of Trash in our Waterways 

Allison Kortte, Amy Hubbard, Olivia Restilli, 6th grade

Teacher: Mr. Ryan Kaiser

The Mount Washington School

Baltimore, MD

Domestic Violence in Ashe County 

Mattie Joines, 10th grade

Teacher: Ms. Rachel Shepherd

Ashe County High School

West Jefferson, NC

 

Energy Assistance Reform

Annsley Roberts, Skyler Taracido, 12th grade

Teacher: Ms. Rachel Shepherd

Ashe County High School

West Jefferson, NC

Helping Others Adopt Healthy Initiatives 

Ms. Ashley Lattimore’s Class (9th-12th grades)

McDowell Early College

Marion, NC

Kids Keep Charleston Clean

Braedon Love, 7th grade

Teacher: Liz Goodloe

Buist Academy School

Charleston, NC

2016 Milton Wolf Prize Runners-up

Being Black in a Racist Community

Alexis Wray, Maddie Crawford, 12th grade

Teacher: Ms. Rachel Shepherd

Ashe County High School

West Jefferson, NC

Food Deserts in Baltimore City 

Michelle Seaberg, 8th grade

Teacher: Ms. Sarah Martin

The Mount Washington School, Baltimore

PowerPoint

The POWER Initiative

Masilan Sundara, 8th grade

Teachers: Ms. Liz Goodloe, Mr. Bill Smyth

Buist Academy School, Charleston, SC

PowerPoint and video

Water Pollution in the Baltimore Harbor: Sewage 

Aijalyn Long, Zhydekhay Esguerra, 7th grade

Teacher: Ms. Sarah Martin

The Mount Washington School

Baltimore, MD

PowerPoint

Why Baltimore Needs the Arts 

Sophie Fireside, 8th grade

Teacher: Ms. Sarah Martin

The Mount Washington School

Baltimore, MD

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