Student Wins Cleveland Clinic eXpressions Award 2018

January 18th, 2018 | News

Sophomore Paige Ray ’20 received an honorable mention for her poem entitled “Tender,” which she entered in the Cleveland Clinic eXpressions Language Competition. Roughly 1,700 art, language, and math projects from 61 schools were submitted in the fall of 2017.

In recognition for Paige’s hard work and talent, the Cleveland Clinic will be featuring her work on their website and in a catalogue of all the award-winning submissions. They will also be displaying her work in their annual Cleveland Clinic eXpressions Art, Language and Math eXhibition, which opens on Thursday, February 15, 2018 at the Global Center for Health Innovation in Cleveland.

About Cleveland Clinic’s eXpressions Program

eXpressions™ is a free, award-winning educational initiative that engages middle and high school students in the creative exploration of science and medicine. Through project-based, peer-to-peer learning, students translate research studies conducted by Cleveland Clinic summer interns, producing artistic, literary, and mathematical interpretations of the science. Click here to learn more.