Mrs. Helen (Eleni) Coyle

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Degrees and Certifications:

-Masters and Bachelors of Engineering- Stevens Institute of Technology -Teacher Certification- Saint Peter's College

Mrs. Helen (Eleni) Coyle

Welcome to the school year 2019-20!
In my web pages you can find useful links for each of my classes as well as the curriculum map, class requirements, etc. 

You will also find class and club news such as science competitions.

Calendar of assignments and notes are available to students through my Google Classroom pages.

I teach AP Physics C (Calculus based) Mechanics and Electricity & Magnetism, Physics Honors(Algebra and Trigonometry based) and Methods of Science Research Honors I, II and III.

I also advise the Physics Club and the Astronomy Club.

  I have a Bachelor’s and a Master’s of Engineering degree from Stevens Institute of Technology, where I majored in Chemical Engineering with a Polymer Processing concentration.

I completed my teaching certification at St. Peter’s College. 

The best way to contact me is by email at hcoyle@tenafly.k12.nj.us .

The summer assignment is located in Google Classroom; please email me if you have trouble logging in.

 

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Awesome news from our Science Research students at Nokia Bell Labs NJRSF, March 9th and 10th, 2018  (NJRSF.org) :

INTEL ISEF Symposium Trip Winner:
-JooUn Lee, won the highest award
in Nokia Bell Labs NJRSF (the first time in the history of our THS research program) and will be presenting at INTEL ISEF (International Science and Engineering Fair) in May, which takes place this year in Pittsburgh, PA. There he will present his research and will be competing for awards including $74,000.00 top in category award!!! The title of his research is "Detection of Ovarian Cancer Biomarkers using a Carbon Nanotube-Based Sensor". Information can be seen at https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/education/competitions/international-science-and-engineering-fair.html

 INTEL ISEF Symposium Finalists: 
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Ethan Park and Subin (Emily) Kwen 

Category Awards:

-Animal Science and Physiology
Second place Lucas Goldman
Third place Angela Youn

Biomedical Engineering
Second Place Joo Un Lee.

Chemistry and Material Science
Honorable Mention Kaitlyn Sue Yeh, Isabelle Heewon Kang

Engineering
Honorable.Mention Justin Wong

Environmental Science
First Place Ethan Park, Subin (Emily) Kwen

SPECIAL AWARDS

Air Force Awards
-Kaitlyn Sue Yeh, Isabelle Heewon Kang, Justin Wong

ASU Walton Sustainability Awards

Biophysics Award
-Matt Dreyer

 Cancer Research Awards
-Second Place Joo Un Lee

Geoscience Awards
-Ethan Park, Subin (Emily) Kwen, Yuri Han

American Physiological Society Award
-Angela Youn

Rutgers Student Awards
-Daniel Lee, Lauren Kim, Eva Buergler, Alexandra Whitney Nelson, Kaitlyn Sue Yeh, Isabelle Heewon Kang, Justin Wong, Matt Dreyer, Yuri Han

Statistics Awards
-Second Place Award Noah Vardy
-Statistics Third Place Award Yuri Han
 

Yale Science and Engineering Awards
-Zachary Lyandres

Rutgers JSHS March 2018
1st Place Engineering Paper: Justin Wong
5th Place Oral Presenter: Jessica Dai

 

Zero Robotics Competition Semifinalists!!!!!!

Congratulations to all!
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A quote from Nobel Laureate Physicist Dr. Richard Feynman:

"I can appreciate the beauty of a flower. But at the same time, I see much more in the flower... I can imagine the cells inside, which also have a beauty. There's beauty not just at the dimension of one centimeter; there's also beauty at a smaller dimension. There are the complicated actions of the cells, and other processes. The fact that the colors in the flower have evolved in order to attract insects to pollinate it is interesting; that means that insects can see colors. That adds a question: does this aesthetic sense we have also exist in lower forms of life? There are all kinds of interesting questions that come from a knowledge of science, which only adds to the excitement and mystery and awe of a flower. It only adds."