Audrey Kuo is a senior at the Academy for Mathematics, Science, and Engineering in Morris County. This past summer, she interned at NASA to conduct air quality research concerning the effect of particulate matter levels on public health and vegetation. Audrey is also doing cyberpsychology research at New Jersey Institute of Technology using eye tracking to analyze the effects of visual clutter on attention, along with machine learning research at Stanford University using algorithms to predict stock performance. Her paper on the effect of canaries' songs on neurogenesis and their potential applications for Alzheimer's Disease patients was named a runner-up in the New York Times STEM writing contest. She has also presented at conferences with the New Jersey Highlands Council and helped to develop a New Jersey Highlands Economic Sustainability Plan, which has been published on nj.gov. In her school community, Audrey is chapter president of Junior State of America, as well as class Vice President and choir board vice president. She is a sabre fencer and state individual fencing championship qualifier, as well as a member of her school's cross country team. She is also a two-time Carnegie Hall performer and member of the All-State Mixed Choir. Her future STEM interests lie in the field of neuroscience.