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Dr. Brian Tucholke To Lead Directed Study On Geological Evolution of the North Atlantic Ocean

Dr. Brian Tucholke, 1964 delegate to NYSC from South Dakota and scientist emeritus at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution in Woods Hole, MA, will lead a directed study on the geological evolution of the North Atlantic Ocean, June 28-30, at NYSC. Plate tectonics theory as developed over the past four-five decades has been a powerful…

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Dr. Julie Robinson, Chief Scientist, International Space Station Program
To Present at 2013 NYSC

Dr. Julie Robinson, a 1985 delegate to NYSC from Idaho, and chief scientist of the International Space Station Program at NASA will present “Eureka on the International Space Station” at 9:15 a.m., July 5, at NYSC. Dr. Robinson said that scientists are trained to be observers, but “we are just as vulnerable as anyone else…

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2012 National Youth Science Camp Senate Luncheon

WASHINGTON, D.C. – July 18, 2012 –National Youth Science Camp (NYSC) delegates will meet science policy makers and Senators for a luncheon from noon to 2pm on July 18, 2012, in the Kennedy Caucus Room of the Russell Senate Office Building in Washington, D.C. The luncheon will be hosted by U.S. Senator John D. Rockefeller…

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National Youth Science Foundation in the News

MATRIC Matters (West Virginia): National Youth Science Campers to Visit MATRIC The Mid-Atlantic Technology, Research & Innovation Center recognizes the critical importance of education and the role learning plays in fostering new discoveries. On June 28, we’re excited to be hosting over 100 National Youth Science Campers. Read More. Governor’s Office (Maine): Governor Presents Promising…

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Delegates from Colorado, Costa Rica and Washington D.C. Announced

The National Youth Science Foundation is pleased to announce selection of delegates representing Colorado, Costa Rica and Washington D.C. to the 2012 National Youth Science Camp. Two delegates are selected from each state for outstanding performance in STEM fields, and will be traveling to Camp Pocahontas, West Virginia to represent their states. They join delegates from…

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Brazil, California, and Chile Delegates Announced

The National Youth Science Foundation is pleased to announce selection of delegates representing Brazil, California, and Chile to the 2012 National Youth Science Camp. Two delegates are selected from each state for outstanding performance in STEM fields, and will be traveling to Camp Pocahontas, West Virginia to represent their states. They join delegates from select international…

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Argentina, Arizona, and Bolivia Delegates Announced

The National Youth Science Foundation is pleased to announce selection of delegates representing Argentina, Arizona and Bolivia to the 2012 National Youth Science Camp. Two delegates are selected from each state for outstanding performance in STEM fields, and will be traveling to Camp Pocahontas, West Virginia to represent their states. They join delegates from select…

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Alaska, Alabama, and Arkansas Delegates Announced

The National Youth Science Foundation is pleased to announce the selection of delegates representing Alaska, Alabama & Arkansas to the 2012 National Youth Science Camp.  Two delegates are selected from each state for outstanding performance in STEM fields, and will be traveling to Camp Pocahontas, West Virginia to represent their states.  They join delegates from…

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Trustee L. Newton Thomas honored

Trustee L. Newton Thomas was honored as a Lorenelle White Lifetime Achievement Award by The [West Virginia] State Journal.  Mr. Thomas was featured in the 2012 Who’s Who edition of the The State Journal, and shared his personal story.  Congratulations Newton! Read the entire story at The State Journal.

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National Youth Science Foundation in the News

Plum Oakmont Patch (Pennsylvania): Riverview Students Win State PJAS Awards …Paris also interviewed for and was selected to attend the four-week National Youth Science Camp in the Monongahela National Forest of West Virginia from June 27 to July 21, all expenses paid. Annually, only two students from each of the 50 states are selected to…

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