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Science Camp: West Virginia Gem

Charleston Gazette – July 3, 2011 One of the Mountain State’s finest features is the National Youth Science Camp, which brings brilliant teens — two from each state plus special foreign guests — to Pocahontas County each summer for a month of high-tech study and outdoor fun. The youths are inspiring, the best America has…

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In the News

The National Youth Science Camp gained media attention with the Martha Wehrle Opening lecture on June 30. Check out the Charleston Gazette article here.

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In the News

The National Youth Science Camp gained media attention with the Martha Wehrle Opening lecture on June 30. Check out the Charleston Gazette article here.

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2011 NYSC Delegates in the News

The start of the 2011 National Youth Science Camp is rapidly approaching; delegates arrive in Charleston on June 30. Newspapers and TV stations across the country and around the world are now featuring the achievements and great potential of these wonderful students. When the NYSC learns of these delegates in the news, links are being…

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NYSC Around the World

Repost from http://blogs.state.gov/ On May 18, the U.S. Embassy partnered with the National Library of Trinidad and Tobago to launch the Caribbean’s first U.S. Science Corner. More than 100 students, educators, and enthusiastic members of the public attended this fantastic event that was highlighted on all local television stations. U.S. Ambassador to the Republic of Trinidad…

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Top Young Scientists in Arizona

A high school student in Chandler is one of the two students chosen as the most promising young scientific leaders in Arizona in a national youth science competition. Read more: http://www.azcentral.com/community/chandler/articles/2011/05/23/20110523chandler-scott-boisvert-science-student0521.html#ixzz1NILnv5V6

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NYSC Alumnus in the Media: Dr. Julie Robinson (ID 1985)

Listen Now NPR – All Things Considered: NASA Shoots Legos, Worms and Squid Into Space Dr. Julie A. Robinson is the Program Scientist for the International Space Station (ISS) for the National Aeronautics and Space Agency (NASA) at Johnson Space Center. She serves as the chief scientist for the ISS Program, representing all ISS research…

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NYSC Alumnus in the Media: Dr. Terry Plank (DE 1981)

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Journey to the Earth’s Core

History Channel, March 23 – 9:00-11:00 PM With video shot by NYSC alumnus Katie Inderbitzen (NH 1998) and a bit about her research! Humans have mapped every corner of the globe–from jungles and deserts to the depths of space. Yet we’ve gone only seven miles below the Earth’s surface–just one five hundredth of the way…

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NYSC Alumnus in the News: Marissa Mayer (WI, 1993)

Marissa Mayer (NYSC WI, 1993), vice president of consumer products at Google, is an unapologetic geek and thinks that the Internet will encourage others, male or female, to be geeks just like her. Marissa Mayer: “I have a confession to make: I am a geek. Now granted, geek isn’t a word you often hear referring to women….

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