Programs

List of Programs

2010 NYSC Lecture: Dr. D. B. “Zoon” Nguyen

How to Duplicate Gold Bullion and Other Engineering Consequences of Set Theory and the Axiom of Choice This is a large video file and may time considerable time to sufficiently buffer.

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2011 Texas Delegates Selected

The National Youth Science Foundation is pleased to announce selection of two delegates who will represent Texas at the 2011 National Youth Science Camp. Mr. Alex Stolzberg lives in Houston and attends Carnegie Vanguard High School. He plans to study Electrical Engineering at the University of Texas at Austin. He hopes to become an electrical…

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NYSC Application Deadline Extended for WV

The National Youth Science Foundation has extended the deadline for graduating seniors to apply to represent West Virginia at the 2011 National Youth Science Camp. The revised deadline is Friday, May 20, 2011. The National Youth Science Camp (NYSC) is a residential science education program that honors and challenges graduating high school science students from…

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NYSC and the Department of State

United States – Chile Cooperation on Education Fact Sheet Bureau of Western Hemisphere Affairs March 20, 2011 ________________________________ President Obama and President Piñera are committed to an expanding and comprehensive education partnership. They affirm that U.S.-Chile education cooperation contributes to the creation of knowledge-rich societies. The U.S.-Chile partnership is critical to improving and expanding access…

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NYSC and the Department of State

United States – Chile Cooperation on Education Fact Sheet Bureau of Western Hemisphere Affairs March 20, 2011 ________________________________ President Obama and President Piñera are committed to an expanding and comprehensive education partnership. They affirm that U.S.-Chile education cooperation contributes to the creation of knowledge-rich societies. The U.S.-Chile partnership is critical to improving and expanding access…

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Gov. Branstad Names Atreya Dey One of Most Promising Young Scientific Leaders

Des Moines – Gov. Terry E. Branstad announced that Atreya Dey is one of two candidates selected as the two most promising young scientific leaders in Iowa’s 2011 high school graduating class. At the invitation of Governor Earl Ray Tomblin of West Virginia, they will participate as delegates in the 48th year of the National…

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Online Alumni Directory

The National Youth Science Foundation and the National Youth Science Camp Alumni Association are pleased to announce the opening of the Online Alumni Directory. This directory will contain a full directory of alumni of NYSF programs, including the National Youth Science Camp, WV Governor’s School for Mathematics and Science, Mountaineer Youth Science Camp, Youth Science…

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Staph* Applications Still Available

The National Youth Science Foundation is still accepting applications for positions on the Staph* of our youth science education programs for 2011.  For more information, please see the online Staph Application.  Opportunities exist for short-duration service at the WV Youth Science Camp (a one-week program) to full, two-month service at the National Youth Science Camp…

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West Virginia Youth Science Camp

The West Virginia Department of Education and the National Youth Science Foundation are launching the West Virginia Youth Science Camp (WVYSC) in an effort to promote the study of science statewide. Modeled after the National Youth Science Camp (NYSC) held in Pocahontas County every summer, the state camp would allow for two rising 10th graders from…

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West Virginia Youth Science Camp

The West Virginia Department of Education and the National Youth Science Foundation are launching the West Virginia Youth Science Camp (WVYSC) in an effort to promote the study of science statewide. Modeled after the National Youth Science Camp (NYSC) held in Pocahontas County every summer, the state camp would allow for two rising 10th graders from…

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