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Emily Wang - North Carolina

Congratulations Emily Wang!

Emily WangNorth Carolina City:  CarySchool:  North Carolina School of Science and MathematicsCollege Plans:  UndecidedMajor:  Biomedical Engineering or Computer ScienceProfessional Plans: Research Scientist or Medical Doctor Honors:  National Merit Finalist, AP Scholar, Intel ISEF Third Award, ASU Walton Sustainability Initiatives Award, I-SWEEEP Gold Award Winner Activities:  Student Government, church activities, Women in Science and Engineering, Broad Street Scientific Research Journal  In…

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Daniel Cedillo-Hernandez - Mexico

Congratulations Daniel Cedillo-Hernandez!

Daniel Cedillo-HernandezMexico City:  GuadalajaraSchool:  Instituto Thomas Jefferson Capus Palomar High SchoolCollege Plans:  UndecidedMajor:  Robotics Engineering or Mechatronics EngineeringProfessional Plans: CEO of companies that innovate technology Honors:  National Honor Society, Graduating with honors, AP Scholar Best Delegate (1st place) – Model of the United Nations 2019 Activities:  Basketball, Speech and Debate, Soccer In addition, Daniel enjoys biking, camping, running and hiking….

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Noah Liguori-Bills - Rhode Island

Congratulations Noah Liguori-Bills!

Noah Liguori-BillsRhode Island City:  RichmondSchool:  Chariho Regional High SchoolCollege Plans:  University of Connecticut or High Point UniversityMajor:  Computer SciencesProfessional Plans: Software Engineer Honors:  National Honor Society, Graduating with honors, Second Place in the Rhode Island AP Computer Science Principles Programing Competition, Third Place in the Brown Brain Bee, Scholastic Silver Key in Photography Activities:  Drama, Cross Country,…

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NYSCamp Staph at NYSCenter

NYSCamp Prep Begins

The office staph (this is a traditional spelling to highlight our infectious enthusiasm) members of the 2019 National Youth Science Camp (NYSCamp) arrived at the NYSCenter yesterday to begin its final preparations. Remaining staph members arrive on Sunday. Delegates to the NYSCamp arrive via the Dulles International Airport on Thursday, June 27, and will be…

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Cuong Do (OK 1984)

NYSCamp Alumnus of the Year 2018 – Cuong Do, OK 1984

The National Youth Science Foundation recognizes Cuong Do as the 2018 National Youth Science Camp Alumnus of the Year! The NYSF will host a Speaking Engagement on November 1, 2018 from 12:00 to 1:00PM at the Clay Center, Walker Theatre located in Charleston, West Virginia. Cuong will be speaking on topics of Artificial Intelligences, Cell…

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Dr. Rahul Gupta

Trustee Dr. Rahul Gupta to be VP at March of Dimes

National Youth Science Foundation trustee and state health officer, Dr. Rahul Gupta will become senior vice president and chief medical and health officer for the March of Dimes in Washington, D.C. Dr. Gupta has been Commissioner of the West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources’s Bureau for Public Health and State Health Officer since January…

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Park Foundation Supports the NYSCenter

The National Youth Science Foundation is pleased to announce that it has received a generous $1 million donation from the Park Foundation established by Ray Park (Park Corporation) to support the development of the National Youth Science Center. Ray Park appreciates the potential of the NYSCenter and programs like the National Youth Science Camp to…

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2018 NYSCamp Visits the Nation’s Capital

The 2018 National Youth Science Camp delegates have returned from their three-day adventure in Washington, DC. The trip started with a walking tour of the National Mall Monuments, which included the Washington Monument, World War II Memorial, MLK Memorial, Korean War Memorial, Vietnam Memorial, and Lincoln Memorial. “I was completely overcome with awe when I…

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2018 NYSCamp Delegates Showcase their Talents

One of the wonderful things about the National Youth Science Camp is that delegates express different backgrounds and personal experiences. Throughout camp, delegates have an opportunity to demonstrate their talents through after dinner entertainment, art projects, chorus practice, and band groups. However, the delegates finally had an opportunity to lead both mini lectures to showcase…

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Overnighter 3: Mountain Momma

The delegates of the 2018 National Youth Science Camp returned from their final overnighter of the summer. The delegates had the opportunity to participate in an outdoor adventure such as hiking on scenic West Virginia trails, caving, biking and caving to gain a new and deep appreciation for the great outdoors. Staph* members help lead…

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