National Youth Science Foundation in the News

April 10, 2012

The Courier (Arkansas): Tufis to attend prestigious camp

Russellville High School senior Paul Tufis is getting an opportunity that only 99 other students across the nation will get. Tufis was chosen by the governor to attend the National Youth Science Foundation Camp in Charleston, W.Va., this summer. Read More.

Calbot Public Schools (Arkansas): 2012 National Youth Science Camp Recipient

The National Youth Science Foundation and the Arkansas Department of Education has selected Cabot High School Senior Garrett Frandson to participate as a delegate in the 49th year of the National Youth Science Camp held in West Virginia this summer. Read More.

Marioun Times (Iowa): LM seniors recognized as promising scientific leader

Douglas Lindner, an 18-year-old senior at Linn Mar High School, has been selected as one of the two ‘Most Promising Young Scientific Leaders,’ in Iowa’s 2012 high school graduating class. Read More.

Office of Lt. Govenor Kim Reynolds (Iowa): Gov. Branstad, Lt. Gov. Reynolds announce Iowa’s National Youth Science Camp delegates

(DES MOINES) – Governor Terry Branstad announced today that Douglas Andrew Lindner and Monica Monserrat Figueroa have been selected as the two most promising young scientific leaders in Iowa’s 2012 high school graduating class.  At the invitation of Governor Earl Ray Tomblin of West Virginia, they will participate as delegates in the 49th year of the National Youth Science Camp held near the National Radio Astronomy Observatory at Green Bank, West Virginia. Read More.

The Bellingham Herald (Washington): 2 teens from Washington earn science camp trip

High school seniors Laura Kostad of Orting High School and Anna Schilter of Toutle Lake High School were selected to represent Washington at the National Youth Science Camp. Read More.

The Eagle-Tribune (New Hampshire): Salem senior to attend national science camp

SALEM — Jenny Zhang of Salem High School was recently selected to be one of two New Hampshire delegates to the 2012 National Youth Science Camp this summer. The NYSC is a residential science education program that honors and challenges two graduating high school science students from each state and others from selected countries around the world. Read More.

North Dakota Office of the Governor (North Dakota): Dalrymple Announces 2012 National Youth Science Camp Representatives

BISMARCK, N.D. – Gov. Jack Dalrymple today announced that Marie Goerger of Wyndmere High School and Connor Bowley of Minot High School have been selected by the Coalition for Conservation and Environmental Education as two of the state’s most promising young scientific leaders. They will represent North Dakota as delegates at the National Youth Science Camp in West Virginia this summer. Both are 4.0 Honor Students who excel in chemistry, math and science, and have won numerous awards and are involved in their school and community. Read More.

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