Monthly Archives: June 2014

Directed Studies Have Started

This gallery contains 8 photos.

The 2014 delegation had their first “typical” day at NYSC today.  They enjoyed their first of three days in directed studies offered by guest scientists and staph members.  This block’s directed study options for delegates include: Human Pathology with Chuck Clevenger … Continue reading

More Galleries | Comments Off on Directed Studies Have Started

Lecture Marks Start of 51st NYSC

Charleston Gazette – June 28, 2014 Young science students from all over the country and Latin America got a taste of what was to come during their four weeks in West Virginia during the annual Martha Wehrle Opening Lecture for … Continue reading

Posted in Updates | Comments Off on Lecture Marks Start of 51st NYSC

Arrival at Camp Pocahontas!

After an excellent breakfast, lunch and lecture at the University of Charleston, the 2014 delegation endured a 4-hour long bus ride across West Virginia to Camp Pocahontas.  Staph members welcomed the 2014 delegation to Camp Pocahontas in traditional NYSC fashion: … Continue reading

Posted in Updates | Comments Off on Arrival at Camp Pocahontas!

NYSC Fly-In Day!

CHARLESTON, WV – The 2014 session of the National Youth Science Camp starts today as delegates arrive at Charleston’s Yeager Airport and begin their nearly month-long experience with science enrichment.  As delegates arrive, they will be transported to Coonskin Park to kick off their … Continue reading

Posted in Updates | Comments Off on NYSC Fly-In Day!

2 Days Until Delegate Fly-In!

There are only 2 days until you arrive in Yeager Airport! We are tremendously excited to share this summer with you! You are about to join the 51-year-old legacy that is the National Youth Science Camp. Delegates that have come … Continue reading

Posted in Updates | Comments Off on 2 Days Until Delegate Fly-In!