Students to the 2011 West Virgina Youth Science Camp decorate the driveway of Cedar Lakes Conference Center. WVYSC is a free program open to excelling 11th graders living in West Virginia. If you are interested in applying to WVYSC 2012, Read More
DAVIS, WV- Students in the first cohort of the Youth Science Discovery Experience (YSDE) completed their first research weekend at the Canaan Valley Institute (CVI) located in Davis, West Virginia. Students spent their time researching diverse projects, exploring the pristine Read More
The National Youth Science Foundation is excited to announce that 2012 summer seasonal Staph applications are now open. If you are interested in an exciting and rewarding summer in beautiful West Virginia, apply today! * A traditional spelling; our enthusiasm Read More
Youth camp to commence in Charleston – News, opinion, resources | Shepherdstown Chronicle.
Local students attend first W.Va. science camp – The Herald Dispatch.
Some of the brightest young minds in the state are learning more about science this week. Seventy-seven students from 38 counties are taking part in the first West Virginia Youth Science camp at Cedar Lakes Conference Center in Jackson County. Read More
By Davin White, Charleston Gazette RIPLEY, W.Va. — Earlier this week, Aniket Zinzuwadia, of Beckley, and his fellow students learned about the pros and cons of wind turbines. In the morning, they considered how to design and build wind turbine blades Read More
Charleston Gazette — As you read this article, take a moment to think about where would we be today without science. Personally, I cannot imagine living in a world without the vast innovations and advancements the world of science has created. Read More
The National Youth Science Foundation is pleased to announce selection of delegates representing five counties to the West Virginia Youth Science Camp (WVYSC). The WVYSC is a new summer science honors program for two talented rising tenth grade students from Read More