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Dr. Al Bartlett Dies

Frequent National Youth Science Camp lecturer, Dr. Al Bartlett, has died. He was 90 years old. Al Bartlett was a retired Professor of Physics. He joined the faculty of the University of Colorado in Boulder in September 1950. His B.A. … Continue reading

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NYSC Reunion 2012 Starts Today!

Nashville, TN — A reunion of alumni (delegates and staph) of the National Youth Science Camp begins today. Watch this space for exciting updates! Click for Reunion Information on the NYSCAA site. Attendees include: Name NYSC Year Marjorie Varner TX … Continue reading

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Klean Kanteens now available in the Camp Store

The official National Youth Science Foundation Klean Kanteen has arrived. Made out of durable 18/8 stainless steel, this is one companion you can count on to make it to the end of your adventure.  These 800 ml bottles feature a … Continue reading

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Wake up in the morning,…

Do you want to once again, “Wake up in the morning, where the Rhododendrons grow?” Check out the staph positions available this summer. We’d love to see you again!

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1958 West Virginia Centennial Planning Documents

This collection of documents was created in 1958 as part of the planning process for the 1963 West Virginia Centennial.  The first National Youth Science Camp was held as part of the 1963 celebration and became the tradition still running … Continue reading

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Printed Photo Archives Completed

We are proud to announce the completion of digitization of our printed collection of photographs.  This means that we now have high definition scans of every developed photo within our archives.  All of these photos are available for our alumni … Continue reading

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