Wyoming students selected to attend the 2019 National Youth Science Camp
April 4, 2019
CHEYENNE, Wyo. – Governor Mark Gordon announced today that Joel Kelsey, of Cheyenne, and Toby Arment, of Rawlins, have been selected to represent Wyoming at the 2019 National Youth Science Camp. Adelle Stone, of Basin, and Matthew Hills, of Casper, have been selected as alternates.
"I offer my congratulations to these promising Wyoming high school students, who will join fellow top students across the nation, even the world, at this camp," Governor Gordon said.
- Joel Kelsey is a senior at Central High School in Cheyenne, WY.
- Toby Arment is a senior at Rawlins High School in Rawlins, WY.
- Adelle Stone is a senior at Riverside High School in Basin, WY.
- Matthew Hills is a senior at Natrona County High School in Casper, WY.
The NYSCamp is a science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) program hosted in the eastern mountains of West Virginia. Students will have an opportunity to conduct research at the nearby Green Bank Observatory and to explore the surrounding Monongahela National Forest through backpacking, mountain biking, caving, rock-climbing, and kayaking.
Support from the National Youth Science Foundation (http://www.nysf.com) allows delegates to attend the NYSCamp program free of charge – transportation included. For more information about the program, please see http://www.nyscamp.org.