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  • November 09, 2018 11:55 AM | Eric Iannacone (Administrator)

    We are announcing our Call for Proposals. 

    The 2018-2019 Grants in Aid program is open.

    Get an application NJAS 2018_19 GIA Application and Information Packet RL.docx

    Applications must be submitted by January 5th 2019.

    In order to receive a prize winners must present their work at the annual meeting of the Jr. Academy.

    May 18, 2019 at Kean University

    Eric Iannacone

    Grants in Aid Director

  • April 22, 2018 11:49 AM | Anonymous

    63rd Annual Meeting for Junior & Senior Academies

    CALL FOR JUDGES

    FOR SCIENCE & MATH PRESENTATIONS

    New Jersey Academy of Science Meeting

    Saturday 2 June 2018

    Hosted by Kean University’s New Jersey Center for Science Technology and Mathematics

                                           

    On June 2, 2018, science & math students throughout NJ will present 10 minute oral PowerPoint talks on their research. High school students compete in the Junior Division and College, Master’s & Doctoral level students in the Senior Division. Awards are given for outstanding talks. Science & Math & Technology professionals are asked to volunteer as judges in any of the following fields:

    Environmental Science / Ecology

    Cell or Molecular Biology

    Health / Medicine

    Chemistry / Biochemistry

    Physics / Engineering

    Mathematics

    Computational Science

    Psychology / Animal Behavior

    Microbiology

    Botany

    Marine Science

    Science or Math Education

    Earth Science / Geology / Meteorology

    If you would like to serve as a judge, please go to http://www.njas.org to register to attend the meeting and select volunteer judge as the registration type. Please be sure to indicate your degree, the expertise area(s) for your judging preference, & if you prefer to judge the Junior or Senior Division.

    Should you have any questions, please email njasweb@gmail.com.


  • January 26, 2018 3:18 PM | Eric Iannacone (Administrator)

    Hello Members,

       This is just a quick note to announce the date of the meeting.  This year the meeting will be on Saturday, June 2nd at the KEAN University Center for Science Technology and Mathematics.  We will be sending out a call for proposals soon with instructions for presenters and registrants.  We are aware that there may be conflicts with this date but it was the only day available. 

    Dr. Eric Iannacone

  • November 10, 2017 11:50 AM | Eric Iannacone (Administrator)

    Greetings.  I am pleased to announce that we are sending out the annual call for proposals for our Grants in Aid program.  The due date is 12/15/17.  See attached sheet for more info and instructions. 

    NJAS 2017 GIA Application and Information Packet RL.doc

  • April 14, 2017 3:18 PM | Eric Iannacone (Administrator)

    Dear Members,

       In an effort to make it possible for Jr. Academy members to participate we are altering the schedule from the traditional early start. Below is the schedule.  Note that registration will run through the Sr. Academy poster session. Also, due to the conflicts associated with this date, we are waiving the requirement that Grants in Aid winners be present to receive their award.

    Eric Iannacone, Grants in Aid organizer.

    Registration 9:30am- 11:30

    Opening remarks 10:15

    Sr. Academy Posters from 10:30—11:30 am

    Jr Academy talks from 11:30-2:00

    Lunch 2:00-3:00

    Speaker/no speaker 3-4

    Awards   4:00


  • March 19, 2017 7:00 PM | Anonymous

    Hello NJAS members and friends,

    As you know the annual meeting is coming up and we will be needing judges for the Junior Academy talks and the Senior Academy poster session.  I have attached the official "call for judges" flyer which includes instructions. Look it over and please consider volunteering as a judge in this year's meeting.  Be sure you include which topics you are comfortable judging and if you prefer Junior or Senior Academy.  Bear in mind that we do not always have enough judges to match each judge with their specialty so you may find yourself judging talks that are somewhat outside your area of expertise. 

    Having an adequate pool of judges for each category of presentations is vital making the meeting a success! Please sign up today.

    NJAS 2017_AnnualMtgCallforJudgesFlyer.pdf

  • March 18, 2017 4:04 PM | Eric Iannacone (Administrator)

    I am pleased to announce the winners of the NJAS 2016/2017 Grants in Aid program (see file below).  This year we had over 30 proposals from 4 different high schools.  Congratulations the all the participants on your hard work.

    Dr. Eric Iannacone

    Grants in Aid Director

    Winners.pdf















  • October 28, 2016 10:09 AM | Eric Iannacone (Administrator)

    The 2016-2017 Grants in Aid applications are now available.

    NJAS 2016 GIA Application and Information Packet RL.doc

  • April 26, 2016 9:39 PM | Eric Iannacone (Administrator)

    Hello,

        The 61st annual meeting is this Saturday April 30th at Kean University Center for Science, Technology and Math.  I have included the agenda and map of the campus with the STEM building highlighted(in red) as well as the parking behind the building(blue).  Registration is at 8:30am and the meeting will run until 4.  There will be light snacks at registration but not a full breakfast.  If you did not order lunch it would be advisable to bring something or at least have money for the vending machines as there are not a lot of food options nearby.  We look forward to seeing all of the work our members have done over the last year.

    Dr. Iannacone

    2016 Agenda 61th Annual Meeting NJAS.docx

    STEM MAP.jpg


  • March 15, 2016 9:07 AM | Eric Iannacone (Administrator)

    Hello,

       As you know the annual meeting is coming up and we will be needing judges for the Junior Academy talks and the Senior Academy poster session.  I have attached the official "call for judges" flyer which includes instructions.  Look it over and contact me if you would like to serve as a judge.  Be sure you include which topics you are comfortable judging and if you prefer Junior or Senior Academy.  Bear in mind that we do not always have enough judges to match each judge with their specialty so you may find yourself judging talks that are somewhat outside your area of expertise. 

    NJAS 2016AnnualMtgCallforJudgesFlyer.doc

    Eric Iannacone

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