Judge Registration 2017-2018

Register to be a Judge

To become a judge of the NYC Metro and NY Long Island Junior Sciences and Humanities Symposium.

Dear Prospective Judges:
York College of the City University of New York has been selected by the Academy of Applied Sciences to organize and host the 2018 New York City Metro and NY Long Island Junior Science Humanities Symposium (NYCM JSHS and NYLI JSHS). The NYCM JSHS and NYLI JSHS will select the students who will represent their respective regions to the National Junior Science and Humanity Symposium organized by the Academy of Applied Sciences. The NYCM JSHS and NYLI JSHS regional Symposia are on York College’s campus in Jamaica, Queens.

All high school students’ grades 9-12 from NY Long Island and NYC Metropolitan areas are eligible to participate in the symposium.  All students must submit a research paper which will be reviewed and evaluated by college faculty and practicing scientists and engineers. The students who submit the best papers will be invited to participate in the Symposium to make a short seminar presentation  February (12 minute presentation, 6 minute question and answers). Judging committees comprised of college faculty and practicing scientists and engineers, following the guidelines of the Academy of Applied Sciences, will evaluate the presentations and select the high school students (junior scientists) who will represent New York City Metro and NY Long Island regions on the National Symposium. High school students will be eligible for awards according to the Academy of Applied Sciences policies.

This is a great opportunity for junior scientist (high school students) to interact with college faculty, practicing scientists and engineers.

To take advantage of this opportunity to participate as a judge in the New York City Metro and NY Long Island Junior Science and Humanities  Symposium, please complete the online registration form below.

I am willing to be a Chief Judge

Any Questions about Applications and Judging send your inquires to jshs@york.cuny.edu