Register for JSEHS before January 5th, 2018!

Published: December 15th, 2017

Category: Featured, News, Student Programs, Teacher Programs

The Junior Science, Engineering, and Humanities Symposium is a 3-Day science conference for 9th – 12th grade high school students, select middle school students, teachers, and parents.

Registration is open to all high school and select middle school students, teachers, and parents. Students and teachers may participate as part of a delegation, such as school delegation, club, or other such organization. Students and parents may attend as a family.  For more details on symposium events check out the Symposium Activities page and the General Schedule.  A detailed schedule will be published a few weeks before the symposium.

Who should attend the Florida Regional Junior Science Engineering, and Humanities Symposium?  High school and select middle school students considering a career in any science, engineering, or medicine discipline are encouraged to attend.  Teachers looking for opportunities to motive and recognize students in the sciences are encouraged to bring delegations from their science and research classes and school clubs.  Teachers also benefit from update content knowledge and networking.  Parents interested in learning more about precollege opportunities at UF, college readiness, and research are encouraged to chaperone.

When is the 2018 Florida Regional Junior Science, Engineering, and Humanities Symposium and when are the registration deadlines? 

Symposium Dates: January 28 – 30, 2018
Speaker Competition Application Deadline: November 12, 2017
Poster Competition Application Deadline: December 3, 2017
Registration Deadline: January 5, 2018.  Late registrations accepted as space allows.
9th and 10th Grade STEM Speaker Session Registration: January 5, 2018

Where is the 2018 Florida Regional Junior Science, Engineering, and Humanities Symposium held?  The Symposium is held on the University of Florida campus in Gainesville, Florida.  The newly remodeled and expanded J. Wayne Reitz Union is the main gathering, meeting, and dining location.  Lab tours occur throughout the campus with ROTC Cadet escorts.  Participants stay at local, nearby hotel arranged by the symposium.

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