Junior Science and Humanities Symposium
Sponsored by the U.S. Army Education Outreach Programs, the Junior Science and Humanities Symposium (JSHS) promotes research and experimentation at the secondary school level and recognizes students for original research achievements. In southeastern Michigan, the program is housed in the College of Education at Wayne State University, where high school students attend the annual symposium to present their research and participate in a number of other activities. Participants have an opportunity to receive substantial scholarship awards at the regional and national levels.
New Category for Teachers: Nominate Presidential Scholars
Connect with The National Junior Science & Humanities Symposium
How to Participate
Early in the fall students interested in participating in the symposium may download all the application materials from this website. Announcements and information are sent to all public and private high-schools and math/science centers in Michigan.
Teachers may nominate JSHS participants who are rising high school seniors for the Presidential Scholars Award. Please visit the link (see tab) for nomination information and criteria.
- Registration for the Southeast Michigan - Regional JSHS
- Past Symposia
For additional Information please contact:
Sandra Yarema, Regional Director
Wayne State University
5425 Gullen Mall
283 College of Education
Detroit, MI 48202