The 46th Georgia Junior Science & Humanities Symposium took place virtually February 28 - March 2, 2021. Fifty students in grades 9-12 presented their original research at the Symposium. All presenters are to be commended for their exceptional research and presentations, and very special congratulations is extended to the award recipients.
At the Georgia Junior Science & Humanities Symposium (GJSHS), high school students from across the state have the opportunity to present the results of their original scientific, engineering, or mathematics research before a panel of judges and an audience of their peers and compete for military-sponsored scholarships and other awards. Some students will be selected to advance to the National JSHS.
Students will be invited to attend GJSHS after a preliminary judging process in which qualified scientists review the students' submitted abstracts and research papers. Based on the results of this preliminary review, 40 to 50 students will be selected to attend the virtual GJSHS as Presenters who will participate in the oral presentation competition. GJSHS culminates with the selection of five Presenters to win an expense-paid trip to National JSHS. Two of these five finalists will have the opportunity to present their research and in the oral presentation competition at NJSHS, and the other three will be invited to enter the NJSHS poster competition. (Subject to change due to pandemic.)
- Presentations of original research projects by high school students
- Guest speakers who offer a look beyond high school to opportunities in post-secondary education and to academic and career development in the sciences, technology, engineering, and mathematics
- Laboratory visits and tours (tentative for 2021)
- Opportunities to meet and exchange ideas with others interested in the sciences