JOURNYS: a leading high school science journal. A note from the Editor in Chief

Hello World!

My namjournyspic2e is Sarah Bhattacharjee, and I am the Editor-in-Chief of JOURNYS. the Journal of Youths in Science. Two times each school year, JOURNYS, or Journal of Youths in Science publishes a science journal that is put together by high school students in its entirety. JOURNYS, based at Torrey Pines High School in San Diego, is now one of the leading high school journals across the nation as it outreaches to schools throughout the world.

I have participated in JOURNYS from my freshman year and have seen it grow into the renowned publication that it is today. JOURNYS involves high school students from multiple areas; we search for editors, designers, artists, and writers and unite

Issue of Spring 2013

Issue of Spring 2013

them through an appreciation of the sciences. As we have expanded into numerous chapters, we have been able to foster interest in STEM education wherever JOURNYS is published. This journal gives students a chance to discuss their findings in an experiment or an interesting aspect of science outside their usual curricula that they would like to share.  JOURNYS provides these students, among with many others, a platform from which they can impact the education of other students miles away.

Through JOURNYS, students can expand their knowledge and are granted the chance of getting published in a science journal accessible by their peers. If you would like to participate in JOURNYS, whether as an author, editor, or subscriber, please send an email to eic@journys.org, or check out our website at  www.journys.org.

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