Weston Scholars Discuss Findings with Josh Weston

Weston Scholars Discuss Findings with Josh Weston
Posted on 07/17/2023
Josh Weston paid his annual summer visit to the Weston Science Scholars program last week with Superintendent Ponds.
This is the 24th year of the program, established by Weston and his late wife Judy for Montclair High School students.
The program runs for one month during the summer at Montclair State University. Each summer Weston visits once to observe the various projects students are working on with MSU professors and ask lots of questions.

Research areas for this year's 39 MHS students include, among others, collecting and studying stinging jellyfish in Barnegat Bay (marine biology), locating black holes using gravitational wave data (astronomy/spectroscopy, next-generation DNA sequencing (evolutionary biology), and the use of brain imaging to determine if music therapy alleviates symptoms of various disorders (neuroscience).
The program will conclude on Thursday, July 27, at 6:30 pm, when students will present their findings to the public at MSU's Center for Environmental and Life Sciences, Room 120.
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