A dozen juniors will attend the  Junior Science and Humanities Symposium at Georgetown University this week. They will have the chance to see key note speakers like Dr. Lucile Adams-Campbell, the associate director for Minority Health and Health Disparities Research at the Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center at Georgetown.  Other speakers will include Alexander van der Horst, assistant professor of astrophysics at GW, who will talk about modeling of cosmic sources called transients. Dr. Kostadin Kushlev, assistant professor of psychology at Georgetown will talk about his research on online behavior and well-being.  Biology teacher Ms. Jost will escort the students for the two-day symposium.