Engaging STEM Education for the State of Indiana
The National Space Grant Foundation is pleased to announce the X-Hab Academic Innovation Challenge. This program is a university-level challenge designed to develop strategic partnerships and collaborations with universities. It has been organized to help bridge strategic knowledge gaps and increase knowledge in capabilities and technology risk reduction related to NASA’s vision and missions.
The University of Minnesota - Twin Cities (Minneapolis campus) will be hosting a post-eclipse 2-day ballooning conference called "AHAC 2017" on Oct. 27-28, 2017 - a Friday and Saturday. This conference will be an opportunity to share your results from the eclipse ballooning project and to hear about the experiences of many other teams. We hope all ballooning teams, including those who have things to report unrelated to the eclipse, seriously considers sending participants and giving oral and/or poster presentations at this conference.
Holcomb, McCormick announce new competition to recognize Indiana's elite STEM students. “Indiana is well known for its love of sports, but we must also be a state that uplifts its rock star students—especially in the STEM subjects that are fueling the innovation and entrepreneurship to build our economic future,” Holcomb said. “The Governor’s STEM Team will recognize our state’s best and brightest young people with an honor that elevates their status, just as our society does for its finest athletes.”
Faculty and research scientists from across the university who are engaged in space studies are invited to apply for seed funding from Space@Hopkins, an interdivisional initiative that unifies civilian space-related activities across the institution.
If you've always dreamed of launching your own mission to space, here is your opportunity to take command. With StratoStar's new tracking software, you can see it all.
NASA is re-introducing an updated Civilian Commercialization Readiness Pilot Program (CCRPP) to further advance innovative technology with high potential for commercial impact. This program is being offered to small businesses that have successfully completed Phase II awards under any federal agency’s Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) or Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) program. NASA will match the investments with SBIR/STTR program funds up to $2 million for each CCRPP award.
Across the country, NASA Space Grant engages students, teachers, organizations and communities in science, technology, engineering and mathematics, or STEM, experiences.
The C4E has undergraduate student internships available starting as soon as February 2017. These internships will support the center's communications efforts.
Purdue’s Office of Engagement provides grants to students or student organizations for work on community service learning projects. This program’s goal is to expand the community involvement of Purdue students in partnership with communities, nonprofit agencies, schools, and governmental bodies.
January 25, 2017
The author of the book “Hidden Figures,” Margot Lee Shetterly, will be coming to campus. The movie based on the book is currently in theaters. Ms. Shetterly will be speaking on Wednesday, January 25th at 7:30 p.m. in Loeb Playhouse. The event is free and open to the public. Copies of the book will be for sale that evening and she will be signing books following her talk.
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