Engaging STEM Education for the State of Indiana
The #StudentAstronaut Contest will give one student an opportunity to experience what it is like to train like a scientist astronaut and be featured on the show. The contest will be a video contest where students will be asked to answer a series of questions. They are looking for students (age 16+ in HS or Undergrad) who are great science communicators and ambassadors for space exploration. Complete contest details will be released on their Facebook page (www.facebook.com/xplorationstation)
The Marshall Space Flight Center is offering Faculty Fellowships for qualified STEM faculty at U.S. colleges and universities to conduct research with NASA colleagues during a ten-week residential program in Huntsville, Alabama. pplication Deadline: May 18, 2015
Masters Research Assistantship at Purdue University in collaboration with scientists at NASA Kennedy Space Center, the Orbital Technologies Corporation, and the NASA Johnson Space Center: MS Research Assistantship Position availability: Fall 2015
Celebrate all things celestial at Astronomy Day on April 25, 2015. Staff and volunteers will be on hand at the Evansville Museum of Arts, History and Science to help you observe, learn, discover, and explore the wonders of Universe. Daytime activities take place from 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. and include a display of meteorites, science demonstrations, and $3 planetarium shows. After dark, an evening star watch will be offered at the Museum. Unless noted, all activities are admission free.
Announcing: Major (G5-16) STEM Opportunity for School Districts Starting September 2015 - Student Spaceflight Experiments Program - Mission 9 to the International Space Station
2015 C4E Summer Undergraduate Student Research Internships Deadline: Monday March 2, 2015 at 5pm The C4E Summer Undergraduate Student Research Internship offers students an opportunity to work with a Purdue Faculty Mentor on a field or laboratory-based research project related to the environment.
NASA Aeronautics Scholarship Program is accepting applications from students majoring in aeronautics related fields.
New Research Headed to Station Helping NASA Explore the Universe February 10, 2015 New research will be heading to the International Space Station to help NASA understand how the conditions of spaceflight affect living organisms. This work is helping the agency develop the resources and measures necessary to ensure astronauts remain healthy as we venture beyond low-Earth orbit and head out to study an asteroid and eventually Mars. The selected studies represent how the Space Biology and Human Research Programs work together to span the range of basic and applied research in laboratory and spaceflight settings.
NASA Office of Education (OE) MUREP Advanced STEM Training and Research (ASTAR)
The Indiana Space Grant Community College Partnership is funded by the NASA Office of Education. Scholarships and academic/career opportunities are available to full-time students in all STEM majors at Vincennes University and Ivy Tech Central Indiana, Fort Wayne, Lafayette, and Wabash Valley. Click the link to read more!
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