INSGC - Indiana Space Grant Consortium

Engaging STEM Education for the State of Indiana

10th Student Spaceflight Experiments Program (SSEP)

SSEP Mission 8 to ISS will provide each participating community a real microgravity research mini-laboratory capable of supporting a single microgravity experiment, and all launch services to fly the mini-lab to the International Space Station (ISS) in low Earth orbit in Fall 2015, and return it safely to Earth for student harvesting and analysis

Spring 2015 NASA Office of Education Internships Deadline

The application deadline for Spring 2015 NASA Office of Education Internships is October 12, 2014.

NASA CombustionLab and FluidsLab Workshops

NASA is collecting research ideas for microgravity combustion science and fluids physics experiments to be conducted on the International Space Station.

NASA's Sixth Annual Robotic Mining Competition

Registration is now open for NASA’s Sixth Annual Robotic Mining Competition.

Ivy Tech acquires NASA grant

Four Ivy Tech Community College regions will share a $200,000 grant from NASA as part of the Indiana Community College Partnership with Vincennes University and the Indiana Space Grant Consortium.

INCCP Award!

Indiana Space Grant Consortium Wins NASA Office of Education Competitive Opportunity for Partnerships with Community Colleges and Technical Schools 2014-2016

INSGC 14-15 Awardees

June 18, 2014
We are pleased to announce some of the 2014-15 awardees for scholarships, fellowships, internships and STEM project studies.

Interview with Camsie McAdams

Interview with Camsie McAdams, Deputy Director, Office of STEM, Department of Education, regarding partnerships with NASA for STEM engagement for girls in 6th-8th grade.

The Voyager 2014 Spring Newsletter

The 2014 Spring Newsletter is now published. The online newsletter features a letter from the director of INSGC, what past INSGC scholarship recipients are up to, and more.

Airport Cooperative Research Program (ACRP) Graduate Research Awards

This is a great venue for students to receive a $10K award to work on a faculty mentored project.

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