Engaging STEM Education for the State of Indiana
Robo-Ops competition in Houston, Texas is open to graduate and undergraduate students.
The INSGC Office is relocating at Purdue. Telephone numbers will remain the same. Our new address is: 207 South Martin Jischke Drive Room 228 West Lafayette, IN 47907
Indiana is a place where all K-12 youth have access to high quality learning opportunities beyond the school day that prepare them for success in school, college, careers, and life.
All recipients of INSGC Scholarships, Internships, Fellowships, and Projects for 2015-2016.
The NASA Stennis Space Center Office of Education has posted the 2015 summer educator workshop schedule. Registration is available by phone for the June 10 – 11 workshop and on-line for the June 16 and 17 workshop.
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.