Energy Center, in Discovery Park at Purdue University, is accepting applications from high school students and secondary teachers for a one week free summer program. Read for more details.
Student Spaceflight Experiments Program - Mission 10 to the International Space Station
SSEP Mission 9 to ISS Student Researchers - A Challenge for the Start of Program: Understanding Weightlessness - You Want Me to Take a Bathroom Scale Where?
Calling all teachers! LiftOff is now receiving applications for their 2014 Summer Program. This year's theme is Let's Engineer It. Teachers can learn how to motivate their students and integrate Engineering into their curriculum. Click for more details.
Purdue Women in Engineering Program is offering a FREE "Innovation to Reality" (I2R) program with hands-on engineering and science activities for 6th-8th grade students, both girls and boys. Register online today!
A New Tech teacher was shocked to learn she was the only educator in Indiana to win the national Milken Educator Award – dubbed the "Oscar of Teaching."
NASA has recognized 12 NASA Explorer Schools from 11 U.S. states for their contributions to science, technology, engineering, or mathematics (STEM) education in the 2012-2013 school year. All 12 schools will receive a NASA certificate of recognition that includes an American flag that was flown in space. Six of the 12 also submitted successful proposals to a recent NASA Explorer Schools solicitation and will receive a $5,000 grant to help implement a STEM project in their classrooms by April 2014.
A free after school program organized by Purdue University will offer 30 sixth- through eighth-graders a first-hand look at the opportunities in engineering.
Mission 4 to ISS Flight Experiments Selected: 11 Communities, 66 Institutional Partners, 3,080 Grade 5-12 Students Engaged in Microgravity Experiment Design, 744 Proposals Received, 11 Selected for Flight.
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