ND Space Grant Consortium research fellowships awarded

The North Dakota Space Grant Consortium awarded research fellowships to three students for the fall semester. Awardees include Billi Jean Petermann (Environmental Science, Dickinson State University), Charles Schneider (Electrical Engineering, UND), and Mitch Campion (Electrical Engineering, UND). All students completing research in a STEM field are encouraged to apply for these fellowships offered each semester.

~ The Odegard Monthly, Sept. 2016

STEM Ambassadors Sought for Space Grant Consortium

The North Dakota Space Grant Consortium (NDSGC) is pleased to offer a new Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) Ambassador program for undergraduate and graduate students. A STEM Ambassador will assist NDSGC with public outreach events, hands-on projects, and K-12 educational activities.

In order to work as a STEM Ambassador, students must be enrolled at an NDSGC affiliated college or university, have a GPA of at least a 3.0, and be pursuing a degree in a STEM or Education field. Students will earn $10 per hour, working approximately 40-50 hours per semester. Read more