Categories: ND NASA Space Grant Consortium
Undergraduates! Apply for a summer 2015 internship at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics today! “In the Summer of 2015 scientists from the Solar and Stellar X-Ray Group (SSXG) and the Solar, Stellar, and Planetary Group (SSP) at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics (CfA) will host undergraduate students from around the US. For 10 weeks these […]
NASA currently has scholarships and internships available for undergraduates and graduate students in a STEM field. NASA MUREP (Minority University Research and Education Project) also has scholarships and internships available to underrepresented minority students in STEM. Application deadline: March 31, 2015. Apply online here. See flyer for details.
Categories: ND NASA EPSCoR
The North Dakota NASA Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (EPSCoR) is soliciting research proposals from faculty at the University of North Dakota (UND) and North Dakota State University (NDSU) to conduct NASA relevant research in one or more RFAs that are designed to promote and expand particular NASA research sub disciplines in North Dakota. […]
Congratulations to fall 2014 graduate from the master’s program, Tiffany Swarmer! Her academic and research journey is highlighted in the most recent University Letter, which can be found here. Tiffany Swarmer received Space Grant funding during her graduate studies to complete a summer internship at NASA’s Johnson Space Center in 2013.
Dr. David Whalen was awarded the 9th Annual Mentor of the Year Award presented by the Society of Satellite Professionals International. The Mentor Award honors those in the industry who devote the time and energy to nurture the next generation of satellite professionals, on which the future of the industry depends. The award was presented […]
Space Studies graduate student Kam Yee recently had a publication accepted by the prestigious journal Space Policy. The title of the published article is “America COMPETES Act’s effect on NASA’s Education and Public Outreach Programs” and can be accessed online here.
Categories: Space Studies
Space Studies Master’s student, Tiffany Swarmer, will defend her thesis as follows. Please show your support by attending. When: Friday, December 5th at 3:30 pm (Central time) Where: Ryan Hall, Room 111 Title: Human Performance Profiles for Planetary Analog Extra-Vehicular Activities: 120 Day and 30 Day Analog Missions About the Topic: Understanding performance factors for future planetary […]