Status Report From: NASA HQPosted: Friday, September 4, 2020 The National Aeronautics and Space Administration’s (NASA) Space Technology Mission Directorate (STMD) seeks to sponsor U.S. citizen, U.S. national and permanent resident graduate student research that has significant potential to contribute to NASA’s goal of creating innovative new space technologies for our Nation’s science, exploration, and economic […]
October 2-4 , 2020 – Register now! Join the international hackathon! This year’s theme is Take Action! https://www.spaceappschallenge.org/
Online Resources for Teaching and learning science – Growing list of resources created by a collaboration between the University of Illinois Urbana Champaign College of Education and Extension in the College of Agricultural, Consumer, and Environmental Science. NASA STEM at Home for students Grades K-4 NASA STEM at Home for students Grades 5-8 NASA STEM […]
Check out the 2021 Big Idea Challenge. Eligibility The 2021 BIG Idea Challenge is open to teams of 5-25 undergraduate and/or graduate students at accredited U.S.-based colleges and universities officially affiliated with their state’s Space Grant Consortium. Non-Space Grant affiliated universities may partner with a Space Grant affiliated academic institution who takes a primary role […]
The Illinois Space Grant Consortium is pleased to announce that it will be supporting NASA internships for Spring 2021. NASA internships are competitive awards that provide students unique opportunities to participate in NASA-related research and operational experiences under the guidance of a mentor. Fall and Spring semester internships are for 16 weeks. Fall internships will […]
NASA will award nearly $2.4 million to universities as part of the Artemis Student Challenges, a bold new initiative to inspire the next generation – the Artemis Generation. The universities receiving awards will use the grants to advance the quality, relevance and overall reach of opportunities to engage students as NASA takes the first step […]
NUSTARS high-altitude balloon was recovered at the end of October during harvest. The photo is a view of the umbra from 100,000 ft. above the Mississippi River.