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Program Type: Pre-College
State: Georgia
The 7th Annual Georgia NASA STEM Conference planned for August 26, 2017 continues to serve as the kick-off for the 2017-2018 NASA RERC STEM Educator Workshop Series and will feature the fifth Annual STEM Teacher of the Year Awards (now the Georgia STEM Team of the Year). The primary focus of this project is to […]
Program Type: Pre-College, Informal Education
State: South Carolina
More than 80,000 people attended the 2018 Joint Base Charleston Air and Space Expo April 27-28. The expo offered more than 50 demonstrations and displays ranging from Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics activities to World War II static display aircraft and aerial demonstration performances highlighting the F-16 Fighting Falcon, C-17 Globemaster III, F-86 Sabre and […]
Program Type: Pre-College
State: Georgia
PinkSTEM is a professional learning community of STEM educators, undergraduate and post-graduate students organized to promote a series of workshops with active-learning. The goal is to Promote 21st century skills of teamwork, communication, and collaboration, as well as economic literacy, through engaging, hands-on challenges that merge invention and entrepreneurship for girls. Four teachers from computer […]
Program Type: Pre-College, Informal Education
State: Wisconsin
The primary purposes of the Aerospace Outreach Program will be to raise the general level of pre-college and public awareness in aerospace science, design, and technology in the state, and to increase interest, recruitment, and training of the next generation of students in the pursuit of NASA-related fields. The goal will be to support the […]
Program Type: Higher Education, Pre-College, Informal Education, Research Program
State: North Carolina
Reporting period covers Fall 2017, Spring 2018 and Summer 2018 semesters: Each Affiliate campus director at our 13 Affiliate institutions receives funds (called base funds) to manage the Space Grant program on their respective campuses. Funds are used to support student research, higher education projects, and precollege/informal education programs in their local communities. At the […]
Program Type: Higher Education, Pre-College
State: Arizona
The Arizona State University/NASA Space Grant Graduate Scholarship program funds at least two graduate scholarships for an academic year or four scholarships for one semester each (fall or spring) to ensure reasonable time to undertake a high quality outreach or informal education project. Applicants propose projects geared to promote science literacy, technology, engineering, or mathematics […]
Program Type: Higher Education, Pre-College, Informal Education
State: Arizona
Arizona Space Grant Consortium Undergraduate Research Scholarships place students in mentored STEM and NASA-related research with faculty and research professionals on university campuses, in the local research sector and industry and occasionally, at NASA Centers. These opportunities inspire awardees into advanced degree programs, and ultimately into the American NASA STEM-related workforce. Mentored research experiences may […]
Program Type: Pre-College
State: Delaware
Participation of DASEF President and CEO, Dr. Stephanie Wright, in the Association of Science and Technology Centers (ASTC) 2017 Conference from 10/19-10/24/2017 in San Jose CA. ASTC conferences are the premier professional development gathering for the science center and museum field. Opportunity to collaborate with science education leaders and peers.
Program Type: Pre-College
State: Virginia
The Building Leaders for Advancing Science and Technology (BLAST) program offers an exciting, on-campus summer experience designed to increase student interest and curiosity in STEM. BLAST provides a free, residential opportunity to rising 9th and 10th grade students with at least a C+ grade average and a desire to explore STEM opportunities. Faculty members lead […]
Program Type: Pre-College
State: South Carolina
Science Presentation at Blessed Sacrament Catholic School on May 29, 2018. There were 35-40 4th and 5th graders shortly before school let out for summer break. We discussed the planets with the kids and also did activities that helped them to see what they would weigh on each of the planets. We chatted with the […]