NASA is deploying a single, Agency system for the recruitement, application, selection and career development of undergraduate and graduate students in science, technology, engineering and mathematic disciplines. Students access information about internship and fellowship opportunities across NASA to engage in research, aerospace education and space exploration. A student completes a single internship and/or fellowship application to express interest in up to 15 specific opportunities for each summer, fall, spring or year-long session.
The Student On-Line Application for Recruiting Interns, Fellows, and Scholars (SOLAR) http://intern.nasa.gov.
Space Life Sciences Laboratory (SLSL) Seminar – The MarsSedEx flights – Simulating Sedimentation on Mars
The Space Life Sciences Laboratory (SLSL) near KSC, invites you to meet Dr. Nickolaus Kuhn, University of Basel, Switzerland, - Wednesday, April 8th at 12.00 noon in Conference Room 301. Dr. Kuhn got his first degree in Physical Geography (1990-1995) … [Read more]
Applications for ASA Scholarships in the amount of $2,000 are currently being accepted. Applicants must be an entering sophomore or junior in an undergraduate degree program pursuing study in the areas of physical sciences, engineering, or aviation … [Read more]
Launching 2 Learn - NASA Opportunity for College Freshmen NASA Kennedy Space Center is providing a new opportunity for college freshmen. It’s called Launching 2 Learn. There are 20 slots available for students to learn how to launch level 1 and … [Read more]
Free NASA Webinar Series on Remote Sensing for Wildfire Applications NASA has two terrific opportunities to learn how to leverage satellite remote sensing technology for wildfire applications. The first is a FREE webinar developed by NASA ARSET … [Read more]
NASA Challenge Invites Students to Help Design Journey to Mars Systems College students have the opportunity to be at the forefront of innovation for NASA’s journey to Mars by designing systems for future space habitats and exploration systems … [Read more]