Students from Laurel Ridge Community College were sponsored by the Virginia Space Grant Consortium (VSGC) are attending a NASA/West Virginia Space Grant Hack Week Program this week at West Virginia University. The students and their faculty advisor, Melissa Stange worked on Fault Diagnosis for Safety-Critical Autonomous Systems. The educational and training activities introduced the participants…
Virginia Space Grant Consortium Director Mary Sandy was honored with NASA’s Exceptional Public Service Medal at the NASA May 24 Honor Awards Ceremony at NASA Langley Research Center.
The Virginia Space Grant Consortium is now offering an online alternative to our summer programs.
Interested in research topics that win STEM scholarships? The 2019-2020 VSGC Scholarship and Fellowship awardees and research titles have been posted to the website. There were seventy-four awardees; 33 graduate, 11 undergraduate, 25 STEM Bridge and five community college students.
The 2019 Virginia Tech Office of GIS and Remote Sensing Symposium received 35 posters, representing both undergraduate and graduate categories. Virginia Space Grant Consortium sponsors the cash prizes for the winning posters every year.
What does a good STEM research paper look like? The 2018-2019 Graduate and Undergraduate Research STEM Scholarship winners papers are now posted online.
Did you know that VSGC offers programs and scholarships for students and faculty from middle school all the way to graduate school? We also offer opportunities for educators. Download an interactive pdf here to learn more.
Upcoming deadlines for 2019 programs including VSGC graduate fellowships, undergraduate scholarships, internships and STEM programs. Please visit the the main menu for more information.
The ACRP is sponsoring the University Design Competition for Addressing Airport Needs for U.S.-based undergraduate and/or graduate students to design innovative solutions that address airport issues.