Category: Virginia Tech
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.
At the Virginia Tech session of BLAST (Building Leaders for Advancing Science and Technology), eighth and ninth graders learned about groundwater hydrology, volcanic hazards, physics, civil and environmental engineering, biomechanics and coding.
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.
The Antares NG-11 rocket launched successfully Wednesday from the Mid-Atlantic Regional Spaceport at Wallops Island, Va. sending the Cygnus cargo spacecraft on its way to the ISS.
A giant leap towards space for Virginia university students took place on February 26 when students from three Virginia universities delivered their small satellites to NanoRacks in Houston.
BLAST will offer dynamic three-day residential summer experiences on the campuses of Old Dominion University, Virginia Tech and University of Virginia in the summer of 2019.