STEM Education

VSGC supports a number of Innovative Projects every year. These projects cover many disciplines and target both K-12 and Higher Education projects. This year, twelve awards were made totaling over $80,000....

The final Technology Exploration Saturday was held at NASA Langley this weekend. Peninsula middle school students and parents competed to design and build penny haulers and robotic arms....

VESSS (Virginia Earth System Science Scholars) recently won a Programs That Work Award from the Virginia Mathematics and Science Coalition (VMSC). ...

Applications are now open for the 2019 STEM Takes Flight NASA Research Experiences Program. Virginia Community College students in STEM fields with a GPA of at least 2.5 are eligible to apply. ...

Virginia Space Grant Consortium, in partnership with Averett University, held a STEM conference for K-12 educators October 2 featuring Dr. Christine Darden. ...

VASTS, VESSS and Virginia Space Coast Scholars wrapped up another successful year with the Virginia Space Grant Consortium. Almost 500 students participated in the VASTS online class, 180 enrolled in the VESSS online program and over 300 students completed the Virginia Space Coast Scholars online program....

Virginia Space Grant Consortium sponsored a scholarship that included registration, flight, lodging, and ground transportation to one visually impaired student and parent chaperone to attend the Space Center University (Space Center U) Program for Students with Visual Impairment. ...