Michigan Space Grant Consortium

The mission of the MSGC is to create, develop, and promote programs that reflect NASA strategic interests and support cooperation between academia, industry, state and local government in science and technology in Michigan. Various opportunities for educational and research funding are available.

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The MSGC Team sends out monthly communications containing upcoming opportunities happening over the next couple of months.
Including the latest challenges, programs, internships, contests etc.

Funding Opportunities


Available to graduate students currently enrolled at one of MSGC-affiliated institutions.  Requires a faculty mentor with whom the student intends to work.

NASA Internships

Offered several times throughout the academic year; including, spring, summer, fall and winter. Conducted at a NASA facility, contractor facility, or anywhere activities are ongoing to advance NASA’s missions.

Educational Programs

Supports proposals from outreach institutions and organizations throughout the state as well as from affiliate institutions.

Research Seed Grants

Supports junior faculty and research scientists at MSGC affiliate institutions.  Funding is based on scientific merit and relevance to NASA’s strategic interests as expressed in NASA’s strategic plan.

MSGC Award Recipients

Meet a selection of recent MSGC award recipients.

Connect with Faculty

Connect with faculty willing to mentor MSGC fellows.

Connect to NASA STEAM Engagement

Explore NASA opportunities for teachers and students.

Connect to MSGC’s Latest Newsletter

Frontiers is our connection with updates on programs, fellowships, announcements and program opportunities.

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Fall Conference

MSGC Fall Conference is scheduled on October 19, 2024 in Ann Arbor








University of Michigan
Climate and Space Research Bldg, Rm. 2438
2455 Hayward St.
Ann Arbor, MI. 48109-2143
(734) 936-2698

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Received Blue Ribbon from NASA for being the first Space Grant to finish annual reporting for FY2020 and FY2021


The Michigan Space Grant Consortium is primarily funded through a NASA Training Grant.

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