News & Events
Part of the MSGC Team traveled to Port Huron for the weekend of the Challenger Center’s Grand Opening at SC4. A fully immersive, space themed educational opportunity that was originally born from the tragedy, has launched into an amazing experience.
Dr. Jonathan Maisonneuve and his students, Joanna Chang, Victoria Sutherland and Olivia Racette have paved the way for Oakland University by participating in NASA’s Deep Space Food team challenge. A first for the University.
Michigan Space Grant Consortium (MSGC), in collaboration with the departments of Aerospace, Climate and Space, Michigan Space Institute and Space Physics Research Laboratory (SPRL) hosted a Celebration of the Splashdown of Apollo 15’s 50th Anniversary. Apollo 15 was an “All Michigan Crew” as all three astronauts attended the University of Michigan.
Grand Valley State University’s MSGC Campus Rep, Bopaiah Biddanda of the Annis Water Resources Institute was highlighted as a co-author in a recent research article on a sinkhole located in Lake Huron.
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The Mining Gazette recently wrote an article giving a glimpse into one of our multiple educational program awardees. While the MSGC funded project is "Engaging High School Women and Native Americans in Rural Communities in Environmental Science and Engineering STEM...
A couple of past & present MSGC awardees were spotted in a recent WMU News article for their work on electric propulsion. Dr. Kristina Lemmer and WMU Graduate Student, Margaret Mooney talk about how their research is being used for NASA as well as discuss Mooney’s path to a future in space research.
Take a step back and learn about the Energizing our World Camp from the Summer of 2019. You know, before they went virtual. This program, run by GVSU is truly innovative! Middle schoolers get to learn, design, create prototypes and even attend a career fair!
A student team from Michigan Technological University competed in NASA’s 2020 BIG Idea Challenge. Last month all of the teams got together virtually for the final presentations where the MTU team presented their rover the T-REX.
Oakland Engineer recently released an article highlighting Dr. Jonathan Maisonneuve’s research involving the investigation of ways of using fertilizer to generate useful mechanical work via pressure retarded osmosis.