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In response to COVID-19, the Science, Technology, and Engineering Preview Summer (STEPS) Camp has cancelled all face-to-face camps for summer 2020. The staff is currently developing a virtual camp, called STEPS Co-Pilot, that will be aviation-themed, STEM-focused, and hands-on.
The MSGC team reached out to JustOne after our trip to Washington D.C. and asked some questions about his experience of the trip on Capitol Hill visiting the Michigan congressmen. Read his interview here: Interview with JustOne
Michigan Space Grant Consortium is pleased to announce that we have developed a new funding program for Virtual Learning. This program supports and encourages projects that are entirely or partially completed virtually. Designed to support programming developed during times when educational organization facilities are closed due to COVID to support STEM educational activities.
At this time all Michigan Space Grant Consortium 2020-2021 award announcements have been sent out. Hope College recently posted an article in regards to all 20 of their awardees this year. Every proposal submitted by the college received funding.
The MSGC team reached out to Josh after his trip to Atlanta, Georgia and asked some questions about his trip to the Southern Regional Educational Board's Institute on Teaching and Mentoring conference. Read his interview here: Interview with Josh
GVSU is one of nine colleges and universities that have been recognized by Excelencia in Education, a Latino student advocacy organization, for their dedication to Latino students. The new "Seal of Excelencia" they received is awarded based on several criteria,...
Through the NASA SUITS program and MSGC funding, five members of the CLAWS (Compact Localized Augmented WorkStation) team from the University of Michigan traveled to Johnson Space Center in April 2019 to test a spacesuit interface …
So far in 2019, Michigan Space Grant Consortium has been able to sponsor an unprecedented eight NASA interns who were placed across the country in five different centers – Kennedy, Stennis, Goddard, Langley, and the Jet Propulsion Laboratory.