Archive for "Nasa News"

NASA Astronaut Aboard Space Station to Answer Questions from High School Students

Sep 30

NASA astronaut Chris Cassidy, currently aboard the International Space Station, will answer questions posed by high school students from across the nation this week.

NASA Invites Students to Join the Artemis Generation at SciFest Virtual Event

Sep 23

Venture with NASA to discover the future of flight, understand the portrait of planet Earth, and take the next steps in exploration at SciFest, the virtual STEM expo from the USA Science and Engineering Festival

NASA Goddard’s First Virtual Interns Reflect on Their Summer Experience

Sep 8

Interns who successfully worked in Goddard’s first all-virtual internship share their experiences.

NASA Goddard’s First Virtual Interns Reflect on Their Summer Experience

Sep 8

Interns who successfully worked in Goddard’s first all-virtual internship share their experiences.

NASA Langley Produces Popular Educational Videos for Virginia Public Media Station

Aug 27

NASA Langley produced a series of videos for Virginia Public Media, the PBS TV and NPR radio affiliate for Richmond, Central Virginia and the Shenandoah Valley.

Space Grant Embarks Upon Exciting Program-Level Evaluation Pilot

Aug 26

The purpose of these awards will be to pilot an approach over the next 2 years to assess the degree by which the Space Grant goals, and objectives have been met across the Program’s implementation.

NASA Awards Grants to Minority Serving Institutions to Improve Participation in Engineering

Aug 24

NASA has awarded 14 planning grants to Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs) through its Minority University Research and Education Project (MUREP), part of the agency’s Office of STEM Engagement.

Making the Most of a Virtual NASA Internship

Jul 21

To maintain steady progress with projects, NASA Langley decided to allow their interns to work remotely from their residences. Many of these interns work on important upcoming missions.

Langley CARES Volunteers Give Local STEM Students Virtual Tutoring

Jul 21

The aim of Langley CARES, or Community Alliance to Reinforce Education in STEM, is to empower the next generation of the NASA workforce in the Hampton Roads community.

Alabama High School Students Create a Meal NASA Will Send to Astronauts in Space

Jul 9

To add variety to the healthy diet of the astronauts on the International Space Station, NASA’s HUNCH program, which stands for High school students United with NASA to Create Hardware, created a culinary competition five years ago to involve high school students in the creation of new recipes to feed the astronauts on the station.