NASA Glenn Research Center in Cleveland, Ohio will be supporting Physics, Science and Math Week at Cedar Point Amusement Park on May 14-15, 2019 with educational activities such as poster displays and hands-on demonstrations. Exhibits will cover the area of Exploration, Microgravity, Science Missions, Aeronautics, and Orion. Many educators have requested the PDF versions of … Read the rest ⇢
The astronauts and operators of future robotic vehicles who will explore the Moon, Mars, and beyond are in schools across the country. Educating these future scientists and engineers is a priority for NASA, with programs available at all educational levels for students to get involved with their space program.
NASA explores and so do Scouts! Exploration is more than an adventure. It is discovering and uncovering information. It is contributing to scientific knowledge. NASA focuses on exploration above and beyond. It is exploring biological and physical sciences through microgravity research, the Earth through satellites, and our solar system and beyond through rovers, space telescopes, … Read the rest ⇢
Secondary students from the United States are annually challenged to design and build hardware to be tested in NASA’s 2.2 Second Drop Tower. NASA has offered curiosity-based challenges in the past (such as CELERE, DIME, and WING), but the current contests are problem-based and relevant to NASA research and space exploration technologies.
The HUNCH mission is to empower and inspire students through a Project Based Learning program where high school students learn 21st century skills and have the opportunity to launch their careers through the participation in the design and fabrication of real world valued products for NASA.
The GRC PSC Outreach team is responsible for the coordination and implementation of educational public outreach events to share NASA and the Space Communications and Navigation (SCaN) Program’s accomplishments with the general public and space industry.
The SCaN Intern Project (SIP) at the NASA Glenn Research Center (GRC) is a ten-week-long summer internship where High School, Undergraduate, and Graduate students gain hands on experience working with NASA mentors on projects in specialized areas of Space Communication and Navigation.