On October 21, the lot behind the Nespelem School will light up with a display of rocketry. “We can actually—safely with a lot of things going on—launch even some middle powered rockets, g-80 motors,” said Nespelem teacher Ralph Rise, speaking in Colville Business Council’s Education and Employment committee, yesterday.
For the first time, NASA teamed up with a local flying club to offer seven teenagers the opportunity of a lifetime.
Nearly 50 high school students are better educated in science and space after attending Central Washington University’s Mars Rover Summer Camp this week.
This Warm Springs Program is about the new Earth and Space Sciences Pipeline Program, who is funded by NASA, coming to the Warm Springs community in this summer.
Montana State University will host a free, five-day summer camp for middle school students interested in science, technology, engineering and math.
Bozeman Daily Chronicle
NASA visited Hardin High School on Monday and Tuesday, and given their teaching curriculum — rovers, arrows and rockets — one might get the feeling they really want to go to Mars.
In September, Professor Robert Winglee was selected by NASA to lead a $10 million initiative to establish a regional education network aimed at increasing the number of underrepresented minority students ready and eager to pursue degrees in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) when they enter college.
A new program based at the University of Washington will bring together educational institutions, K-12 teachers and informal education organizations to inspire, teach and recruit the next generation of students in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
NASA has selected 27 organizations from across the United States to begin negotiations for cooperative agreement awards totaling $42 million to implement a new strategic approach to more effectively engage learners of all ages on NASA science education programs and activities.