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  • Sponsoring NASA education and research in Wyoming

    Sponsoring NASA education and research in Wyoming

  • Sponsoring NASA education and research in Wyoming

    Sponsoring NASA education and research in Wyoming

  • Sponsoring NASA education and research in Wyoming

    Sponsoring NASA education and research in Wyoming

Students engaged in research

Wyoming NASA Space Grant sponsors education and research programs in the state of Wyoming in support of NASA missions. We also serve as a link between citizens of the state and NASA programs. Wyoming Space Grant Consortium is one of 52 consortia representing each state, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico.  Our programs include research fellowships and internships for students at the University of Wyoming and Wyoming community colleges, scholarship programs for community college students in STEM majors, grants for college and university faculty, and educational resources and programs for Wyoming K-12 students and teachers. The Wyoming NASA Space Grant goals are to: to promote science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education from elementary through university levels; to enhance science and engineering research infrastructure in Wyoming; to recruit women and underrepresented students for careers in math, science, and engineering; and to enhance public awareness of the benefits of research and exploration.


Current events

UW Engineering student in lab, next to students on a bicycle in an engineering challenge

Spring 2019 Opportunities and Events:

  • STEM Saturday at UW – January 26
  • NASA Space Grant National Meeting in DC – February 28 – March 2
  • Wyoming State Science Fair – March 3-5
  • Undergraduate and Graduate Fellowships, Faculty Research and Education Grant Proposals DUE – March 15
  • Materials Science and Engineering Symposium – April 10
  • Wyoming NASA Space Grant Spring Board Meeting – April 26 (tentative)
  • Undergraduate Research Day – April 27
  • Women in STEM Conference – May 21
  • Community College Transfer Scholarships DUE – June 3

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