Mon, Jan 01, 2007
Three Opportunities For Qualified Students
NASA has put the word
out it's seeking applicants for its undergraduate student
research project, its graduate student researchers project, and its
Aeronautics Fellowship. Applications are due in the next few
The undergraduate research project offers a 10- or 15-week
research experience at a participating NASA center under the
supervision of a NASA technical mentor. Two sessions are available,
one in summer and one in fall.
Interested? You must be a full-time rising junior or senior during
the Spring 2007 semester or quarter, pursuing an undergraduate
degree, or have demonstrated course work concentration in
engineering, mathematics, computer science, or physical or life
sciences. Deadline for the summer session is January 31, 2007, and
February 28, 2007, for the fall session.
Applications for NASA's graduate researchers project are due
February 1, 2007. Through the program, which requires full-time
enrollment and US citizenship, NASA awards fellowships for graduate
study leading to research-based master's or doctoral degrees in
science, mathematics and engineering fields related to NASA
research and development. The program supports approximately 300
graduate students annually.
NASA's Aeronautics Fellowship is open to full-time graduate
students who are US citizens and are enrolled in, or have been
accepted by, an accredited master's degree program in aeronautical
engineering or equivalent programs at accredited institutions of
higher education. Applications are due February 1, 2007.
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