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The California Space Grant Consortium is proud to have sponsored the UCSD Microgravity Project. A team of engineering undergraduates performed tests in a microgravity environment to research behavior streams of fluids in space.
Several Sacramento State students have had the opportunity to intern at NASA centers all across the nation.
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We have been funding two of our MAE students, Casey Barrett and David Hernandez, to work on aerospace projects this summer, including an interdisciplinary archeological balloon flight project with the Department of Anthropology (Professor Thomas Levy), Calit2, and the California Space Grant Consortium. Below is a description of the project, written by Professor Levy.
Click here to read about California Space Grant Consortium projects in the STEM fields (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) at our California affiliate campuses.
Elena S. Amador is the California Student Ambassador for the 2009 International Year of Astronomy. The International Year of Astronomy is a global program that aims to bring astronomy and all space sciences to a wider audience. Elena is currently a 4th year undergraduate student at the University of California, Santa Cruz where she is studying planetary sciences and astrophysics.
For her biography, click here.
For the IYA website, click here.
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