We are pleased to announce that two of our Community College Partners have received special awards and acknowledgements. Continue reading
Applications for the 2019 Caltech Space Challenge will open on October 1, 2018.
The online application form will be available at this website starting on October 1. Please consult the application instructions below for an overview of the required application documents. The deadline to submit or edit your application is December 1, 2018. All incomplete applications after this date will be discarded. Participation in this competition does not require an entry fee. Housing, all meals, and a travel reimbursement (full or partial, depending on the funding available) will be provided for all participants. More info here.
Do you know a student in higher education that would like to gain authentic engineering design experience with user interfaces while also contributing to NASA missions? NASA’s Spacesuit User Interface Technologies for Students (SUITS) challenges student teams to design and create information displays that support the development of spacesuit capabilities. Continue reading
The wait is over, and the application to become a member of our Class of 2019 is now available! We’re gearing up for our best program yet. Catch up on what’s new below, or click the button to jump straight to our applications page. Continue reading
Are you an undergraduate science and engineering student interested in pursuing a career with NASA? Would you like to gain skills, knowledge, and competency in NASA mission protocols, procedures, and practices? Continue reading
The Breakthrough, Innovative and Game-changing (BIG) Idea Challenge is an initiative supporting NASA’s Game Changing Development Program (GCD) efforts to rapidly mature innovative/high impact capabilities and technologies for infusion in a broad array of future NASA missions. Continue reading
The X-Hab Academic Innovation Challenge encourages university-level students to develop innovative design solutions for deep-space human exploration systems. Continue reading
Participating in the Student Launch challenge, student teams demonstrated advanced aerospace and engineering skills as they launched their rockets to an altitude of 1 mile, deployed an automated parachute system and landed the rocket safely for reuse. Continue reading