Call for Proposals
The 2018-2019 HASP Call For Proposals was released on October 08, 2018. The current copy of the CFP is available below. Please notice that the due date is December 14, 2018. Teams preparing a HASP proposal/payload are advised to download and read the HASP Student Payload Interface Manual as well as CSBF website postings at http://www.csbf.nasa.gov/convdocs.html particularly the FY07 User’s Handbook. Also of use are the Gondola Design documents at http://www.csbf.nasa.gov/gondoladocs.html. For more information click here. Continue reading
The Marshall Space Flight Center is offering Faculty Fellowships for qualified STEM faculty at U.S. colleges and universities to conduct research with NASA colleagues during a ten-week residential program in Huntsville, Alabama. For more information click here.
Email finished applications to Debora.Nielson@uah.edu
When can students start applying? Right now!
What is the deadline for students to submit applications? April 1, 2019
Do Students have to fill out a completely new application in Salesforce, or can they port it over? Yes, students must complete a new application.
What is the link to Salesforce? Intern.nasa.gov Continue reading
We are pleased to announce that two of our Community College Partners have received special awards and acknowledgements. Continue reading
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
The 2019 RASC-AL Special Edition: Moon to Mars Ice & Prospecting Challenge solicits eligible undergraduate and graduate students to design and build prototype hardware that can extract water and assess subsurface density profiles from a simulated off-world test bed to advance critical technologies needed on the surface of the moon or Mars.
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