NASA Selection Proposals to increase STEM Education at Community and Technical Colleges

NASA has announced the selection of proposals to increase STEM education at Community and Technical Colleges. Thirty-five awards were granted, including to Hawai‘i Space Grant Consortium, after a solicitation to members of the national Space Grant Consortia. Each award has a two-year performance period. Read the NASA News Release and the complete list of awardees and their project abstracts. The Hawai‘i Space Grant Consortium’s project title is “Project Imua: Developing CubeSat Fabrication and Support Capacity at the University of Hawaii’s Community College Space Grant Consortium Partners.” Project Imua (to move forward in Hawaiian) establishes a joint faculty-student enterprise for fabricating and testing satellite payloads that will be launched by the Hawaii Space Flight Lab (HSFL) and other launch systems. Congratulations!

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