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The Mission of the Ohio Space Grant Consortium (OSGC) is to advance the Nation’s capability in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) leading to the continued development of a diverse workforce through NASA-related collaborations within Ohio’s network of scientists, researchers, engineers, and educators at Ohio colleges and universities, the Ohio Aerospace Institute, NASA Centers, the Air Force Research Laboratory, and industry that align with the National Space Grant Program goals and objectives and NASA’s education outcomes. A key component of this activity is to attract and retain students in STEM disciplines with emphasis on increasing participation by women and underrepresented groups.

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Applications are open for the NASA Space Technology Research Fellowships! Click here for additional information. Click here to apply.

Applications are open for the Student Spaceflight Experiments Program (SSEP) Seventh Flight Opportunity - SSEP Mission 5 to the International Space Station! Click here for additional information.

Applications are being accepted for the NASA Aeronautics Scholarship Program

Annual Student Research Symposium
Save the date for 2015!  Friday, April 10, 2015


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Highlights


The OSGC extends a warm welcome to Dr. Paul P. Lin who has assumed the Campus Representative duties at Cleveland State University. We also thank Dr. Pamela Charity-Leeke for her years of dedicated service to the OSGC.


Grant Schaffner
University of Cincinnati Aerospace Systems Professor Grant Schaffner

When Team USA takes the ice for the skeleton event at the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, the second week of February, the Americans will be using a sled designed by Dr. Grant Schaffner – the ProtoStar V5. “It’s tremendous,” said Schaffner, who is leaving Sunday, February 9 for Russia. “I always wanted to go to the Olympics, and the first time I went, it was to see my sled being used.”

Desirée Cotto-Figueroa
Desirée Cotto-Figueroa, OSGC Doctoral Fellow, Ohio University

Congratulations to Desirée Cotto-Figueroa, OSGC Doctoral Fellow, at Ohio University, who defended her Ph.D. on August 16, 2013, and has started working as a postdoctoral researcher at the School of Earth and Space Exploration (SESE) of the Arizona State University (ASU).

Desirée will present her research entitled "Radiation Recoil Effects on the Dynamical Evolution of Asteroids" at the National Space Grant Directors' Fall Meeting in Charleston, South Carolina, on October 13, 2013.

2013 NASA Pre-Service Teacher Workshop
OSGC Students Participate in NASA Pre-Service Teacher Workshop
OSGC Student Research Symposium
OSGC Scholars, Fellows, and Campus Representatives at the Symposium

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