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Spring 2015 Application Information and Materials Coming Soon!

 

Spring 2015 Call For Proposals!

Applications Due:   Tuesday, March 3, 2015 at 2:00pm

 

The following awards are available:

Award

Award Amount

No. of Awards

Graduate Research Fellowship

$20,000

TBA

Undergraduate Research Fellowship

$5,000

TBA

Undergraduate Directed Campus Scholarship $5,000 Not Available
Community College Scholarship

$500

2 per each CC affiliate

Industrial Internship

$6,000

TBA

Helicopter Workshop at CCSU

Up to $2,000

TBA

RockOn Workshop at Wallops

Up to $2,000

TBA

Student Project

Up to $1,000

TBA

Travel Award Up to $1,000 TBA
Capstone/Senior Design Project Up to $3,000 Not Available
NASA Academy: must first apply and be accepted through NASA $6,000 + $1,000 in travel funds TBA

(updated 12/9/14)

For more information on each award and the application process please refer to the CSGC Student RFP Booklet 2014-2015.

All required forms can be found here.

 

The Connecticut Space Grant College Consortium, a NASA supported Space Grant Consortium, consists of Bridgeport University, Central Connecticut State University, Connecticut Colleges of Technology, Eastern Connecticut State University, Fairfield University, Southern Connecticut State University, Trinity College, the Universities of Connecticut, Connecticut Health Center, Hartford, and New Haven, Wesleyan University and Yale University. The purpose of the Consortium is to encourage research and education in Space/Aerospace Science and Engineering. The Consortium will accept applications for the following fellowships and grants from Undergraduate and Graduate Students.

 

Opportunities available:

 

Graduate Fellowships

Any full-time graduate student of a Consortium college may apply. Students are expected to work on research related to space/aerospace science or engineering under the guidance of a faculty member or a mentor from industry.  (NASA restricts fellowships to U.S. Citizens.)

Undergraduate Fellowships

Any full-time undergraduate student of a Consortium college may apply. Students are expected to work on research related to space/aerospace science or engineering under the guidance of a faculty member or a mentor from industry. (NASA restricts fellowships to U.S. Citizens.)

Student Project Grants

Any full-time student or group of students of a Consortium college may apply. The purpose of this grant is to allow students to purchase items needed for projects that are beyond the normal funds allocated by departments, colleges and universities. (NASA restricts project funds to U.S. Citizens.)

Travel Grants

Students and Faculty of Consortium colleges may apply for travel grants to visit NASA centers to use unique facilities or present their NASA related work at professional meetings. The Consortium expects to award several travel grants.  (NASA restricts travel funds to U.S. Citizens for domestic travel only.)

Industrial Internship – Summer

Any full-time undergraduate or graduate student of a Consortium college may apply. Students are expected to work within industry related to space/aerospace science or engineering under the guidance of a mentor from industry. (NASA restricts grants to U.S. Citizens only.)  Interns will be funded to work within UTC divisions or another CT-based industry during the summer of 2013. This is a 10-week internship assignment and is dependent upon selection by industry affiliate.

Industrial Internships- Academic Year (part time)

Any full-time undergraduate or graduate student of a Consortium college or university may apply. Students are expected to work within industry related to space/aerospace science or engineering under the guidance of a mentor from industry. (NASA restricts grants to U.S. Citizens only.)

Samples

Sample Internship Opportunities:
Corsair Internship (PDF)
CCAT Internship (PDF)
NE Air Museum Internship (PDF)
NE Air Museum Summer Internship
 (PDF)
Pratt & Whitney Project List (PDF)
Pratt & Whitney Project Details (PDF)
NASA Opportunities (PDF)
Sikorsky Anti Vibration (PDF)
Sikorsky Short Ranged Wireless (PDF)
Sikorsky Pitot Static Analysis (PDF)

Senior Design Grants

Any full-time student or group of students of a Consortium college may apply. The purpose of this grant is to allow students to purchase items needed for senior projects that are beyond the normal funds allocated by departments, colleges and universities. (NASA restricts project funds to U.S. Citizens only.)

Helicopter/UAS Workshop

Any full-time undergraduate or graduate student of a Consortium college who meets the minimum eligibility requirements and who is at least 18 years of age may apply. Students will attend a 1 week workshop, June 2013, in which they will learn how helicopters operate through a combination of classroom, lab and testing experiences. Students will also network with professionals within the helicopter aerospace industry. (NASA restricts grants to U.S. Citizens only.)

 

 

 

Applications and further information on Connecticut Space Grant College Consortium Fellowships and Grants may be obtained from your university’s or college’s NASA Campus Director. The Connecticut Space Grant College Consortium actively encourages women, minorities, and those with disabilities to apply for its grants.

 

Other Opportunities outside of CT

NASA Academy Internship

The NASA Academy program is a ten-week summer experience at Ames Academy, Glenn Academy, Goddard Academy, or Marshall Academy with laboratory research work, a group project, lectures, meetings with experts and administrators, visits to NASA Centers and space-related industries, technical writing, and presentations. Applicants must be a rising junior, senior undergraduate or at the early graduate level in accredited U.S. college or university as of May of the program year. They must have at least a B average, major in engineering, science, math, computer science or other areas of interest to the aerospace program, and be a US citizen or permanent resident.

NASA seeks space technology graduate fellowship applicants

NASA is seeking applications from graduate students for the agency’s second class of Space Technology Research Fellowships. Applications will be accepted from the accredited U.S. universities on behalf of graduate students interested in performing space technology research beginning in fall 2013.

For more information please visit:

http://go.usa.gov/9SL

 

 

Summer Internship Opportunities

The following companies are participating in our Industrial Internship Program this upcoming summer (more to come!):

-Acme Wire Products Co., Inc. (Mystic, CT)

-Barnes Aerospace Windsor Division (Windsor, CT)

-Beacon Group (Bloomfield, CT)

-Cislunar Aerospace, Inc. (Stamford, CT)

-CPI Manufacturing (Hartford, CT)

-Gar Kenyon Aerospace & Defense (Naugatuck, CT)

-Hologic, Inc. (Danbury, CT)

-Industrial Advisor Board & Career Services

-Kaman Precision Products (Middletown, CT)

-RBC Bearings, Inc. (Oxford, CT)

-The Siemon Company (Watertown, CT)

-Whitcraft Group (Eastford, CT)

-Wood Group GTS (East Windsor, CT)

Internship Categories

There are currently full-time & part-time academic year internships and summer internships available in the following three categories:

*Aerospace

*Biomedical

*Non-Profit

Students that are interested must submit an application. (To be elligible, tudents must be attending a University or College in the CT Space Grant Consortium)

 

Sample Award Opportunities can be found here.

 

 

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