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Program Description The Marshall Faculty Fellowship program is a residential research experience. Fellows are required to conduct their research, during the ten-week program, on-site at the Marshall Space Flight Center. Participants cannot receive remuneration from other entities or other programs or other university or government sources during the Faculty Fellowship 10-week period. An oral presentation by the Fellow to the Marshall group with which s/he has been affiliated is required, near the end of the fellowship period. A written final report is required at the end of the Fellowship. A written evaluation of the program by the Fellow is expected at the end of…

NASA John Glenn Research Center (GRC) in Cleveland, Ohio, is accepting applications from full-time, qualified STEM faculty in accredited US colleges and universities, for the summer 2017 NASA Glenn Faculty Fellowship Program (NGFFP), tenured at GRC. The ten-week Fellowship starts on Monday, June 5, through Friday, Aug. 11. The opportunity is open to mainly US citizens. Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs) and women, under-represented and underserved faculty members are encouraged to apply. Click below to view the application form and instructions. The application opens on Monday, Dec. 5, 2016, and closes at 11:59 PM on Thursday, February 16, 2017.

The SD NASA Space Grant seeks to provide a research experience for high school STEM teachers (RET). The SD Space Grant will provide up to $8,000 fellowships for each for as many as 4 teachers to participate in an 8-week (minimum) research experience at a South Dakota Space Grant Consortium affiliated institution this summer (2017).  The high school teachers are the applicants, and they are responsible for making connections and arrangements. If you have a research project that might be a good fit for the program please contact Nathan Lukkes at the SD BOR office or Dr. Peggy Norris at the Sanford Underground Lab…

2017 NASA EPSCoR Research and Travel Opportunities The South Dakota NASA EPSCoR office announces the following funding opportunities which are available to faculty at all institutions of higher education in South Dakota. U.S. citizenship is not a requirement for these grants. Additional information and application guidelines on each grant type can be accessed by following the appropriate links provided 1. Research Seed Grants (Research Initiation Grants) (deadline Dec. 16, 2016)* Research Initiation Grants (RIGs) of up to $23,000 (NASA funds) for single-institution projects or $46,000 (NASA funds) for multiple-institution projects are available to promote projects that align with NASA research…