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NC Space Grant Hosts Astronaut Zena Cardman
On April 16, NC Space Grant hosted the virtual 2021 NC Space Symposium, featuring a keynote address from NASA astronaut Zena Cardman, as well as talks from current and former NC Space Grant fellows and scholars and space industry professionals. “Our symposium celebrates current students, alumni and partners who offer insight for career pathways,” notes Susan White, NC Space Grant’s executive director.
What is NC Space Grant?
NC Space Grant is a consortium of academic institutions that promote, develop and support aeronautics and space-related science, engineering and technology education and training in North Carolina. We partner with NASA, industry, nonprofit organizations and state government agencies to conduct programs designed to equip the current and future aerospace workforce of North Carolina.
NC Space Symposium Features Astronaut & Other Alumni
With 275 attendees, 139 of them students, the virtual 2021 NC Space Symposium brought together space enthusiasts from many backgrounds.
NC Sea & Space Grant Programs Announce New Fellows
“The partnership with North Carolina Sea Grant has opened a new range of research topics and techniques for students interested in aerospace, coastal issues or both.”
Scholars & Fellows Embark on 2021-22 Research Projects
Above: Professor Karen Farizatto (left) and 2021-22 Undergraduate Research Scholarship recipient, Jared Tuton (right), review protein quantification results at the University of North Carolina Pembroke Biotech Research and Training Center (BRTC). NC Space Grant is...