Theurer speaks at the 2019 annual American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting in San Francisco. He delivered a presentation at NOAA's booth on the satellite technology NOAA uses and the products they can create from these satellites.

HAB Team Alumnus Peers at Earth Remotely from Above

June 4, 2020 | Lee Cannon

Where Are They Now? – Ryan Theurer  By Rachel Erickson & Lee Cannon From a beginning as a computer programming student in community college, to launching weather balloons with complex payloads as part of an...

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2020 Class of Summer Interns Begins in New Format

May 28, 2020 | Rachel Erickson

Above, left to right, new 2020 summer interns Chloe Schneider, Auston Gray and Bryce Abbott begin their internships soon, along with 11 others at multiple NASA centers and programs and the HyperSizer Corporation. North Carolina...

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NASA Kennedy Interns Spent Spring Studying Gases

May 17, 2020 | Rachel Erickson

Above: Danielle Chasten and Simone Blaylock pose for a photo with professional football player, R. Joshua Dobbs of the Jacksonville Jaguars, who spoke during their spring internship at NASA Kennedy Space Center about his experiences...

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Space Grant Independent Evaluation Solicitation

May 8, 2020 | Lee Cannon

The NASA Office of STEM Engagement has recently released the Space Grant Independent Evaluation Solicitation.  The full Request for Proposals can be found HERE.  A summary of this opportunity can be found below.  General Overview...

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Milky Way photo by Brunier/NASA

The Greatest Show on the East Coast

April 14, 2020 | Lee Cannon

The Outer Albemarle Peninsula offers some of the darkest skies on the U.S. Atlantic seaboard, with sites for unsurpassed nightscape and stargazing....

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Bramblett and Jones speak via video call with NASA Glenn scientist, Nancy Hall.

STEM Bridge Scholarship Introduces Students to NASA

April 10, 2020 | Rachel Erickson

NC Space Grant issued its first STEM Bridge Scholarships for Minority-Serving Institution Students to provide support for talented underserved students....

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2020 NC Space Symposium Canceled

March 11, 2020 | Lee Cannon

A message from our director: Greetings NC Space Grant Community, In light of NC State University’s announcement today of new policies, NC Space Grant is canceling the 2020 NC Space Symposium that had been set for...

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Big SkillsUSA Wins for NC Community College Students

March 3, 2020 | Lee Cannon

After winning in the state level SkillsUSA championship, NC Space Grant-supported Edgecombe Community College earned national titles....

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2nd Annual Ultimate UAV Competition Takes Flight

February 10, 2020 | Rachel Erickson

On November 16, high school Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) teams attended the Second Annual Ultimate UAV Competition Blastoff at the Craven Community College-NC State campus in Havelock, North Carolina.  This NC Space Grant-funded event was...

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Applications Open for $20K NC Sea Grant – Space Grant Graduate Fellowship

January 17, 2020 | Lee Cannon

NC Sea Grant and NC Space Grant are accepting applications for a two-year Graduate Research Fellowship to explore coastal research topics....

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