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Welcome..  Vermont Space Grant Consortium / VT-NASA EPSCoR offers a variety of opportunities for scholarships, research grants, awards and NASA Internship Programs that  provide opportunities to work with NASA Principal Investigators.

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  • Vermont Space Grant Consortium/NASA EPSCoROpportunities for scholarships, research grants, awards and NASA Internship Programs
  • VT-NASA EPSCoR_Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive ResearchPartnerships with government, higher education and industry that are designed to effect lasting improvements in a state’s or region’s research infrastructure, R&D capacity & competitiveness.
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 The Vermont Space Grant Consortium  (VSGC) is an organization consisting of academic institutions, private industry, and public entities. Funded in part by a grant from NASA’s National Space Grant College and Fellowship Program, key goals of the VSGC are:  to build aerospace-related research infrastructure within the state; to promote science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education among Vermont students; and to train and encourage students to pursue careers in aerospace-related areas.

VSGC/EPSCoR NEWS!

Undergraduate Scholarship Applications
Submit beginning January 1, 2015
Deadline for submission is February 15, no later than 5pm

NASA’s Kepler Space Telescope Discovers Its First Five Exoplanets

The 2015 RockOn Workshop will be held at NASA’s Wallop’s Island Flight
Facility , June 20 -25, 2015. Vermont Space Grant Consortium has
selected three students to attend RockOn this year. Octavio Araujo Mori,
Mechanical Engineering, in the College of Engineering and Mathematical
Sciences at the University of Vermont, and two students at Norwich
University, Austin Blum, Mechanical Engineering, and Greg Swain,
Electrical and Computer Engineering. Vermont Space Grant Consortium
congratulates these students on being selected .