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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!

The VT Space Grant is pleased to be sending three VT undergrads to this program this week; they arrived in VA on Friday. Look for some photos from the students this coming week.

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It’s Rocket Week at our Wallops Flight Facility this week for students. Learn more:http://go.nasa.gov/1Gq71vQ

The 2015 RockOn Workshop was 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 .

View the very nice time-lapse video of our students’ work at the Rock On! rocketry workshop last week. The video was created by UVM engineering student Octavio Araujo  https://youtu.be/R8XpkyT5nwQ    NASA RockOn 2015  COSGC’s RockOn 2015 Workshop at NASA’s Wallops Flight Facility

Thanks to Mansfield Heliflight for sponsoring one of the students at the Helicopter workshop