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SPACE EDUCATION
and Inspiring
FUTURE
SCIENTISTS

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• BAE Systems of NA • Community CollegeSystem of NH • Dartmouth College
• FIRST
• McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center • Mount Washington Observatory • Plymouth State Univ.
• The Margret and H.A. Rey Center • UNH (NHSGC office) NH Affiliates across New Hampshire... Contact NHSGC...

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NEW HAMPSHIRE SPACE GRANT CONSORTIUM (NHSGC) brings together NH's educational and scientific communities to foster public interest in science education, scholarship, and research.

Funded by NASA, the consortium supports nine New Hampshire affiliate institutions and thousands of teachers, students, faculty, and citizens interested in the sciences, in space science, and in inspiring future scientists. Read more…

 New Hampshire Space Grant News & Events . . .
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Superstellar Friday
With NH Astronomical Society, McAuliffe Shepard Discovery Center, Fri. Sept. 5, 7-10 pm. Info…
astronomy
Sidewalk Astronomy
With NH Astronomical Society, Market Square, Portsmouth, NH, Sat. Sept. 6, 6-10 pm. Info…
treehouse
White Mts. Geology Workshop
Sat. Sept. 20, 8:30am-4:30pm, Mt. Washington Weather Discovery Ctr., N.Conway, NH. Info...
treehouse
Dark Stargazing
With NH Astronomical Society, Sat. Sept. 27, 8pm, the Rey Ctr., Waterville Valley. Info…
treehouse New Exhibit: Extreme Mt. Washington
Don't miss Mt. Washington Observatory's new mountaintop exhibit. Info…
Space festival
NH Hotspots Road Trips
Workshops and Competitions
Educator Workshop (K-Higher Ed)
The History of Winter (HOW)

NASA Goddard Space Flight Center's Cryospheric education program for K-Higher Education educators, in collaboration with Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory (CRREL), is offering a winter workshop focused on the world of cryospheric science research. Workshop date: February 15-21, 2015.
For more information and to apply...
University Design Competition
Issues Facing Airports: An Airport Cooperative Research Competition

Sponsored by the Federal Aviation Administration, the competition challenges both individuals and teams of undergraduate and graduate students with a faculty advisor to address issues facing airports and the National Airspace System. The four broad challenge areas, guidelines for the 2014-15 competition, and resources, are posted on the competiton website, below. Submissions are due April 30, 2015.
More information, challenges, and 2014-15 guidelines...