Welcome to ASU/NASA Space Grant

NASA Space Grant is a nationwide program funded by NASA. It is designed to develop the young minds of STEM graduate and undergraduate students into thinking beyond the classroom by actively performing NASA related research alongside a faculty mentor.

ASU/NASA Space Grant has two primary goals:

  1. to contribute to the nation’s science enterprise by funding education, research and public engagement projects.
  2. to increase the engagement of underrepresented minorities in all areas of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.

Scholars participate in year-long research and the results of their research are presented at our Poster Session in February and the Annual Arizona Space Grant Research Symposium in April.


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Apply now for the ASU/NASA Space Grant 2021-22 Internship/Fellowship.


The application window for the 2021-22 ASU/NASA Space Grant Scholarships and Fellowships is now closed.

If you wish to be notified when the application for the 2022-23 internship and fellowship applications become available, please submit a 2022-23 Space Grant Application Notification form

 


Space Grant Graduating Senior and Alumni Tracking

ALUMNI TRACKING FORMS
Reminder to all Space Grant Alumni: please update us with your status and information if it has changed by following this link https://spacegrant.arizona.edu/students/mailingform

Be sure to check the website periodically for updates and program opportunities.


Contact Us

ASU/NASA Space Grant is led by Dr. Thomas Sharp, Professor, School of Earth and Space Exploration. Space Grant supports graduate and undergraduate students in a variety of disciplines to further their educational experiences in science, engineering research, and informal education programs. Space Grant consortia have been established in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico.