High Altitude Balloon Launch Scheduled for May 9 in Farmington
Apr 24, 2012 — Read more in: MSGC news
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NASA-funded Astrobiology Initiative Heightens Maine Students’ Interest in Science and...
Space Day Maine coming soon
Mar 22, 2012 — Read more in: MSGC news
Space Day Maine, sponsored by Lockheed Martin and the Maine Space Grant Consortium will be celebrated this year on May 4, 2012 at the Winthrop School Department. Sharon Eggleston is our Northeast Regional Coordinator for Space Day Activities - and the program "guru". The goal of Space Day is to promote Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) education by nurturing young peoples' enthusiasm for the wonders of the Universe and inspiring them to continue the stellar work of...
Governor John E. Baldacci to announce NASA Cooperative Agreement for High School Astrobiology-Scientific Ballooning Pilot Project
Mar 20, 2012 — Read more in: MSGC news
Augusta, Maine: Governor John E. Baldacci will announce the award of a $400,000 cooperative agreement from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) to the Maine Space Grant Consortium for a unique pilot project designed to increase high school students' interest in science, technology and mathematics careers. The project will involve selected 10th grade classes around the state in a year-long astrobiology curriculum involving high-altitude scientific ballooning research...
Student-Designed Aerospace Project Presented at the National Council of Space Grant Directors Fall Meeting in Portland Maine
Nov 11, 2010 — Read more in: MSGC news
The Maine Space Grant Consortium was the host for the National Council of Space Grant Directors meeting in October, 2010, bringing together NASA, academia and professionals from across the United States.
Students at Ironwood, located in Morrill Maine, presented the results of their scientific ballooning project funded in part by the Maine Space Grant Consortium.
2010 Fall Meeting of the National Council of Space Grant Directors
Jul 2, 2010 — Read more in: Events
The Maine Space Grant Consortium is pleased to host the 2010 Fall meeting of the National Council of Space Grant Directors in beautiful downtown Portland Maine on October 14-16.
This meeting will be attended by about 200 representatives from all 52 space grant consortia including the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico, NASA personnel, students and guests.
Presentations will include student and faculty projects in aersopace research and education as well as current events and topics at...
2009 Regional Space Grant Meeting
Jan 10, 2010 — Read more in: MSGC news
The Maine Space Grant Consortium is pleased to host the 2009 Regional Space Grant Meeting on September 10-11.
The meeting will be held at the Eastland Park Hotel in Portland.
The Northeast Regional states include Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New York, Connecticut and Vermont.
Registration fee for the conference is $112 per person. A registration form will be sent to participants. Lodging and transportation is not provided. Please contact the hotel directly for lodging...
2008 Annual Meeting at the University of Maine Campus, Orono
Apr 11, 2008 — Read more in: MSGC news
The Maine Space Grant Consortium's 2008 annual meeting is being held at the University of Maine Orono campus on April 17 from 8:00 am to 3:30 pm.
Come join us to see the on-going NASA research and education that is being conducted in Maine! Students, faculty, researchers and educational professionals will be presenting on NASA and NASA-related projects both in oral and poster sessions.
The meeting is open to affiliate and general members of the Consortium's, its awardees, partners and...
Maine NASA EPSCoR Research Infrastructure Development solicitation released
Jun 3, 2007 — Read more in: MSGC news
The Maine Space Grant Consortium was awarded a NASA EPSCoR (Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research) grant under the Research Infrastructure Development (RID) program.