The Indiana Space Grant Consortium is accepting applications for those studying or teaching science, technology, engineering and math. Opportunities include scholarships, internships and funding for outreach projects.
Purdue Professor Barrett Caldwell is the director of the Consortium. He says the goal is to promote STEM disciplines and ultimately NASA, which funds the group’s efforts.
“Making sure that what we’re emphasizing works for the citizens of Indiana and the general public, the industry and the STEM capabilities of our companies in the state, and overall developing a qualified, literate workforce,” he says.
Applications for funding are due by February 24th. More information is HERE.