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  • The Utah NASA Space Grant Consortium has formulated its vision, mission, goals, and objectives to be consistent with those of NASA and its Office Education. Member schools offer scholarships and fellowships for STEM degree students who align with the goals of the consortium. The Goals of the Consortium are: to demonstrably contribute to the development of the STEM Workforce with programs, projects and activities that are in direct alignment with NASA's stated education strategic goals, missions and with her defined outcomes, objectives and PART measures; to attract and retain students and teachers in the STEM disciplines who have a solid understanding of the subject material; conduct an informal education program to form strategic partnerships and linkages between STEM formal and informal providers leading to an expansion of the nation's future STEM workforce through awareness of the mission of NASA and the promotion of STEM literacy. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
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