Pennsylvania Space Grant Consortium Fellowships
Seven new fellowships will be awarded to students pursuing graduate studies at Penn State in the following colleges: Agricultural Sciences, Engineering, and the Eberly College of Science. In addition, seventeen students in the following colleges will receive second year awards: Earth & Mineral Science, Engineering, the Eberly College of Science, Health & Human Development, the Intercollege Research Programs.
Fellowships will be awarded to outstanding students in fields of study that promote the understanding, assessment, and utilization of Space and align with the NASA Mission Directorates: Aeronautics Research, Exploration Systems, Science, and Space Operations. To learn more about NASA research priorities, please see the following research program homepages: Earth Science, Space Science, Biological and Physical Research, Aerospace Technology, and Space Flight. Fields of study in most departments are eligible.
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