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Chance For European Student To Join The NASA 2007 Summer Academy

NASA Academy students.
by Staff Writers
Paris, France (ESA) Jan 30, 2007
At the initiative of the International Space Education Board, ESA has decided to sponsor one European student to participate in the NASA Academy 2007 summer session. Recognizing the importance of education for the benefit of the space sector, NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration), CSA (Canadian Space Agency) , CNES (Centre National d'Etudes Spatiales) , JAXA (Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency) and ESA have established the the International Space Education Board (ISEB).

The Board's objective is to enhance cooperation in the field of education between its members.

What is the NASA Academy?

The NASA Academy is a ten-week intensive summer research programme conducted in four of the NASA centres: Ames Research Center, Glenn Research Center, Goddard Space Flight Center and Marshall Space Flight Center. Designed for undergraduate and graduate students interested in aerospace engineering and space sciences, it allows them to participate in NASA cutting-edge research projects.

The programme is built around the following activities:

- Group projects: these allow the students to gain experience in terms of teamwork and leadership

- Guided Laboratory research: under the supervision of a principle investigator, each student will be assigned to one of the research projects conducted in one NASA centre

- Seminars and colloquia: students have the opportunity to meet top experts in their field of interest

- Site visits: participants have a chance to visit NASA and American Universities impressive facilities

- Presentation: each student will present the result of her/his work, with the opportunity to receive useful feedback and advice Meetings with professionals: the academy represents a great opportunity to make contacts with experts and like-minded students

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Chance For European Student To Join The NASA 2007 Summer Academy
Paris, France (ESA) Jan 23, 2007
At the initiative of the International Space Education Board, ESA has decided to sponsor one European student to participate in the NASA Academy 2007 summer session.







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