Student Scholarship/Fellowship/Research - Project and Participant Information
Scholarships, Fellowships, Student Projects, Travel Grants, and NASA Internships
If you are not sure of which Mission Directorate aligns with your project, use the following link: https://ctspacegrant.org/nasa-mission-directorates
1.4: Please list the number of participants for each category, excluding the award recipient. A participant is a person who benefited from or took part in project activities at any level. A direct virtual participant is a person who benefited from or took part in the project act ivies in a virtual/remote way. Indirect participants are people who participate, but their name and/or demographics may not be collectable.
*Please see the Section 1.5
Student award recipients are expected to share their knowledge of and enthusiasm for STEM careers by performing outreach within the college or middle/high school community of their choice. Example: giving a presentation to a local middle school class about STEM studies or careers. Courses/college activities that are already required are not acceptable outreach. Please give a brief summary of 3 to 4 sentences of your outreach, including photographs, include below or attached.
Please provide detail on your project or research AND how this grant has impacted you. In addition, please include any available photographs detailing your project/research/internship/travel. The project summary and submitted photographs may be posted on our website and/or used in our newsletter. (maximum 500 words)
Detailed guidelines can be read through here: https://invention.nasa.gov/