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  • Tess Caswell stepping off an airplane

    Targeting NASA

    11.02.10 - Tess Caswell's student experiences with NASA recently landed her in an operator's seat at Mission Control.

  • Kody Ensley shakes hands with Robonaut 2

    College Student Gives Robonaut 2 Two Thumbs Up  →

    10.26.10 - Computer engineering major Kody Ensley spent the summer working with the space station's newest robotic resident.

  • Christina Coleman

    Read All About It

    10.19.10 - A NASA public affairs Stay-in-School student is on a mission to share NASA's research and discoveries with the world.

  • An artist's drawing of an astronaut and the words What Matters Next

    Discuss 'What Matters Next' At TedxNASA

    10.13.10 - Registration for this free event on Nov. 4, 2010, in Hampton, Va., is open through Oct. 24. The event will be streamed online for those who cannot attend in person.

  • Colin Tilleman with a computer and a monitor showing a space shuttle launch

    Explorer, Primed

    10.05.10 - A NASA senior design project led Colin Tilleman into a career in aerospace.

  • Smith and a co-worker pedal a moonbuggy

    Go Backstage With NASA Education

    09.28.10 - NASA education writer Heather R. Smith takes readers behind the scenes with a new blog.

  • David Hayden using Note-Taker

    Disability Inspired His Vision

    08.18.10 - JPL summer intern David Hayden won a major prize for a device that helps low-vision students keep up with peers in classroom note-taking. Hayden is legally blind.

  • A group of students look up toward the sky

    University Experimenters Sought for Suborbital Rocket Programs

    09.10.10 - NASA is seeking university instructors and students to participate in three programs for the novice to the more experienced space researcher.

  • Artist's drawing of the Mars Science Laboratory rover studying a rock on Mars

    The Search for Habitable Environments  →

    09.08.10 - Join Dr. John Grotzinger on Sept. 16-17, 2010, in Pasadena, Calif., for two free lectures about the Mars Science Lab rover and what it will search for on Mars. Or watch the live webcast online.

  • Marie Kingbird-Lowry standing in a laboratory

    The Power of NASA

    08.31.10 - Marie Kingbird-Lowry's research experience with NASA supported a new high-voltage power line and sparked a desire to help her Native American community get involved with NASA projects.

  • Summer interns at NASA Ames

    NASA Bids Fond Farewell to Summer's Students

    08.24.10 - NASA's Ames Research Center in California acknowledged hundreds of summer interns and their mentors at a farewell commencement.

  • Diana Santiago in a laboratory

    LERCIP Participants Share Their Stories

    08.17.10 - Learn how these Lewis' Educational & Research Collaborative Internship Project participants got involved and what advice they have for students interested in working for NASA.

  • NASA Administrator Charles Bolden speaking at a podium

    NASA Education Stakeholders' Summit

    The Education Stakeholders' Summit, held Sept. 13-17, 2010, brought together high-level representatives of NASA, academia and industry.

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  • Emily Calandrelli smiles as she floats aboard an airplane

    Space Science Explorers

    08.04.10 - This series highlights NASA Space Science Explorers, young and old, with a variety of backgrounds and interests.

  • A sounding rocket launches

    Student Scientists Rock On!

    07.27.10 - NASA's RockOn workshop lets students fly their experiments on a sounding rocket.

  • PSTI participants

    NASA Exploration Sparks Imaginative Classroom Lesson

    07.27.10 - Engaging children in a high-adventure NASA mission is a lesson that 23 pre-service teachers were taught to implement at a recent pre-service teacher institute summer workshop.

  • JPL intern Heriberto Reynoso and NASA/JPL robotics software engineer Matt DiCicco

    Computer Science Connects Real and Virtual Space

    07.14.10 - Heriberto Reynoso's summer internship is taking him one step closer to the moon. He is building software that will help engineers on a proposed mission called MoonRise.

  • Saturn's moon Tethys slips behind Saturn's largest moon Titan

    Moons: The Weirdest Planets in Our Solar System  →

    07.07.10 - Join Dr. Bonnie Buratti on July 22-23, 2010, in Pasadena, Calif., for two free lectures about the fascinating worlds that orbit the planets in the solar system. Or watch the live webcast online.

  • NASA Chief Technologist to Host Forum

    06.29.10 - NASA's Office of the Chief Technologist will host an Industry Forum at the University of Maryland on July 13-14, 2010, to discuss the agency's proposed new space technology investments.

  • University students tune up their lunabots

    First Lunabotics Competition Winners

    06.02.10 - Montana State University was the first place and overall winning team in NASA's first Lunabotics Mining Competition.