10.12.11 - NASA is offering students the opportunity to compete in two microgravity challenges: "Dropping In a Microgravity Environment," or DIME, and "What If No Gravity?" or WING.
10.07.11 - NASA announced it will provide support to Space Adventures, Ltd. of Vienna, Va., to conduct a global competition for students to design experiments that will be performed in space and broadcast around the world.
10.03.11 - In early November, NASA will seek applicants for its next class of astronaut candidates who will support long-duration missions to the International Space Station and future deep space exploration activities.
10.03.11 - NASA has a class assignment for U.S. students: help the agency give the twin spacecraft headed to orbit around the moon new names.
09.23.11 - Students in Edinburgh, Texas, will make a special call to the International Space Station and Expedition 29 Commander Mike Fossum on Tuesday, September 27.
09.21.11 - A unique science project designed to sow the excitement of scientific discovery in students is sprouting this week aboard the International Space Station.
09.12.11 - NASA is offering undergraduate students the opportunity to test an experiment in microgravity as part of the agency’s Reduced Gravity Education Flight Program.
09.02.11 - Half a century after humankind entered outer space, an ESA-developed camera produced live-streaming 3D images.
09.01.11 - Students draw inspiration from the Space Shuttle Program to win big in the Because It Flew art contest.
08.30.11 - One may think that participation with the ISS would be restricted to an exclusive club. In actuality, others have been taking advantage for years.
08.25.11 - Seattle Students Chat With Space Station Astronauts On Monday
08.15.11 - Students gathered at NASA's John C. Stennis Space Center in Mississippi will place a long distance call to astronauts aboard the International Space Station at 1:35 p.m. EDT on Thursday, Aug. 18.
08.12.11 - The final space shuttle landing July 21 opened new prospects for eligible education institutions, museums and other organizations to receive a piece of spaceflight history.
08.04.11 - Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts and other students in St. Paul, Minn., will make a special call to the International Space Station on Tuesday, Aug. 9 at 12:55 p.m. EDT.
07.15.11 - NASA is updating the time for an event on Sunday, July 17, when space shuttle astronauts aboard the International Space Station will answer videotaped questions from middle school students.
05.10.11 - Four high school experiments will launch Thursday, May 19, aboard a NASA helium weather balloon that will travel to the stratosphere, a near-space environment 19 to 20 miles above sea level.
04.26.11 - Students and educators nationwide will have the opportunity to interact with NASA engineers and scientists through two newly developed NASA flight initiatives.
04.12.11 - After 30 years of spaceflight, more than 130 missions, and numerous science and technology firsts, NASA's space shuttle fleet will retire and be on display at institutions across the country to inspire the next generation of explorers and engineers.
03.30.11 - NASA is offering opportunities for schools and educational groups to speak with astronauts aboard the International Space Station to learn about the challenges and rewards of their work.
03.17.11 - NASA "drops" student microgravity experiments as a part of NASA's national science competition, "Dropping In a Microgravity Environment," or DIME.