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NASA Science and Technology Institute for Minority Institutions
March 17, 2010

[Students Higher Education]
[Available: Nationally]

The NASA Science and Technology Institute for Minority Institutions, or NSTI-MI, was established in June 2006. The institute gives students and researchers the opportunity to collaborate with government, the private sector, other majority institutions, and research and technical organizations through the establishment of research and development collaborations and partnerships. NSTI-MI combines the talent and expertise of all minority institutions through research-based fellowships, internships, co-ops and grants.

The internship component of the Institute is open to both undergraduate and graduate students in the science, technology, engineering and mathematics, or STEM, disciplines.

NSTI-MI fellowships, internships, co-ops and think tanks increase the participation of faculty and students in NASA-related research; stimulate cross-disciplinary research; improve the transfer of information, ideas and technology; foster research and development management strategies and expertise; and establish educational frameworks and networks that will continue to expand NASA's and the nation's science and technology talent base.

NASA Contact
Ms. Brenda Collins
University Affairs Officer
Ames Research Center
Mail Stop 226-8
Moffett Field, CA 94035-1000
Phone: (650) 604-3540
E-mail: brenda.j.collins@nasa.gov

Secondary Contact
United Negro College Fund Special Programs: West Programs
NASA Science and Technology Institute-MI
NASA Ames Research Park
Bldg. 19, Room 2014
Moffett Field, CA 94035
Phone: (650) 961-1101
E-mail: jarone.johnson@uncfsp.org

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