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Offered by Utah NASA Space Grant Consortium
New and early career faculty (assistant professor level or equivalent) at Utah NASA Space Grant Consortium (UNSGC) affiliated institutions are invited to submit proposals to the Faculty Research Seed Funding Program. The intent of the program is to help develop core expertise and infrastructure to enable investigators to build a sustainable capability in the state which supports NASA’s Mission Directorates. UNSGC encourages researchers to focus their research toward NASA priorities while building ties with NASA Centers and aerospace contractors. Proposers shall describe how these activities will meet the STEM needs of the state and NASA. Please visit the scholarship’s website for more information.
The Utah NASA Space Grant Consortium was founded on September 1, 1989. Our objectives and activities include the National Space Grant program emphases of: diversity, competitiveness, NASA Mission Directorate alignment, interdisciplinary projects, industry relations, and state/local government involvement.
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