The Mission of the OSGC is to advance the Nation’s capability in STEM leading to the continued development of a diverse workforce through NASA-related collaborations within Ohio’s network of scientists, researchers, engineers, and educators at Ohio universities, the Ohio Aerospace Institute (OAI), NASA Centers, the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL), and industry that align with the National Space Grant Program goals and objectives. A key component of this activity is to attract and retain students in STEM disciplines with emphasis on increasing participation by women, underrepresented minorities, and persons with disabilities.
Annual Student Research Symposium
Save the date for 2015! Friday, April 10, 2015
CC-STARS! is a new program to encourage and increase the number of Community College and Technical School (CC-TS) students to engage in NASA-oriented Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) education and skills.
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The OSGC extends a warm welcome to Dean Andrew Carroll as the new Campus Representative at Terra State Community College.
We thank Dr. James Bighouse for his many years of service to the OSGC and wish him well in his retirement.
From left to right:
Kelly Cohen, University of Cincinnati;
Donald G. James, NASA Headquarters;
Lenell Allen, NASA Headquarters;
and Amy Jameson, Dater High School
National Aeronautics and Space Administration
OSGC is funded through a NASA training grant.
Ohio Aerospace Institute
National Space Grant College and Fellowship Program
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Phone: 440.962.3032 or 800.828.OSGC (6742)
22800 Cedar Point Road, Cleveland, Ohio 44142