Project Highlight

HELIOS V Team Project 

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HELIOS V is a High Altitude Student Platform payload that flew this September. Its mission was to track and capture images of the Sun from the stratosphere to test an alternate way to complete solar observation. 

Student Highlight

Thomas Martinez

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Thomas Martinez is a student at Pueblo Community College working on a mechatronic engineering degree. Thomas is currently the team leader for two balloon payloads and is also involved with the autonomous robotics projects at PCC.  Thomas is currently unsure about his plans after he finishes his degree, but does plan to work on Space Grant projects as long as possible.

Applications are due by March 1, 2018 for the 2018-2019 academic year (including unofficial transcript and mentor support statement).

The Colorado Space Grant Transfer Scholarship is a 1-time $2,000 scholarship for use at your new 4-yr institution.

The first step is to apply here: https://goo.gl/forms/hDLtnd27JfrBAhC53

The application process for the scholarship program also requires submission of an unofficial transcript and statement of support (emailed from a Space Grant advisor at a COSGC community college). These documents and any questions should be submitted to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..  Mentors should email their support statement directly to this address.

Note: This application is for the Space Grant scholarship.  You must complete the application process AND be accepted at (or in the process of applying to) a 4-year institution in order to be eligible. 

Eligibility Requirements:

  • Accepted at (or in the process of applying to) a 4-year Colorado institution of higher education for academic year 2018-2019;
  • Currently (or previously) working on a Space Grant project at a 2-year COSGC institution of higher education;
  • Must be a U.S. Citizen

Thank you for your time! Please continue to browse our site to learn more about Colorado Space Grant Consortium.

 

Welcome to the Colorado Space Grant Consortium

Here you will find all you would like to know about our organization and our student programs. If you do not find what you are looking for, please contact me directly.

The COSGC is funded by NASA and is a state-wide organization involving 21 colleges, universities and institutions around Colorado. Our organization provides Colorado students access to space through innovative courses, real-world hands-on telescope and satellite programs, and interactive outreach programs.

Our students interact with engineers and scientists from NASA and aerospace companies to develop, test, and fly new space technologies and to support our outreach and teaching programs.

We welcome all students and are always looking for way to enhance their experience through new interactions and collaborations with NASA, government agencies, and companies.

I hope you enjoy your visit to our site and I look forward to your involvement in our program.

Chris Koehler
Director
Colorado Space Grant Consortium
University of Colorado at Boulder
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