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STEM Ed Announcement: Student Experiments on International Space Station

This is not a UMass Amherst program.
 Contact information is below.
 SUBJECT: (G5-12) STEM Opportunity - Student Experiments on Int'l Space
 Station, Final Call for Feb 2016
 November 20, 2015   
 U.S. National Model STEM Education Program Opportunity   
 Announcing the Student Spaceflight Experiments Program (SSEP) Twelfth
 Opportunity - SSEP Mission 10 to the International Space Station,
 Starting February 22, 2016     
 Summary: opportunity for a school district, even an individual large
 school, to engage typically 300 (grade 5-12) students in real
 microgravity experiment design (design of experiments for a
 'weightless' environment) with one
 experiment in each participating district selected to fly to the
 International Space Station (ISS). SSEP provides STEM Project-Based
 Learning through immersion in an authentic research experience.
 Inquiry Deadline: December 11, 2015
 Contact: Dr. Jeff Goldstein, 301-395-0770, jeffgoldstein@ncesse.org

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