Valencia, Selena

Selena Valencia is a University of Arizona Sophomore majoring in Art History. She works with Shane Byrne from Lunar and Planetary Laboratory conducting research on “Digitizing the Lunar Surveyor Dataset.”

Parber, Andrea

Andrea Parber is a University of Arizona Sophomore majoring in Engineering. She works with Anna Spitz from Lunar and Planetary Laboratory conducting research on “OSIRIS-REx Communication and Public Engagement Ambassadors Coordinator.”

DePaul, Greg

Greg DePaul is a University of Arizona Junior majoring in Electrical and Computer Engineering. He works with Shane Byrne from Lunar and Planetary Laboratory conducting research on “Digitizing the Lunar Surveyor Dataset.”

Chavez-Diaz, Baltazar

Baltazar Chavez-Diaz is a University of Arizona Senior majoring in Mathematics and Molecular and Cellular Biology. He works with Richard Michod from Ecology and Evolutionary Biology conducting research on “Understanding the Evolution of Multicellularity and Somatic Differentiation.”

Buxton, Mark

Mark Buxton is a University of Arizona Junior majoring in Computer Science. He works with Shane Byrne from Lunar and Planetary Laboratory conducting research on “Digitizing the Lunar Surveyor Dataset.”

National Science Foundation's Community College Innovation Challenge

The National Science Foundation's Community College Innovation Challenge is underway and seeking teams to propose innovative science, technology, engineering and mathematics, or STEM, -based solutions for real-world problems. Teams must comprise community college students, a faculty mentor and a community or industry partner.

Future Engineers 3-D Printing in Space: Design a Space Tool Challenge

NASA, in conjunction with the American Society of Mechanical Engineers Foundation, has issued a series of Future Engineers 3-D Space Challenges for students focused on solving real-world space exploration problems. Students will become the creators and innovators of tomorrow by using 3-D modeling software to submit their designs.

NASA's Balance Mass Challenge: Using "Dead Weight" on Mars Spacecraft to Advance Science and Technology

The Mars Balance Mass Challenge seeks design ideas for science and technology payloads that could potentially provide dual purpose as ejectable balance masses on spacecraft entering the Martian atmosphere.

The payloads may serve two roles: perform scientific and/or technology functions that help us learn more about the Red Planet, and provide the necessary mass to balance planetary landers.

Submissions are due Nov. 21, 2014. A winner will be announced in mid-January 2015 and receive an award of $20,000.

2015 NASA Space Technology Research Fellowships

NASA is seeking applications from U.S. graduate students for the agency's Space Technology Research Fellowships. The research grants, worth as much as $74,000 per year, will coincide with the start of the 2015 fall academic term.

2015 GLOBE Calendar Art Competition

The Global Learning and Observation to Benefit the Environment, or GLOBE, Program is sponsoring an international art competition to encourage students to highlight and document GLOBE communities around the world. GLOBE is asking students to draw, paint or show via some other artistic medium the relationship between Earth-observing satellites and GLOBE communities around the world.

Winning entries will be featured in the 2015 GLOBE calendar, which is viewed by students, teachers, scientists and community members from around the world. All participants will receive a calendar.

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