ASU Space Grant Success Stories

© Source: ASU Student scientists of ASU created a special satellite that can eventually help track things like a city’s thermal temperature and climate change.

Congratulations to ASU Intern Sarah Rogers and the Phoenix CubeSat Team, who will be launching their "Phoenix" satellite into space this Fall!

Monday, September 9, 2019

Standing only a foot tall, the cubed shaped, shiny satellite could be the future to understanding temperature and climate on earth.

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Portrait of Lily Whitler

Congratulations to ASU/AZ Space Grant Intern, Lily Whitler, recipient of a Goldwater Scholarship for Excellence!

Tuesday, May 14, 2019

Whitler is a junior majoring in physics and math, working in ASU's Low Frequency Cosmology Lab.

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Portrait of Gabriela Huckabee

ASU Space Grant Intern, Gabriela Huckabee, discusses her research and upcoming graduation!

Monday, May 6, 2019

Huckabee will graduate from Arizona State University on May 7 with a Bachelor of Science degree in astrophysics with honors from Barrett, The Honors College, and the Dean’s Medal from the School of Earth and Space Exploration. She completed her degree in three years.

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Portrait of Alexa Drew

ASU Graduate, Alexa Drew, to Assist ASU Space Grant before Graduate School

Thursday, April 25, 2019

2017-19 ASU NASA Space Grant intern, Alexa Drew, will graduate this May from the School of Earth and Space Exploration. Drew will be assisting the ASU Space Grant Program before starting graduate school in the future.

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Portrait of Angelica Berner

ASU Space Grant Alumna Named Brooke Owens Fellow

Thursday, April 4, 2019

Angelica Berner, two-year ASU Space Grant scholar, is one of 2019's new class of Brooke Owens Fellows. The "Brookies" are exceptional undergraduate women in aerospace and are selected for the award based on their talent, experience, leadership, professionalism and commitment to serving their communities.

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Ava Karanjia poses with her first-place award for the undergraduate collegiate technical poster competition at the Society of Women Engineers Conference.

Check out current research by ASU Space Grant Intern, Ava Karanjia, on cystic fibrosis!

Tuesday, March 19, 2019

Karanjia’s experience with illness inspired her to pursue a career where she could help communities overcome health challenges by tackling them at the molecular level.

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ASU Space Grant Intern presents poster

ASU/NASA Space Grant Poster Session showcases the past year of research by ASU students

Friday, February 15, 2019

The State Press covers an AZSG Postser Session, discussing students' experiences in the AZSG Program, as well as their current research.

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Alexa Drew poses in front of rover model

2017-18 Space Grant Intern, Alexa Drew, featured in Undergraduate Student Spotlight at ASU School of Earth and Space Exploration!

Wednesday, January 16, 2019

Drew plans to attend graduate school and work on a Ph.D., with the ultimate goal of working for NASA on their outer solar system missions.

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Portrait of Joshua Sosa

Congratulations to Joshua Sosa, AZSGC Webmaster & Assistant, ASU Fall 2017 Graduating Senior!

Thursday, December 14, 2017

We are hugely proud of our very own Joshua Sosa, long-time AZ/NASA Space Grant Consortium Webmaster & Assistant, for winning ASU Fall 2017 Graduating Senior Accolades!

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I believe I can fly!

I believe I can fly!

Tuesday, December 23, 2014

FY 2014 ASU/NASA Space Grant Graduate Fellow Michael Thompson, a Hispanic PhD student in Mechanic

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Kapi’olani CC Wins the 2013 International CanSat Competition!

Monday, June 2, 2014

Congratulations to Kapi’olani Community College and the HISGC on winning the 2013 International C

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ASU Dust Devils Microgravity trip to JSC

ASU Dust Devils Team Flies Microgravity Experiment at NASA JSC

Friday, April 25, 2014

Congratulations to ASU's Dust Devils Microgravity team for their trip to JSC!

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See more success stories on ASU Space Grant's website.