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Congratulations to the MSGC award winners

Congratulations to the 2015-2016 Michigan Space Grant Consortium Award (MSGC) student winners from Aerospace Engineering and the Outreach Program award winner Professor Mark Moldwin of AOSS.| Short Read

MSGC Undergraduate and Graduate Fellowship Programs (along with the Undergraduate-Underrepresented Minority Fellowship Program): The Consortium offers a total of $100,000 of support in the form of graduate and undergraduate research and public service fellowships to students in aerospace, space science, Earth system science and other related science, engineering or mathematics fields.

Congratulations to our 2015-2016 Michigan Space Grant Consortium Award Winners.

MSGC Graduate Fellowship Program:

  • Neil Arthur
  • Adam Peczalski
  • Lois Keller Sarno-Smith

MSGC Outreach Program 

  • Professor Mark Moldwin, UM AOSS: University of Michigan – Ypsilanti Community High School Partnership.
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