INSGC offers multiple different types of funding. You can see all of the different types of funding opportunities we offer by looking below. Check out the information for Internships, Fellowships, Research Projects, PostDocs, and Faculty Funding. There are K-12 opportunities also so do not be afraid to take a look. Internships are offered all across the country for NASA. If you do not find what you are looking for here, I recommend using our career page for additional resources.
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Announcement: The Indiana Space Grant Consortium (INSGC) will award selected undergraduate and graduate students scholarships and fellowships for the 2020-2021 academic year.
The Indiana Space Grant Consortium offers a series of different Internship opportunities for multiple different candidates. Internships are for anyone in the STEM education fields. That includes Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics. The #1 current internship that INSGC is offering is the Moon to Mars eXploration Systems and Habitation (M2M X-Hab) 2021 Academic Innovation Challenge. This internship deadline has now been adjusted to May 1st to allow more teams to get their applications ready. To learn about the different internship positions we are currently offering, check out the link below.
If you are a students in good standing at INSGC affiliate institutions, a U.S. citizen, and involved in STEM-related research or a STEM education project then you are eligible for Graduate Fellowships. The Graduate Fellowships come with different amounts of financial support depending on which category for fall between. The Masters Fellowships vary from $8,000-$9,000. While the Doctoral Fellowships range anywhere from $6,000-$20,000. To learn more information, view the guidelines, or even apply today, check out the link below!
Outreach and Research Projects
INSGC has a lot of different possible research projects and opportunities to submit proposals. The proposals for the 2020 year have now expired but opportunities could arise. Check out the research page often to find new opportunities, information, and guidelines.