NASA opportunities for undergraduate students

Check out the latest announcements from NASA.

Audience: High School and Undergraduate Students, U.S. and International
Registration Deadline: April 4
High school and undergraduate students are invited to get involved in lunar exploration as a part of NASA’s Artemis Student Challenges! GLEE is hosting a remote, self-paced workshop for students to work hands-on with their very own LunaSat, a sticky note-sized spacecraft with solar panels and science sensors. In this free, self-guided workshop, participants will be walked through 10 interactive modules, from “Understanding Your LunaSat” to “Final System Testing.”
Audience: Professional and Aspiring Filmmakers, Editors, and Animators
Entry Deadline: July 15
NASA and the Houston Cinema Arts Society invite professional and aspiring filmmakers to share their works using NASA imagery. The CineSpace competition will accept all genres, including narrative, documentary, comedy, drama, animation, and more. Entries must be no longer than 10 minutes, and at least 10 percent of the film must use NASA archival footage to create unique NASA-inspired film masterpieces.