The Science Project and the University Affiliated Research Center’s Systems Teaching Institute will host a student research poster sessioin at NASA Ames on Wednesday, August 5th. The event offers students participating in the SP Summer Internship Program and undergraduate, masters, and doctorate students conducting internships in various NASA ARC research divisions an opportunity to present their research findings and discuss research projects they have conducted under the guidance of NASA Ames and UC investigators with colleagues, mentors, and event attendees.
Summer research internships at NASA Ames and internship programs managed by UC Santa Cruz provide hands-on laboratory experiences for students from UC Santa Cruz, UC San Diego, UC Berkeley, UC Davis, Foothill College, De Anza College, San Jose State University, and other local and national universities while also supporting the scientific and educational missions of the organizations.
The event will be held in Building 152 from 2:00-4:00pm and will begin with several brief presentations by NASA ARC and UC Santa Cruz investigators along with their partners in Silicon Valley who mentor student interns on their active research projects at NASA Ames. An event agenda follows below. Questions about the event can be directed to Peter Minogue.
2015 Summer Student Research Session
Date: Wednesday, August 5, 2015
Location: Building 152 (across from Chase Park), NASA Ames Research Park, Moffett Field, CA 94035
** Please read notice below regarding access to the the ARP**
- 1:30-2:00 Registration
- 2:00-2:30 Mentor Lightning Talk Presentations (PIs and Research Leads)
- 2:30- 4:00 Poster Presentations
Important notice regarding Ames/US Government policy on access to the Ames Research Park:
Entry to Ames Research Park requires valid, state-issued photo ID (e.g., driver’s license, passport, military ID, permanent resident card). Individuals with DL’s from Alaska, American Samoa, Arizona, Louisiana, Maine, Massachusetts, Minnesota, New York, Oklahoma, and Washington will need to provide a second form of photo ID (passport, permanent resident card, etc.) to enter the research park. Questions about the policy can be directed to Peter Minogue.