NASA Invests in Graduate Research on Aviation, Space

Jeff Brody

NASA has issued a total of $2.3 million in grants to support graduate student research projects across 13 minority institutions and four majority institutions. These projects support national aviation and space efforts such as the Artemis program that aims to revive manned lunar exploration, NASA said Thursday.

The space agency's Minority University Research and Education Project and Aeronautics Research Mission Directorate provided the funds.

The 17 recipient institutions are:

  • Florida International University

  • Georgia Institute of Technology

  • Montclair State University

  • New Mexico State University

  • Ohio State University

  • Pennsylvania State University (two awards)

  • San Diego State University Foundation

  • University of California, Irvine

  • University of California, Riverside

  • University of Florida

  • University of Hawaii Systems

  • University of Houston System

  • University of Maryland

  • University of Minnesota (two awards)

  • University of New Mexico

  • University of Texas, Arlington

  • University of Washington, Seattle

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