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Research & Academic Opportunities

The following information outlines research and academic opportunites for students. The basic title is listed, along with any special requirements, and links or contact information.

 

Graduate Students

  • Masters Student Graduate Teaching Fellows Program - The MS Graduate Teaching Fellows (MSGTF) program is designed to help increase the quality of classroom and lab instruction. Awards are for a semester period at $1,200/month for 20 hours per week. MS graduate students can download the following document to get additional information, click here. Applications are due by noon on September 16, 2016.
     
  • NASA Funded Controls Research - US Citizens/Permanent Residents only, undergraduate or graduate, contact Dr. Chakravarthy
     
  • NASA/WSU Experimental Aerodynamics Fellowship (EAF) Program - Available summer 2017. US Citizens only, link here
     
  • Development of Astronautics Related Mathematical Techniques and/or Computational Tools - AE majors only. Work includes analyzing orbit-raising mission scenarios for all-electric spacecraft and determining optimal strategies for coordinated task execution by multi-vehicular systems (send a 1-page resume and 1/2-page letter of introduction to Dr. Dutta)

 

Undergraduate Students

  • Bachelors Student Teaching Fellows Program - The BS Teaching Fellows (BSTF) program helps increase the quality of classroom and lab instruction. Holders of BSTF assistant positions support faculty, staff, and students as teaching assistants for courses or labs. BS (undergraduate) students can download the following document to get additional information, click here. Applications are due by noon on September 16, 2016.
     
  • NASA Funded Controls Research - US Citizens/Permanent Residents only, undergraduate or graduate, contact Dr. Chakravarthy
     
  • NASA/WSU Experimental Aerodynamics Fellowship (EAF) Program - Available summer 2017. US Citizens only, link here
     
  • NASA/WSU Jump Start Program (JSP) - US Citizens only, link here
     
  • Development of Astronautics Related Mathematical Techniques and/or Computational Tools - AE majors only. Work includes analyzing orbit-raising mission scenarios for all-electric spacecraft and determining optimal strategies for coordinated task execution by multi-vehicular systems (send a 1-page resume and 1/2-page letter of introduction to Dr. Dutta)

 

Please be aware that the opportunities on this page are dynamic, they will change regularly.