North Dakota Space Grant Consortium
The NDSGC is excited to connect students and faculty with NASA and STEM research and education opportunities. To learn more about our programs, such as NASA internships, research fellowships, or scholarships, please click on the appropriate tab or contact the NDSGC team for more information. Annual application deadlines are posted below. Details on each of these funding opportunities may be found in our most recent Zoom webinars: Fall/Spring Info Session or Summer Info Session. Please explore the NDSGC Handbook for all Applicants and Awardees if you are interested in seeking NDSGC funding or have already received an NDSGC award.
All summer application deadlines have been extended from April 15th to May 1st
|Bridge Fellowship Program||1st of each month|
|Internal Deadline for Summer NASA Internships||February 1st|
|NDVS/SB Scholarship||February 15th|
|NDSU Lillian Goettler Scholarship||February 15th|
|UND Pearl I. Young Scholarship||February 15th|
|Summer Student Research Fellowships||April 15th|
|Summer Faculty Fellowships||April 15th|
|Summer Affiliate Mini-Grants||April 15th|
|Summer Educator Mini-Grants||April 15th|
|Summer College Student Research Mini-Grants||April 15th|
|STEM Ambassador Program (Fall Semester Start)||July 1st|
|Fall Student Research Fellowships||August 15th|
|Fall Affiliate Mini-Grants||August 15th|
|Fall College Student Research Mini-Grants||August 15th|
|Fall Educator Mini-Grants||September 1st
|Student Competition Teams||November 15th|
|Spring Affiliate Mini-Grants||December 1st|
|Spring Educator Mini-Grants||December 1st|
|Spring Student Research Fellowships||December 1st|
|Spring College Student Research Mini-Grants||December 1st|
The NDSGC is committed to Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Accessibility (DEIA) to foster an open and welcoming environment for all. The NDSGC celebrates different perspectives, backgrounds, identities, and experiences, and recognizes that these differences strengthen and enrich our program. The NDSGC provides the opportunity for all to participate equitably in NDSGC programming. The NDSGC is committed to the elimination of barriers that have historically prevented full participation of underserved and underrepresented communities in STEM and NASA initiatives. The NDSGC is committed to an accessible, inclusive, and engaging environment where all feel welcomed, valued, and supported.
The NDSGC encourages all applicants and awardees to review the White House's Executive Order on Advancing Racial Equity and Support for Underserved Communities Through the Federal Government.
The NDSGC is housed at the University of North Dakota, the lead Space Grant institution. As stated by UND's University Land Acknowledgement, the NDSGC also seeks to show respect, recognition, and gratitude to Indigenous Peoples who call the land home. As of 2022, the UND Land Acknowledgement statement asserts:
Today, the University of North Dakota rests on the ancestral lands of the Pembina and Red Lake Bands of Ojibwe and the Dakota Oyate - presently existing as composite parts of the Red Lake, Turtle Mountain, White Earth Bands, and the Dakota Tribes of Minnesota and North Dakota.
We acknowledge the people who resided here for generations and recognize that the spirit of the Ojibwe and Oyate people permeates this land. As a university community, we will continue to build upon our relations with the First Nations of the State of North Dakota - the Mandan, Hidatsa, and Arikara Nation, Sisseton-Wahpeton Oyate Nation, Spirit Lake Nation, Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, and Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa Indians.