Senator Kelly Ayotte
Senator Jeanne Shaheen
With a strong university-based research heritage in the space sciences, earth sciences, and related engineering activities, including the development of advanced space flight instrumentation for more than 60 years, New Hampshire has developed a vested economical interest in these endeavors. Since the time our NASA EPSCoR eligibility began in 2004, our state’s research universities (the University of New Hampshire, Dartmouth College, and increasingly Plymouth State University) have directly benefited from NASA EPSCoR awards. NASA EPSCoR has supported the creation of mutually advantageous university research partnerships and interactions with at least seven NASA Centers and Facilities, government laboratories such as the U.S. Dr. Antoinette B. Galvin, The Old Man of the Mountain NH EPSCoR Director, Army’s Cold Regions Research and University of New Hampshire, Engineering Laboratory (CRREL), Durham various state and local government agencies, and local industries. NASA EPSCoR awards also directly fund STEM-discipline college students in New Hampshire, providing undergraduate hands-on experiential internships and graduate-level research fellowships, thereby contributing to our state’s future STEM workforce. As a cost share program, NASA EPSCoR represents a true federal and state-level partnership with many success stories.
New Hampshire TOC Representative Frank Guinta (1st District)
Representative Ann McLane Kuster (2nd District)
Responsive Autonomous Rovers to Enable Polar Science
Site Assessments in Cold and Alpine Environments for Wind Power Generation
Passive Microwave Detection of Snowmelt and Runoff
Research Infrastructure Development
Integrated Modeling of Microgravity-Induced Visual Changes
NASA EPSCoR Stimuli 2014 -15
Published on Dec 14, 2015
NASA Office of Education’s Aerospace Research & Career Development (ARCD) is pleased to release NASA EPSCoR Stimuli, a collection of univers...