The vision of the WVSGC is to involve the public in the excitement of scientific discovery, emphasizing the importance of STEM education, and bringing the Vision for Space Exploration to the grassroots level. This program provides funds to develop new and innovative outreach programs in West Virginia. Examples of such programs are: conferences that promote the understanding, education, development, and utilization of space; seminars or training sessions that encourage interdisciplinary training and research in STEM fields; or informal education activities for the general public (e.g., Science Day or NASA Day activities) or for students (e.g., scout groups or astronomy clubs).
Required Application Rules:
- Proposals must be submitted on-line. Please note that the applicant is responsible for completeness and accuracy of the material contained in the proposal. Any deviation from the stated rules and requirements will result in disqualification of the applicant.
- Each award category is judged separately based on published criteria. However, the NASA WVSGC/WV EPSCoR Board will review all submitted proposals and consider each proposal’s total scores, combined with other considerations, in reaching a final award decision.
- Each PI may submit no more than one proposal per category.
- Proposers must be very clear about the goals and objectives (what they propose to do) and the methodology to achieve those goals and objectives (how they plan to execute the project).
- Students supported by NASA WV Space Grant must be U.S. Citizens.
- Indirect charges are prohibited and the waiver of such charges may not be included as a component of the required cost share
- The use of NASA funds for foreign travel and purchase of equipment is prohibited.
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