Saturday, March 26, 2022
9 a.m. – 4:45 p.m.
(in person in Akerman Hall (map) or on-line on Zoom (links in abstract booklet))
The nearest parking (though not the least expensive) is in the Washington Avenue Parking Ramp.
NASA’s Minnesota Space Grant Consortium (MnSGC) presented a free, day-long student symposium for students to share about MnSGC projects from the past year. The symposium could be attended either on-line or else in-person in Akerman Hall on the University of Minnesota’s Minneapolis campus.
- Six sessions of contributed talks by students engaged in NASA-related projects in the past year.
- Two sessions of in-person exhibits by student teams who have built NASA/aerospace-related hardware.
- A 12 noon keynote about a cool NASA UAV research project.
- 2:45 p.m. session about NASA Center internships.
- 3:50 p.m. career panel, including a current Boeing engineer.
Here is a direct link to a the abstract booklet (with agenda and presentation recording links):
Notes to in-person attendees:
- The U of MN – Twin Cities has relaxed mask requirements (slightly), but masks are still required for all indoor instructional events (and all parts of this symposium qualify, including the exhibits). So bring a mask.
- There won’t be a “lunch break” but instead a “lunchtime keynote presentation.” If you want to attend that, consider bringing a bag lunch.
Minnesota Space Grant website:
Last spring’s MnSGC Student Symposium
(including links to presentation recordings):
March 2021 Student Symposium