ambitious program requires the creativity and dedication
of a large group of diverse professionals, and this one
is no exception. Whether your interest is scientific, hardware,
software, data analysis, or some unique combination, we
may have the perfect place for you to express your talent.
If you feel a strong interest in contributing to this innovative
project, you should contact us and discuss it! Feel free
to use the comment forms at this site to get in touch.
In addition to direct employment at one of the partner institutions
for the project, there are also a number of programs that
you may find useful.
At the undergraduate and student level, GSFC sponsors a
intern program that lets you 'strut your stuff' to see
if you want to make a longer term commitment. This is the
perfect way to get your feet wet in a flight project.
As a graduate student, you may be an ideal candidate for
the Graduate Student Research Program. This program provides
the opportunity for promising graduate students to become
intimately involved in a NASA research and development program.
As a post-doctoral researcher, the National Research Council/Research
Associateship program provides support for outstanding young
scientists working with a NASA project. In some cases, this
program may be useful to more senior researchers.
Please check out the NASA/GSFC University Programs homepage
for more information (http://university.gsfc.nasa.gov/university.html).
To discuss opportunities at GSFC, feel free to contact Bob
At the University of Chicago, please contact Steve Meyer
At the University of Wisconsin/Madison, please contact Peter