AERO Institute® is a strategic partnership of Federal, State and Regional governments, commercial companies, academic institutions, and non-profits addressing our nation's need for technically skilled workforce and STEM education at all levels. You will find many links here that outline the opportunities we currently offer.
Education Supported Projects and/or Event(s):
When: October 16, 2015, 10:00 am - 1:30 pm
Where: The AERO Institute®, 38256 Sierra Highway, Palmdale, CA 93550
The AIAA, AERO Institute®, and NASA invite you to an exciting live event! If you are a college student and/or young professional, then join us and learn about Mars and the airplane that may one day glide through the Martian atmosphere. Also hear from NASA student interns who worked on this exciting project!
>> Click here for more information and registration (space is limited to the first 100 people)
LIFTS: Library Initiative For Teachers and Students -
Designed to provide a centralized location for community outreach in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) literature at cities’ local libraries.
- Provide teachers with curriculum resources for NASA STEM materials to use in the classroom.
- Provide students with NASA STEM education materials in order to enhance their understanding of these fields.
- Allow community members access to AERO Institute® resources through the local library.
Programs for Educators and Students:
What: Earth Right Now: Atmosphere
When: Wednesday, October 21, 2015, 4:30 pm - 6:00 pm
Where: NASA Armstrong Educator Resource Center at the AERO Institute
Join NASA’s Armstrong Flight Research Center Office of Education for an educator professional development workshop on Earth’s atmosphere. Participants will learn about the Global Learning and Observations to Benefit the Environment (GLOBE) program... >> Click here for more information
College Student Teams Design Mars Rovers
NASA Armstrong's education office hosted 41 students from California, Washington and Oregon in a team competition to design a rover for a mission to Mars.