NHSGC affiliates

Offering a diverse array of resources
applied to generating student interest in the sciences.

Their Methods of inspiration include educational challenges, interactive hands-on exhibits, training, research opportunities, and educational scholarships.

Common theme: inspiring future scientists.

Meet the people of NH Space Grant

BAE Systems, Inc.

Engaged in the development, delivery and support of advanced defense and aerospace systems in air, on land, at sea and in space, BAE Systems offers student sponsorships, awards, and recognition programs.

Community College System of New Hampshire

Committed to training future scientists and technical staff, Community College System of New Hampshire (CCSNH) has locations in:

Dartmouth College

At Dartmouth, a diverse group of future scientists are taught by faculty who also maintain active research programs while teaching undergraduate and graduate classes. The research programs support graduate students and offer undergraduate research experiences.

FIRST

FIRST (For Inspiration & Recognition of Science & Technology) provides innovative, interactive methods for teaching science curricula.

McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center

With an amazing collection of innovative and interactive exhibits, the McAuliffe Shepard Discovery Center offers entertaining learning for all ages.

Mount Washington Observatory

With bitter cold, freezing fog, heavy snow and legendary wind, Mount Washington is the "Home of the World's Worst Weather." Since 1932, the hardy staff of the Mount Washington Observatory has studied and documented the incredible conditions atop Mount Washington, utilizing this site for scientific research and education.

Plymouth State University

Affiliated with the University System of New Hampshire, Plymouth State University offers students an outstanding meteorology program.

University of New Hampshire

New Hampshire's Land, Sea, and Space grant university, the University of New Hampshire offers teaching and research opportunities to inspire our future scientists.