New NHSGC Fellow:
Nick is pursuing a Master's degree in Natural Resources at UNH. He is characterizing changes in landcover, land use, landscape pattern, and biomass due to industrial oil development in the Albertine Rift, a biodiversity hotspot in Uganda.
The two primary questions Nick plans to address are:
- How has the population grown and where are localized hotspots of population growth since oil development has begun?
- What are the landscape impacts from oil development?
This study is applicable to the NASA Land-Cover / Land-Use Change Program, which seeks to quantify, and understand how landcover and land use change by humans affects ecosystems.
New Hampshire Educational Resources
NASA Educator Resource for NH
The McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center serves as New Hampshire's NASA Educator Resource. For info. on hours and services, contact Cheryl Stinson...
Student & Classroom Opportunities
Visit our educational opportunities area for the latest from NH affiliates. NASA Educational opportunities and student competitions are also listed on their Facebook page...
NH High School Juniors and Seniors can take online courses for high school and college credit through the Community College System of NH's eStart program. And they offer scholarships.
New Hampshire Astronomical Society
New Hampshire's Solar System Ambassadors, the NH Astronomical Society, offers skywatches in partnership with several of our NHSGC affiliates. They also offer sidewalk astronomy in Portsmouth, NH, on select Saturday evenings.
UNH Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program
The UNH UROP program ensures that UNH undergraduate students are offered an opportunity to conduct research during their undergraduate years.
DARTSAT is a Dartmouth College student-initiated space satellite design program
Women in Science and Technology (WIST)
WIST provides links to career assessment tools and resources, posts NH events, internships, volunteer opportunities, summer programs, and so much more, as well as encouraging virtual networking.
NASA Educational Materials Contacts
Education Communications Support Services (ECSS)
For NASA education materials and communications-related news/information, contact the NASA ECSS office...
Guidance for Requesting NASA Materials
For Companies/Non-Profit Organizations, contact the NASA Education Office in your region. Points of contact...
For Educators, Schools, and Families, contact:
· NASA Educator Resource Center in your region
· Educator Resource Centers in your state
· NASA Central Operations of Resources for Educators
· NASA Online Education Materials
For NASA Employees and Contractors, contact...
Online NASA Resources
NASA Explorer School Project
NASA Launches the NASA Explorer Schools Project Audience: 5-12 Educators
NASA Educational Materials on Howtosmile.org
From Univ. of Calif., Berkeley’s Lawrence Hall of Science, Howtosmile.org has thousands of hands-on science and math activities making learning exciting and engaging.
Educational Materials at NASA.gov
Women at NASA Video -- Grades K-12
Earth Math -- Grades 6-12
Space Math V -- Grades 9-12
Do-It-Yourself Podcast Brochure -- Grades 5-12
Hurricane Katrina: Learning Module -- Grades 5-12
Resources for Students (K-12)
NASA's website for kids
Interactive Multimedia Adventures for
Education Grade-school using Remote Sensing
Careers at NASA student page
NASA Current Opportunities for K-4, Grade5-8, Grades 6-12
NASA Centers and Field Facilities
NASA's Ames Research Center
NASA's Dryden Flight Research Center
NASA's Glenn Research Center
NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center
NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory
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NASA's Langley Research Center
NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center
NASA's Stennis Space Center
NASA's Wallops Flight Facility
Visiting NASA Headquarters?
The Headquarters Library is open to the public and has an Information Center with education and outreach materials.