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Welcome to Expanding Frontiers, the online newsletter of the Washington NASA Space Grant Consortium.

For those new to Space Grant, we offer educational and research programs related to NASA’s missions on Earth and in space. We also serve as a NASA point of contact for Washington state residents.

The Consortium is composed of more than 20 members and partners from around Washington state. That includes 11 colleges and universities, the Museum of Flight and the Pacific Science Center. Our offices are housed at the University of Washington in Seattle.

Our mission is to enhance higher education opportunities for students seeking to pursue careers in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM); to enrich and improve STEM education at Washington state’s diverse pre-college, college, university and community learning centers; to aid the development of interdisciplinary programs within and among member institutions; and to provide public outreach for NASA missions, and thereby strengthen the future workforce for NASA and our nation.

Contact Information
Washington NASA Space Grant Consortium
Box 351310
Seattle, WA 98195

E-mail: nasa@uw.edu
Telephone: 206-543-1943
Fax: 206-543-0179

http://www.waspacegrant.org/

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  • WSGC Offices

    University of Washington
    141 Johnson Hall
    Box 351310
    Seattle, WA 98195-1310

    206-543-1943/800-659-1943

    nasa@uw.edu

    www.waspacegrant.org

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  • Back Issues

    To access our newsletters from 1993 to 2010, visit the Expanding Frontiers archive.
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