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OSU leads the consortium of partners from the 13 institutions within the TAMU System, Langston University, OSU Center for Sovereign Nations, Northern Oklahoma College, the Oklahoma 4-H Foundation, and the Technology for Learning Consortium in the mission to collaborate with NASA Johnson Space Center, Agency Mission directorates, and NASA Headquarters to provide competitive and innovative STEM educational opportunities to K-16 students and educators.


The goals of OSU’s NSPACE project (NASA STEM Pathway Activities -- Consortium for Education) are to deliver a nationwide approach to NASA’s goals to improve STEM instruction; increase and sustain youth and public engagement in STEM; enhance the STEM experience of undergraduate students; better serve groups historically underrepresented in STEM fields; and design education for tomorrow’s STEM workforce. For more information, please contact our Principal Investigator, Dr. Susan Stansberry. Email: Phone: 405-744-7190

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