Feb 15: FAA issued new press release on DOT and FAA Propose New Rules for Small Unmanned Aircraft Systems. Details at: https://www.faa.gov/news/press_releases/news_story.cfm?newsId=18295
Feb 17: NASA "Women in STEM: STEM in the Global Science Community" forum from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. EST. The event will be broadcast for the public on NASA TV. For video streaming information visit: http://www.nasa.gov/nasatv
Feb 25: Class from local Raleigh Montessori School visits NCSG and tours NCSU School of Engineering facilities. [Note: This event was postponed due to inclimate weather]
Feb 26-28: Spring 2015 National Council of Space Grant Directors Meeting in Crystal City, Virginia.
Feb 27: Deadline for submission of proposals and applications for NCSG FY15 student/faculty funding opportunities.
Feb 28: Deadline for application to NASA/Applied Physics Laboratory Summer Internship 2015. Audience: Undergraduate and Graduate Students. For details visit: https://dnnpro.outer.jhuapl.edu/aplnasaintern/Home.aspx
Mar 4: Email notice distributed to all campus directors about a student internship opportunity with Juxtopia. Interested parties should contact Dr. Jayfus Doswell at: email@example.com
Mar 6: Deadline for submission of applications for $30K Innovation challenge.
Mar 6: IEEE seminar on robotics will be hosted by UNC-Charlotte in Charotte, NC. Details at http://sites.ieee.org/ncc-roboresearch/
Mar 31: Deadline for NASA Aeronautics Scholarship Program applications.
Mar 31: Deadline for NASA MUREP Scholarship applications.
April 10-26, the annual North Carolina Science Festival will be held, with a myriad of events scheduled statewide. For more details, consult their web site at http://www.ncsciencefestival.org/
April 18: Community College high altitude balloon launch. (Rain date will be April 19th).
May 1: Registration deadline for NASA RockOn 2015 workshop.
May 18-22: NASA Robotic Mining Competition 2015
June 20-25 NASA RockOn 2015 workshop, in conjunction with the Colorado and Virginia Space Grant Consortia, will be held at the NASA Wallops Flight Facilty (WFF) on Wallops Island, Virginia.