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CIA Mission Possible Makerspace Nation offers Omaha, Chicago, or Kansas City educators a shot at a $30,000 Makerspace for their classroomCreating classroom makerspaces is a rapidly growing trend in schools across the country. Educators can win a $30,000 makerspace for their classroom in the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) Mission Possible Makerspace Nation competition. The competition will award one STEAM educator each in Omaha, Neb., Chicago, Ill. and Kansas City, Kan./Mo. with a makerspace loaded with materials worth $30,000.
Teachers, help shape the future of scientific research by incorporating citizen science into your classroom! ORISE wants to see how you incorporate the use of citizen science into your lesson plans.
See the Competitions for Educators page for more information. This competition ends February 29, 2024.
CALLING ALL STUDENTS!! Reach for the stars and explore the universe with us! For this competition, you will record a 3-5 minute video short story about where you would go in space to escape an alien invasion on Earth and how you would survive in your new environment.
See the Competitions for Students page for more information. This competition ends February 29, 2023.
ORISE is hosting a research-based challenge for undergraduate students! The challenge is for students to develop a slides presentation to communicate to your peers what cybersecurity is, why it is important, and how we can continue to use it and develop it in the future. Your presentation could win you a $5,000 scholarship! Deadline is March 31, 2024!
Civil engineering professor studies multi-faceted ways to store carbon dioxide in rocks and concrete
As a National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL) fellow, Laura Dalton is studying how carbon dioxide can be stored in rock and how carbon storage changes the rock’s characteristics.
ORISE is inviting all current and former ORISE interns, fellows and mentors to join its online platform, ORISE Connections, for networking, expanding knowledge and sharing STEM experiences by visiting: oriseconnections.org.
ORISE Connections, with 1,250-plus members in just a few months, also provides a convenient way to access professional development opportunities, online and in-person events, and the latest news and upcoming happenings for the ORISE community.