Announcing the first ever Glenn Symposium Student Poster Contest! High school, undergraduate, and graduate students: enter and you could have your work included at the event in July and seen by hundreds of space industry leaders. Winners get free registration to a future AAS Symposium!
About the Event:
The John Glenn Memorial Symposium brings together high-ranking government officials, industry executives, academia, and others from the aerospace community. The symposium will focus on advancements in aerospace technology including power and propulsion, autonomy and communications, low boom supersonics, space science and exploration, and more. This year’s event takes place July 18-20, and our host will be Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio. Symposium information available here.
Basic Contest Entry Information:
- Poster abstracts (250 words max) are due June 9
- Posters can be submitted in one of two categories: Engineering or Physical/Liberal Sciences
- There will be three divisions: high school, undergraduate, and graduate.
- Best poster in each division of the two categories wins complimentary registration to a future AAS Symposium!
Full contest information is available here.
Please read this document before submitting your abstract.
Abstracts (due June 9) can be submitted here.