Deadline Extended to Monday, June 12 at midnight EST.
The Glenn Symposium Student Poster Contest is back for a second year to showcase the hard work and dedication the next generation has in their commitment to advancing space! The Call for Abstracts is now open for this contest.
High school, undergraduate, and graduate students are eligible to enter for their chance to present their findings in front of hundreds of space industry leaders at the 5th Annual John Glenn Memorial Symposium at the Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio on July 17-19, 2023. Winners be rewarded free registration to a future AAS Symposium!
About the John Glenn Memorial Symposium
The John Glenn Memorial Symposium brings together high-ranking government officials, industry executives, academia, and others from the aerospace community. This year’s theme is Powering Innovation from Earth to Mars and topics to be discussed include:
- Glenn at the Center of the Industry
- Policy: Enabling Objectives
- Workforce / Next Generation
- The Future of Aeronautics
- Gateway (Industry Focus)
- Surface Nuclear Power
- Space Law: Moon Discussion
- Innovations in Cislunar Infrastructure
- Innovation in Lunar Surface Infrastructure
Student Poster Contest Entry Details
High school, undergraduate, and graduate students are invited to submit abstracts for their research. Submissions should follow these guidelines:
- Abstracts should be a summary of the focus of the project no more than 250 words.
- Due by 11:59pm EST on
June 5, 2023. June 12, 2023
- Two Categories: Engineering/Physical Sciences and Liberal Sciences.
- Three Divisions: High School, Undergraduate, and Graduate.
- The primary author must submit the abstract.
Full contest information is available here.
Entrants should read the full document prior to submitting.
Submit your abstract here by June 5th.