The vision and mission of the Michigan Space Grant Consortium (MSGC) are to foster awareness of, education in, and research on space and Earth-related science and technology in Michigan. Its mission is to create, develop, and promote programs that support its vision and reflect NASA strategic interests, and encourage cooperation between academia, industry, state and local government in space-related science and technology in Michigan.
The MSGC Grant and Fellowship Programs are regionally competitive, among 11 Universities in Michigan. Space Grant offers fellowship programs for graduate and undergraduate students, as well as research seed grants and program grants for faculty. The Consortium offers a total of $100,000 of support for undergraduate and graduate research fellowships, $50,000 for Research Seed Grants, and $100,000 for Public Service Grants in aerospace, space science, Earth system science, and other related science, engineering, or mathematical fields. Fellows and Grantees are encouraged to participate in the annual fall conference in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Applications must first be submitted to Michigan Tech for approval by noon on Wednesday, November 6, before being sent to MSGC.
- Required: Contact Sponsored Programs (SPO) by email (email@example.com) or phone (906-487-2226). You will be assigned a SPO analyst who will provide assistance on creating a budget and completion of other required forms depending on the funding opportunity for which you are applying.
- Review the MSGC guidelines and complete the online application. do not submit your application to MSGC until you receive approval from SPO that your proposal is ready for submission (see steps 4 and 5).
- Print and deliver ALL documents required for your program submission as listed on
the MSGC website as well as MTU-specific forms (to include transmittal form, budget,
transcripts, cost share form, project description and printout of your unsubmitted MSGC application) to Paige Hackney in the Pavlis Honors College no later than noon on Wednesday, November 6, 2019.
Note: The Pavlis Honors College is located in 722 of the Minerals and Materials Building, facing the waterway
- A required letter of support from Lorelle Meadows, MTU’s MSGC liaison, will be created to support your proposal and provided to you by SPO once your proposal has been approved for submission.
- The Pavlis Honors College will deliver your application and all supporting materials
to SPO for final review. After the final review of your materials is complete, you
will receive an email that your application has been approved for submission. This
final email will provide permission and directions for uploading your application
packet to MSGC which must be done before 5 p.m. on Wednesday, November 13.
Applications submitted without conforming to the above internal process will be withdrawn from MSGC consideration.
Application & Review ProcessThe MSGC-specific application and review processes are available online. MSGC Awards will be announced in early spring of 2020.