In March, Space Connect reported how the university partnered with the ASA to give Indigenous STEM students the opportunity to intern at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in California.
Launched in Adelaide as part of NASA administrator Bill Nelson’s visit to Australia, the National Indigenous Space Academy (NISA) will offer 10-week internships to five First Nations university students studying science, technology, engineering or mathematics degrees.
Here, Lawrence talks about how he got the project off the ground and what the successful candidates can expect in their trip to the US.
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