Spring 2008 Undergraduate Fellowships

The Hawai'i Space Grant Consortium awarded undergraduate fellowships in the Spring of 2008 to students at the University of Hawai'i at Manoa and Hilo. Traineeships were awarded to students at Manoa and the Community Colleges.

University of Hawai'i at Manoa:

University of Hawai`i at Hilo:

CanSat Fellows:

Space Grant Community College campuses are sponsoring engineering programs for students to design, build, and test CanSats. A CanSat is a scientific experiment package, the size of a soda can and commonly launched by weather balloon or small rocket, designed to retrieve photographic, temperature, pressure, and altitude data for near-Earth, low-atmosphere experiments. The CanSat students from the different campuses have worked together and participated in ARLISS Competitions (A Rocket Launch for International Student Satellites).

2008 Summer Undergraduate Interns

2008 Summer Kauai Undergraduate Fellows

Five students at Kauai Community College received Fellowship Summer Awards to work at the Photonics Lab on the Kauai CC campus under the guidance of Dr. Francis Takahashi. The Fellows are Bradly Wilcox, Angel Hernandez, Mark Guirao, Eric Fune, and Keelan Sakuda.

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