Students have designed and launched hundreds of experiments to the International Space Station. This internship position will review a broad cross-section of those experiments for a top-level analysis of their subject domains, experimental design, implementation technology and other factors that defined the work and affected their success. The analysis will also study the human factors on the student teams that helped the experiments overcome challenges and develop pathways to success. The intern will summarize and provide insights from the data analysis and present the findings in a report with potential large-scale use to improve the student experiment programs and help shape future directions.
Reports to: Dan Barstow, Education Manager, ISS National Lab
Time frame: Sept-Dec 2018
Pace of work: either full-time or part-time with a minimum of 5 hours/week
Total hours: 120
Payment: $20/hr = $2,400
Keywords: ISS, education, student experiments, data analysis
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