ASGSR Students collaborates with a number of national and international organizations that share the vision and objectives of ASGSR. The goal of these partnerships is to bridge the gap between students of all levels and the different actors of the microgravity research community. Interested in working with us? Just send an email to the President of ASGSR Students !
The United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs (UNOOSA) works to promote international cooperation in the peaceful use and exploration of space, and in the utilization of space science and technology for sustainable economic and social development. Of particular interest to ASGSR Students is the Access to Space for All initiative of UNOOSA and space agencies, research institutions, and industry, that offers access to space research facilities, infrastructure and information with the aim of developing technical know-how, engineering processes and infrastructure in the areas of hypergravity and microgravity, satellite development and space exploration, and promote international cooperation in the peaceful uses of outer space.
SELGRA is the student chapter of the European Low Gravity Research Association aiming to be the point of reference for gravity-related students all over Europe. SELGRA organises and supports outreach activities as well as its members to present and promote their research.
Growing Beyond Earth (GBE) is Fairchild’s NASA-funded classroom science project designed to advance research on growing plants aboard spacecraft. As NASA looks toward a long-term human presence beyond Earth orbit, there are specific science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) challenges related to food production. GBE is addressing those challenges by expanding the diversity and quality of edible plants that can be grown in space. On Earth, GBE is also improving technologies for gardening in urban, indoor, and other resource-limited settings.
The Colorado Council of Black Nurses, Inc. (CCBN) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit, philanthropic organization that has been a staple in the Colorado health community for over 45 years. Composed of a multi-generational network of leaders, pioneers, visionaries, and students in the profession of nursing and nurse pathway careers, CCBN addresses health equity from a cultural perspective with a focus on improving the health status of ALL people.
The Space Generation Advisory Council in Support of the United Nations Programme on Space Applications is a global non-governmental, non-profit (US 501(c)3) organization and network which aims to represent university students and young space professionals ages 18-35 to the United Nations, space agencies, industry, and academia. The SGAC network of members, volunteers and alumni has grown to more than 16,000 members representing more than 165 countries.
The Aerospace Medicine Student and Resident Organization (AMSRO) is an expanding group of upcoming professionals in aerospace medicine that disseminate information regarding career and educational opportunities to its membership. AMSRO provides a forum for the unification of undergraduate students, graduate students, professional students, and medical residents interested in aerospace- related fields and for the exchange of insights regarding training programs, research opportunities, and general career development. As the official student and resident affiliate of the Aerospace Medical Association, it provides guidance to the Association on matters of interests to students and residents.