CLEAR LAKE, Texas—Four professors in University of Houston-Clear Lake’s School of Science and Computer Engineering have been awarded an $86,185 grant from NASA for their proposal, “Collaboration of Graduate and High School Students for International Space Station Hardware Development Projects.”
The project’s one year grant is effective from October 2012 to September 2013.
Principal Investigator for the project is Mary Randolph-Gips, assistant professor of Computer Systems Engineering. Co-Principal Investigators are Ipek Bozkurt, assistant professor of Engineering Management; James Helm, associate professor of Software Engineering; and Ki-Young Jeong, assistant professor and program chair of Engineering Management.
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