Launch into Your Career with the Astronaut Scholarship Foundation!

Melissa W.
It was an exciting day as SpaceX launched four NASA astronauts into space for a mission on the International Space Station tonight! An astronaut is a select group of fearless, specially-trained scientists -- a dream of many children. The Astronaut Scholarship Foundation recognizes those children whose dreams become reality!

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Wondering How to Winterize Your Plants? Ask a Member of Pi Alpha Xi!

Melissa W.
We last talked about the changing seasons and stormy weather celebrated by meteorology students of Chi Epsilon Pi, but if you’re wondering how to prepare your lawn and protect your plants for the upcoming dip in temps, you should ask a member of Pi Alpha Xi!

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Chi Epsilon Pi: The Honor Society for Meteorology

Melissa W.
Up in New England where our office is located, the days are getting shorter and the weather is much colder. The rainy day today got us thinking about Chi Epsilon Pi, the honor society for students who dedicate themselves to the study of meteorology!

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Science Wiz? Beta Beta Beta is for You!

Melissa W.
It’s no secret, science is at the forefront of society right now. While the world wrestles with the novel coronavirus, scientists are tirelessly working to understand the virus, test therapies, and develop a vaccine. STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) is being pushed in school districts to introduce children to the many interesting areas and potential careers in science ...  Beta Beta Beta is an organization that recognizes those students who excel in the field.

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Sigma Xi: The Scientific Research Honor Society

Melissa W.
We’ve previously discussed honor societies dedicated to students excelling in the medical fields who are wrapping up their studies and heading straight to the front lines. Today, we’re talking about an honor society for students who are just as important but may be seen more behind-the-scenes: Sigma Xi: The Scientific Research Honor Society.

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