Checkout the lineup of 2018 summer camps offered by Craft Academy at Morehead State University. SPACETREK, Space Science for young women. BLAST OFF, design an experiment to go to the International Space Station. THE FINAL CUT, film making workshop. TAKE FLIGHT, build, fly and race drones. For a complete listing of camp information and registration visit. http://www.moreheadstate.edu/Academics/Craft-Academy/Summer-Programs-and-Camps
Deadline for registration extended to April 30.
New worlds. New ways of viewing our world. New ways to go forward or not. The Dataseam Si-Fi Project recognizes the blend of science and imagination that creates an important genre of Science Fiction. We have to imagine the world before we can create it. We have to see the possibilities before we can work toward making them real.
Best of Show Winner – The Weapon
Writing Winner – Mazatlan
Movie Winner – The Time Ripple
Visual Art Winner – Guardian Rofaz
Visual Art Merit Award – Trappist-1
Movie Winner (Middle School) – The Chronicles of Schneidonia
Congratulations to winners of the 2018 Dataseam Sci-Fi Project. Thank you to all the entries who shared their talent and insight.
The Kentucky Aerospace Industry accounts for billions of dollars in exports every year and Morehead State University Space Science program is a world leader in small satellite development, testing and tracking.
Dataseam CEO Brian Gupton and UofL Brown Cancer Center Deputy Director, Dr. John Trent, discuss Dataseam’s value providing computers to school classrooms across Kentucky while delivering computer power to cancer researchers at UofL. The story is the first feature segment on UofL Today with Mark Hebert radio show.
Listen to the story: UofL Today with Mark Hebert: Dataseam/Cancer Research.
Originally aired on FM 93.9, March 12, 2018.
(Frankfort, Ky) – The Kentucky New Skills for Youth (NSFY) Program provides up to $125,000 in planning funds to local school districts, to transition state and locally-operated technical centers into regional academies. Collaboration of two or more school districts, a technical center, a postsecondary partner, a community partner, and employer engagement is required. For more information, including how to apply visit https://education.ky.gov/CTE/nsfy/Pages/KY-NSFY-P2.aspx Deadline for application is March 26, 2018.
Funding made possible by JP Morgan Chase & Co.
(Hazard, Ky) – Many times reality starts with a dream. A vision. A need to change. A desire to make things different. And what some see as fiction, others see as possibilities and an ultimate reality. We are not supporting fake news or fake science. We are talking about envisioning a future, and working toward making it happen.
John Goodlette of Hazard, Kentucky dreamed of building and flying airplanes – not an easy vision for a youngster born in the 1930’s in eastern Kentucky. He went on to engineer the first successful landing of an earth spacecraft on another planet (Mars). Watch the incredible story of turning dreams into real science below.
Dataseam Sci-Fi Project The Dataseam Sci-Fi Project gives your students a chance to set their dreams in motion. What can they visualize? What world can they create? What do they see for near or long-term space exploration? Movie, Written or Art projects are not due until March 1st, but they should start dreaming today. See the complete program details.
Display of John D. Goodlette memorabilia is on display at the Challenger Learning Center of Kentucky in Hazard.