Spotlight on Education

The 54th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference (LPSC) will be held as a hybrid conference on March 13–17, 2023. With in-person and virtual participation, attendees will have the opportunity to share their research and network with colleagues. Engagement opportunities for scientists, students, and the public will take place during the 2023 conference. For more information, […]
Professional Advancement Workshop Series (PAWS) PAWS is sponsored by NASA’s Astrobiology Program and is intended to serve the current astrobiology community and those that might join it in the future. This program is designed to teach insights, tools, and actions that support career advancement for early-career professionals in academia, industry, or anywhere. The 90-minute interactive […]
Are you interested in sharing your science and expertise with the public? Education and public engagement opportunities may be available online or in your community. Explore ways to get involved by contacting your local museums and planetariums, libraries, Solar System Ambassadors, or amateur astronomy clubs. Artemis I Launch and Splashdown November 16–December 11 Following the successful launch of NASA’s highly […]
Spotlight on Education highlights events and programs that provide opportunities for planetary scientists to become involved in education and public engagement. If you know of space science educational programs or events that should be included, please contact the Lunar and Planetary Institute's Education Department at [email protected].