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Moscow Summer Intern Program for UH Engineering Students

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Audrey Grayson

Students at the University of Houston are eligible to participate in the Moscow Summer Intern Program as part of a student initiative of the Baker Institute Space Policy Program. The program is a wonderful opportunity for all UH students, but especially those with engineering expertise and an excitement for space exploration!

The purpose of the Moscow Summer Intern Program is to develop international collaborations in which engineering and science students from different countries work together to design space science projects. The intent is to emulate the successes of the international cooperation and innovation that formed the basis of the International Space Station and replicate the process at the university level for the next generation of space engineers and scientists.

To learn more about the Moscow Summer Intern Program and how to apply, please visit http://bakerinstitute.org/students/moscow-summer-intern-program/. The deadline for applying is April 15, 2015.

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