Submitting Campus

Prescott

Department

Department of Aeronautical Science

Document Type

Article

Publication/Presentation Date

2008

Abstract/Description

The NASA Nebraska Space Grant (NSGC) & EPSCoR Programs at the University of Nebraska at Omaha have embarked on a unique educational journey known as the Nebraska Native American Outreach program (NNAOP). The NNAOP’s main objective is to encourage and motivate Native American students to be more competitive in mathematics and science. This program has allowed for a variety of educational and public outreach activities to take place. However, in order to continually provide effective support to Nebraska’s Native American community, NSGC & EPSCoR sought an evaluation technique for the NNAOP. To execute such an evaluation, NSGC organized the first Nebraska Aeronautics Education Summit (NAES) Meeting. This diverse group of educators, researchers, and practitioners provided a unique opportunity to gather the evaluative information. The utilization of the summit participants’ recommendations and innovative future plans will ensure continued shared success between NSGC & EPSCoR and the Nebraska Native American community.

Publication Title

Public Administration & Management

Publisher

Southern Public Administration Education Foundation

Additional Information

The Author shall retain the right to use the Work in any form or format in connection with the Author’s teaching, professional presentations or other scholarly work and academic or professional activities. The Author shall retain the right to make the Work available in digital form in a digital repository or website maintained by the Author or the Author’s employer, agencies funding research related to the Work or by scholarly societies with which the Author is affiliated. This right shall include the right to permit public access to the Work as part of a repository or a domain as required through agreement with a funding agency.

Dr. Brent Bowen was not affiliated with Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University at the time this paper was published.

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