NASA TechRise 2022-23 Virtual Field Trip

Sep 22, 2022, 3:30 – 8:15 PM

Virtual event

    About this event

    Students and educators! You’re invited to join the NASA TechRise Virtual Field Trip on September 22, 2022. Drop in anytime between 9 am and 1 pm PT to hear from an exciting array of NASA speakers, participate in moderated Q&A, and visit a virtual expo hall. Throughout the event, you'll learn more about the NASA TechRise Student Challenge, high-altitude balloons, what it's like to work in STEM, and the excitement of getting hands-on with research and technology projects. 

    RSVP today to save your ticket and plan your virtual visit.

    Thinking about student privacy? We like the way you think! Registration is required. Students will NOT go on camera or share audio, and there will NOT be a public chat. However, the field trip will be interactive! Students will be able to submit questions directly to speakers/hosts, so come prepared with questions. Your students' questions may be answered live on the virtual stage! All attendees must RSVP to attend. Already have a Future Engineers account? Click login to RSVP. New to Future Engineers? Click login to RSVP above and then “Create a New Account” to register and RSVP. You can find additional registration instructions here.

    Wondering if you can attend if you're not in sixth - 12th grade. While this field trip is meant for students eligible for the NASA TechRise Student challenge, anyone with a Future Engineers account may RSVP and join.

    We recommend that students individually RSVP to experience the event as a self-guided educational event, but educators are also welcome to display the virtual field trip to their entire class.

    To learn more about the NASA TechRise Student Challenge, visit


    • Jim Reuter


      Associate Administrator for the Space Technology Mission Directorate

    • Lucas Moxey

      NASA Flight Opportunities

      TechRise Project Lead & Campaign Manager

    • Shobhana Gupta, MD, Ph.D.


      Open Innovation and Community Applications Manager, NASA Earth

    • Anh Nguyen, Ph.D.


      Program Portfolio Integrator

    • Ryon Stewart

      NASA Johnson Space Center

      Deputy Program Manager, NASA Tournament Lab

    • Paula Bontempi, Ph.D.

      The University of Rhode Island

      Dean Biological Oceanography

    • Claire Bengtson

      Future Engineers

      NASA TechRise Mentor

    • Aerostar

    • World View


    • Deanne Bell

      Future Engineers

      Founder & CEO

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