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SHARP Outreach

Page history last edited by Robert Striemer 9 years, 8 months ago

This page is dedicated to all SHARP outreach activities whether that means visits to schools by SHARP students and teachers or coordinated activities with other groups and institutions.


UMSATS Pre-University Outreach


The University of Manitoba Space Applications and Technology Society (UMSATS) is a university student group that foster space exploration at the University of Manitoba.

Matthew Sebastian with SHARP students testing their Arduino+GPS sketches



June 2012


Manitoba Space Adventure Camp (U of M - Faculty of Engineering, Winnipeg IEEE)


Every summer deserving Shaftesbury students will attend the Manitoba Space Adventure Camp hosted by the University of Manitoba, Faculty of Engineering's Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering.


Manitoba Space Adventure Camp 2009 


2009 - 2013



Shaftesbury students have made many presentations in schools, to the senior administration and the board of trustees of the Pembina Trails School Division. Teachers have also presented at science teacher conferences (SAGE) and at the Manitoba Space Adventure Camp. Teachers will be making presentations on the Shaftesbury ARISS Telebridge Project to RASC (Royal Astronomical Society of Canada - Winnipeg chapter) and WARC (Winnipeg Amateur Radio Club) in October 2013. SHARP members are always looking for opportunities to expand the program to other schools.


Shaftesbury Feeder School Presentation - 2011 


2010 - 2013



SHARP hosted the Winnipeg Amateur Radio Club's (WARC) Basic Certification Short Course held in January and February as well as the May club meeting.






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