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GoFundMe Supporters Raise $8K So Single Mom Can Go To NASA Internship

1 month ago   |   By News One

Georgia State University student India Jackson 's journey illustrates the power of community. After facing financial setbacks, she was unsure if she could attend NASA's distinguished summer internship program, but with the help of supporters across the country, she was able to bring her dream to fruition, the New York Times reported.
“We choose to become scientists to make history,” said India Jackson, a Ph.D. candidate and single mother who is headed to NASA for a summer internship
- NYT Science May 18, 2019
Jackson-who is pursuing her doctorate degree in physics-always had an infatuation...
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