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Offline Ben Hawes

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Re: L2 Student Scholarship Program 2018
« Reply #20 on: 08/01/2018 02:25 am »
I would be really grateful for the opportunity to have L2 access! Been a member here for three years and used Shuttle tile identification for a school project. I'm now with the University of Oregon.

I've updated my profile to my .edu e-mail address. And my username is my name!

To Chris and the Sponsors and in the words of the Hunger games, thank you for your consideration! :)

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Re: L2 Student Scholarship Program 2018
« Reply #21 on: 08/01/2018 06:37 am »
Hi Mark -

High Five for Shuttle!

You're in. See PM with the overview (messages/inbox on the top bar of the forum which will be in red to show new message).

Your sponsor is Tony De La Rosa..

Thanks Tony! And Chris, L2 is going to take me forever to get through. I'm not complaining about that! :)

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Re: L2 Student Scholarship Program 2018
« Reply #22 on: 08/01/2018 08:53 am »
Hello! A few folk pointed me to this.

My name's Joshua, though at this point most folk I interact with know me as Lupi.
I'm just starting out at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University through their Worldwide program, working towards a Bachelors in Aeronautical Sciences.

I haven't really interacted with the forum here much (I've only today created myself account), I've mostly read articles and followed you guys on Twitter, but two people I know have prompted me to give it a shot, and I suppose there's no harm in that. I'm always a fan of learning more, after all. That's how I went from having no goal when I graduated high school, to finally starting to find my way in spaceflight!

Thank you for the opportunity!

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You're in. See PM with the overview (messages/inbox on the top bar of the forum which will be in red to show new message).

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Re: L2 Student Scholarship Program 2018
« Reply #23 on: 08/01/2018 08:55 am »
I would be really grateful for the opportunity to have L2 access! Been a member here for three years and used Shuttle tile identification for a school project. I'm now with the University of Oregon.

I've updated my profile to my .edu e-mail address. And my username is my name!

To Chris and the Sponsors and in the words of the Hunger games, thank you for your consideration! :)

Hi Ben -

You're in too. See PM with the overview (messages/inbox on the top bar of the forum which will be in red to show new message).

Your sponsor is John R.
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Re: L2 Student Scholarship Program 2018
« Reply #24 on: 08/01/2018 02:56 pm »
My name is David.

I'm studying space architecture at UHouston. My edu profile link is my verification.

Would love L2 because it would aid my studies and because I know it must be cool per the articles I've seen it referenced, not least the renders! Some massive talent there!

Thank you if I can be sponsored!

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Re: L2 Student Scholarship Program 2018
« Reply #25 on: 08/01/2018 03:09 pm »
Name James.
Studying: Mechanical Engineering.
School: College of Science and Engineering - Seattle University.

Always wanted L2. Been a member here for a good amount of time, but while NSF is awesome, I'd love to also see behind the curtain. I could say it'll help my studies and I guess it will, but got to be honest about the wish list. ;D

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Re: L2 Student Scholarship Program 2018
« Reply #26 on: 08/01/2018 04:14 pm »
My name is David.

I'm studying space architecture at UHouston. My edu profile link is my verification.

Would love L2 because it would aid my studies and because I know it must be cool per the articles I've seen it referenced, not least the renders! Some massive talent there!

Thank you if I can be sponsored!

Hi David -

You're in too. See PM with the overview (messages/inbox on the top bar of the forum which will be in red to show new message).

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Re: L2 Student Scholarship Program 2018
« Reply #27 on: 08/01/2018 04:15 pm »
Name James.
Studying: Mechanical Engineering.
School: College of Science and Engineering - Seattle University.

Always wanted L2. Been a member here for a good amount of time, but while NSF is awesome, I'd love to also see behind the curtain. I could say it'll help my studies and I guess it will, but got to be honest about the wish list. ;D

Hi James -

You're in too. See PM with the overview (messages/inbox on the top bar of the forum which will be in red to show new message).


Your sponsor is Tony De La Rosa.
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Re: L2 Student Scholarship Program 2018
« Reply #28 on: 08/01/2018 05:41 pm »
Name James.
Studying: Mechanical Engineering.
School: College of Science and Engineering - Seattle University.

Always wanted L2. Been a member here for a good amount of time, but while NSF is awesome, I'd love to also see behind the curtain. I could say it'll help my studies and I guess it will, but got to be honest about the wish list. ;D

Hi James -

You're in too. See PM with the overview (messages/inbox on the top bar of the forum which will be in red to show new message).


Your sponsor is Tony De La Rosa.

Thank you so much Tony and Chris!

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Re: L2 Student Scholarship Program 2018
« Reply #29 on: 08/01/2018 07:17 pm »
I would be really grateful for the opportunity to have L2 access! Been a member here for three years and used Shuttle tile identification for a school project. I'm now with the University of Oregon.

I've updated my profile to my .edu e-mail address. And my username is my name!

To Chris and the Sponsors and in the words of the Hunger games, thank you for your consideration! :)

Hi Ben -

You're in too. See PM with the overview (messages/inbox on the top bar of the forum which will be in red to show new message).

Your sponsor is John R.

YES! Thanks John for sponsoring me and I didn't even have to shoot an arrow near you! ;) Thanks Chris!

Re: L2 Student Scholarship Program 2018
« Reply #30 on: 08/02/2018 02:24 am »
Hi everyone. Thank you for doing this. Another who reads the articles and checks out the forum but has yet to post on here mainly because most of you are my peers.

I'm Danny and a second Caltecher. My area is electrical engineering. I would love L2 for its coolness, but also potential networking and experience dealing with actual people in the industry.

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Re: L2 Student Scholarship Program 2018
« Reply #31 on: 08/02/2018 03:21 am »
I hope I've not missed the boat here! Been a long time member and really love the forum and site. It helped me decide I wanted to get into this as a career.

I'm now gaining a doctoral education from the John D. Oedgard School of Aerospace Sciences at the University of North Dakota.


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Re: L2 Student Scholarship Program 2018
« Reply #32 on: 08/02/2018 10:12 am »
Hi everyone. Thank you for doing this. Another who reads the articles and checks out the forum but has yet to post on here mainly because most of you are my peers.

I'm Danny and a second Caltecher. My area is electrical engineering. I would love L2 for its coolness, but also potential networking and experience dealing with actual people in the industry.

Hi Danny -

You're in too. See PM with the overview (messages/inbox on the top bar of the forum which will be in red to show new message).


Your sponsor is Timothy Demko.
« Last Edit: 08/02/2018 07:07 pm by Chris Bergin »
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Re: L2 Student Scholarship Program 2018
« Reply #33 on: 08/02/2018 10:13 am »
I hope I've not missed the boat here! Been a long time member and really love the forum and site. It helped me decide I wanted to get into this as a career.

I'm now gaining a doctoral education from the John D. Oedgard School of Aerospace Sciences at the University of North Dakota.



Hi Simon -

Not too late, and you're in too. See PM with the overview (messages/inbox on the top bar of the forum which will be in red to show new message).


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Re: L2 Student Scholarship Program 2018
« Reply #34 on: 08/02/2018 08:07 pm »
Great! Thanks Chris and Tony. L2 looks amazing and I'm only in the hall of fame!

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Re: L2 Student Scholarship Program 2018
« Reply #35 on: 08/03/2018 10:21 am »
Hey Chris.

 Name Andy,
 Uni: Exeter. Aerospace applications. College of Engineering.

 Big follower of the site, lurk on the forums. Read the news site and follow you and the guys on Twitter. Have seen references to L2 but would love access to it. Don't have the coin to pay for it, so this would be really super.

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Re: L2 Student Scholarship Program 2018
« Reply #36 on: 08/03/2018 11:03 am »
Hey Chris.

 Name Andy,
 Uni: Exeter. Aerospace applications. College of Engineering.

 Big follower of the site, lurk on the forums. Read the news site and follow you and the guys on Twitter. Have seen references to L2 but would love access to it. Don't have the coin to pay for it, so this would be really super.

Now then, Andy! See PM with the overview (messages/inbox on the top bar of the forum which will be in red to show new message).

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Re: L2 Student Scholarship Program 2018
« Reply #37 on: 08/03/2018 11:44 am »
Hey Chris.

 Name Andy,
 Uni: Exeter. Aerospace applications. College of Engineering.

 Big follower of the site, lurk on the forums. Read the news site and follow you and the guys on Twitter. Have seen references to L2 but would love access to it. Don't have the coin to pay for it, so this would be really super.

Now then, Andy! See PM with the overview (messages/inbox on the top bar of the forum which will be in red to show new message).

Your sponsor is Mark McCocombs

Tips hat! Thanks!!

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Re: L2 Student Scholarship Program 2018
« Reply #38 on: 08/05/2018 12:35 pm »
If I'm not late, I would like to apply.

Name Philipe. Studying mechanical engineering per Ghent University.

I would love L2 to assist my studies and I herar it is amazing.

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Re: L2 Student Scholarship Program 2018
« Reply #39 on: 08/05/2018 04:03 pm »
If I'm not late, I would like to apply.

Name Philipe. Studying mechanical engineering per Ghent University.

I would love L2 to assist my studies and I herar it is amazing.

Hi Philipe -

You're in. Still OK, but getting close to a waiting list now (as one sponsor I'm holding for Dutch - ooh, close! Students). See PM with the overview (messages/inbox on the top bar of the forum which will be in red to show new message).

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