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    09/28/2011 | AMSAT Sponsors ARISSat-1 Re-entry Contest

    AMSAT Secretary Alan Biddle, WA4SCA, said the ARISSat-1 Team is still looking for entries in the Chicken Little Contest. This is your opportunity to calculate or guess when ARISSat-1 falls out of orbit. This is defined as the time it crosses an altitude o
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    07/13/2011 | ARRL Executive Committee Approves Grants for Six Schools

    In June, the ARRL Executive Committee reviewed grant applications for the ARRL’s Education & Technology Program (ETP), awarding equipment and resources valued at nearly $5000 to five schools. More than 575 schools across the country have received support
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    05/11/2011 | High School Radio Club to Offer Free Foxhunting Transmitter Kits

    Miguel Enriquez, KD7RPP, is an Instructor with the ARRL’s Teachers Institute on Wireless Technology (TI), as well as a math and electronics teacher at Pueblo High School in Tucson, Arizona. One of his responsibilities at Pueblo is advising the school’s Am
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    01/18/2011 | Foundation for Amateur Radio Invites Scholarship Applications

    The non-profit Foundation for Amateur Radio (FAR) is now accepting applications for 48 scholarships for the academic year 2011-2012 to assist radio amateurs pursuing higher education. FAR fully funds two of scholarships and administers 46 others without c
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    01/11/2011 | ARRL Foundation Scholarship Applications and Transcripts Due February 1

    Students planning to apply for the more than 60 scholarships administered by the ARRL Foundation should be aware that the deadline is fast approaching. All materials -- including transcripts -- are due February 1. Beginning this year, applicants must subm
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    06/14/2010 | A Ham Radio Homecoming

    Beginning with the 2010 ARRL November Sweepstakes, the prohibition against alumni operating at a school club station has been repealed. According to Ward Silver, N0AX, the goal of the rule change is to get more school clubs active for Sweepstakes and on H
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    03/31/2010 | The 2010 Teachers Institutes Begin with a Bang in Tucson

    The ARRL Teachers Institute on Wireless Technology (TI) began its 2010 sessions in February with a Teachers Institute course designed specifically for teachers in the Tucson (Arizona) Unified School District (TUSD). Taught at Jefferson Park Elementary Sch
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