Support 1: Learning

Robert A. Goehlich Space Tourism Fund
(2020 – present)

Purpose.

Initiated in May 2020 by founder and donor Robert A. Goehlich, the fund will provide grants to support students who want to pursue coursework in space tourism and undertake research projects on topics related to space tourism as part of the BSAB 416 Space Tourism course at the Worldwide Campus College of Business at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University.

Budget.

$3,000 annually (divided among students).

Eligibility.

Students who are pursuing coursework or currently taking the BSAB 416 Space Tourism course at the Worldwide Campus of the College of Business are eligible.

Application.

Requests for funding will be administered by the Dean of the Worldwide College of Business, and funds will be distributed at the discretion of the Dean.

Donation.

Those who wish to contribute to the fund may do so here: https://givingto.erau.edu/goehlich

“Space isn’t remote at all. It’s only an hour’s drive away if your car could go straight upwards.” Sir Fred Hoyle (1915 – 2001)
British astronomer and science fiction author