During a ribbon cutting ceremony on June 6, NASA's Glenn Research Center celebrated the latest milestone in its facilities master plan, the completion of the newly constructed main gate at Lewis Field.
NASA Glenn Research Center's strong engineering workforce just got stronger. The center recently certified several more employees in the discipline of systems engineering and integration.
With the launch of STS-134, the Mobile And Remote Sensing (MARS) Laboratory extended its legacy of flight electronics within the Materials on International Space Station Experiments.
Side by side, NASA Glenn and the Cleveland Clinic are leveraging their strengths through a formal partnership.
Center Director Ray Lugo said that despite tough economic times, the Fiscal Year 2012 budget request is good news for Glenn.
Glenn Center Director Ray Lugo has announced the selections of new senior management appointments at the center, including James Free as deputy director.
Center Director Ray Lugo invited NASA Glenn retirees to Lewis Field on Dec. 6 for a special briefing on the center's current activities and future goals.
Glenn has started a pilot program with the local Environmental Protection Agency to promote alternative fuel use designed to reduce the carbon footprint and greenhouse gas emissions of federal fleets.
Four NASA Glenn research teams were recently acknowledged with R&D 100 Awards for innovation in communication technologies, mechanical devices and process sciences.
Chief Technologist Dr. Bobby Braun visited Glenn on Aug. 25 to learn more about the center's technological capabilities.
On Aug. 27, NASA Glenn broke ground for the Centralized Office Building, the flagship project within the Facilities Master Plan to consolidate and renew Glenn facilities.
NASA Administrator Charles Bolden has named Ramon "Ray" Lugo III as director of NASA Glenn Research Center, effective July 18.
Associate Administrator for Aeronautics Research Mission Directorate Dr. Jaiwon Shin helped unveil the prestigious 2008 Robert J. Collier Trophy.
Acting Center Director Ray Lugo visited Plum Brook Station to talk with employees and view the final major concrete pour for the Reverberant Acoustic Test Facility.
Acting Center Director Ramon "Ray" Lugo met with employees to discuss Glenn's role in implementing new exploration initiatives announced in support of the President's fiscal year 2011 budget request.
Glenn has spent the past 5 years in a technology transfer relationship to help improve technology that now leads critical on-the-ground communications support for disaster recovery efforts in Haiti.
Administrator Charles Bolden named Glenn Center Director Dr. Woodrow Whitlow Jr., the associate administrator for Mission Support at NASA Headquarters in Washington, DC.
NASA Glenn's Visitor Center will soon have a new home! In late January, Glenn signed a 10-year Space Act Agreement naming the Great Lakes Science Center as the official site for Glenn's VC.
NASA Glenn and the Cleveland Clinic team up to design a new treadmill harness for astronauts.
During Glenn's Ares I–X Center Celebration, Center Director Dr. Woodrow Whitlow Jr. reflected on how employees across the center came together to produce the upper stage simulator.