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Photo of representatives from NASA HQ at Glenn. February 2005
Workshop affirms Agency commitment to Vision for Space Exploration


In a dynamic One NASA Leader-Led Workshop at Glenn on December 10, Agency leaders affirmed the Agency's commitment to strengthening NASA and implementing the Vision for Space Exploration.
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Graphic depicting the Earth, Moon, Mars and Beyond March 2005
Glenn's evolving role within the Vision for Space Exploration


Center Director Dr. Julian Earls held a Town Hall meeting with employees to preview the President's budget proposal and provide insight into how it would affect Glenn.
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Steinetz and Dunlap are pictured with their thermal barrier and patent April 2005
Glenn employees win Government Invention of the Year


NASA's Inventions and Contributions Board has announced that NASA Glenn Research Center's Dr. Bruce Steinetz and Patrick Dunlap have won the prestigious Government Invention of the Year for 2004 for their work in developing a thermal barrier and solid rocket motor design for the space shuttle. Their innovation is valued at approximately $25 billion dollars to America.
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James Jennings May 2005
Jennings Addresses Transformation


James Jennings, associate administrator for Institutions and Management, stressed the necessity for cultural change and transformation within the Agency during an All Hands meeting at Glenn on March 6.
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June 2005
Glenn Welcomes Administrator


NASA Administrator Mike Griffin believes that the Agency he leads must always remain on the cutting edge. On May 16, he caught a glimpse of tomorrow's technology when he visited NASA Glenn Research Center.
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July 2005
Employees Honored with Glenn's Prestigious Awards


The Center announced winners of three prestigious Glenn awards on May 26 following a weeklong display of their unique and varied contributions to advancing technology and world-class research.
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August 2005
2005 Honor Awards Presented



NASA astronaut John Bennett Herrington assisted in bestowing 40 medals-the Agency's highest honor-to employees during the 2005 Honor Awards Ceremony on July 21.
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September 2005
Glenn Receives Four R&D 100 "Oscars of Invention"



Four NASA Glenn-developed technologies are among the world's Top 100 technologies recognized with an R&D 100 award-commonly referred to as an Oscar of Invention.
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October 2005
New Center Director Named



NASA Administrator Michael Griffin has named Dr. Woodrow Whitlow, Jr., as the next director of NASA Glenn Research Center. He will succeed Dr. Julian Earls, who is retiring at the end of the year. Whitlow, who served as NASA Glenn's director of Research and Technology from 1998 to 2003, returns to NASA Glenn after serving as deputy director of NASA Kennedy Space Center for two years.
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Director Holds All Hands Meeting



On October 6, Center Director Dr. Julian Earls held an All Hands meeting to share information on Agency initiatives and Center actions and to respond to employee questions.
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AA of Aeronautics Stresses Integrated Research



During her recent All Hands address at Glenn, NASA's new Associate Administrator for the Aeronautics Directorate, Dr. Lisa Porter, said that conducting long-term, focused research is key to reshaping NASA's Aeronautics Program.
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