NASA Officials Meet with Cleveland Students
Sallie A. Keith|
Media Relations Office
March 24, 2006
NASA kicks off the newly established NASA Explorer Schools partnership with Luis Munoz Marin Middle School, Cleveland, Ohio, next week with presentations by a former astronaut and representatives from the Glenn Research Center.
What: Student Assembly
When: 9:30 a.m., Wednesday, March 29
Who: Astronaut Roger Crouch
Glenn Research Center Director Dr. Woodrow Whitlow Jr.
Where: Luis Munoz Marin Middle School, 1701 Castle Ave., Cleveland
Former Astronaut Roger Crouch joins NASA Glenn Research Center Director Dr. Woodrow Whitlow Jr. for a presentation on careers in mathematics and science, which will be in demand as NASA returns to the moon and travels to Mars. Crouch has flown on two space shuttle missions.
A media opportunity will be held at the school immediately following the assembly program. Media interested in arranging interviews with Crouch or Whitlow should contact Sallie Keith at 216-433-5795 or 216-308-0801 (cell).
Luis Munoz Marin Middle School was named a NASA Explorer School in the spring of 2005. The NASA Explorer School program is a three-year partnership to help educators and students join NASA's mission of discovery through educational activities and special learning opportunities tailored to promote science, mathematics and technology applications and career explorations.
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