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Louisiana Teachers Recognized for Participation in LaSpace/NASA Michoud Education Fellow Program at Michoud Assembly Facility
08.15.08
 
June Malone
Marshall Space Flight Center, Huntsville, Ala.
256-544-0034
June.E.Malone@nasa.gov

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NEW ORLEANS -- Five Louisiana teachers were recognized July 25 for their participation in the LaSpace/NASA Michoud Education Fellow Program at the Michoud Assembly Facility in New Orleans. For the 2008-2009 school year, these teachers are being paired for three, two-week sessions with department heads, engineers, chemists and welders at Michoud to learn first hand about science and technology careers available to their students in their own backyard of New Orleans. The teachers teach earth science, physics and physical science to students in eighth through 12th grade and will take their experiences back to the classroom, reaching over 700 students. This pilot program is a partnership between the state of Louisiana, Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge and NASA.

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Participating in the ceremony are from left, front row: Shelia Cloud, Michoud transition director; Steve Turner, Michoud safety and health manager; back row: Paul Chandler, a physical science and chemistry teacher at Slidell High School in Slidell, La.; Deborah Nunez, a physics teacher at Covington High School in Covington, La.; Dr. Paulette Perrin, a curriculum specialist for St. Tammany Board of Education in Slidell, La.; Ruth Hill, an earth science teacher at Monteleone Junior High School in Mandeville, La.; Crystal Drake, an earth science teacher at St. Tammany Junior High School; JoAnne Hobson, an earth science teacher at Slidell Junior High School in Slidell, La.; and Dr. Pam Blanchard, representative of Louisiana State University. (Lockheed Martin/MAF)