The John C. Stennis Space Center is NASA's program manager for rocket propulsion testing and commercial remote sensing. Located near the Mississippi Gulf Coast in Hancock County, Stennis is home to more than 4,600 scientists, engineers, technicians and business professionals. It is a multidisciplinary center of 30 federal, state, academic and private organizations engaged in space, oceans, environmental programs, and the national defense, and over 60 technology-based companies.
NASA's Speakers Bureau Program at Stennis is made up of scientists, engineers, and other employees available for lectures and presentations to civic groups, schools, etc. along the Mississippi Gulf Coast and throughout Southeast Louisiana.
Speakers Bureau topics include:
The NASA Speakers Bureau Program has been established to share how space program technology affects our lives daily.
- Overview of Stennis Space Center
- Space Shuttle Main Engine Testing
- Aerospace Engineering
- Propulsion Systems Technology
- Remote Sensing Applications
- Technology Transfer
- Space Benefits/spinoffs
- Doing Business with NASA
- NASA Education Programs
- SSC Economic Impact
Please submit your request, preferably in writing, for a speaker six to eight weeks prior to the proposed speaking engagement. This will help us better accommodate your needs.
If you would like a more detailed list of Speaker's Bureau topics or additional information on the program, call the NASA Public Affairs Office at SSC at (228) 688-3341, or 1-800-237-1821 in Mississippi and Louisiana.