Special Event: DLN Virtual Visits
| Andrew Hahn |
|Cecelia Smith Financial Mgmt.||Clayton Turner Engineer||Daniel Oostra Programmer||David Cordner Engineer|
|Dr. Marguerite Sognier Scientist|| |
Dr. Russell De YoungPhysicist
|Eric Prehn Systems Instructor||Erica Alston Scientist||Erik Axdahl Engineer|
|Erik Vedeler Engineer||Jason Smith Dynamics Officer||Jennifer Keyes Engineer||Jill Prince Engineer||Kathryn Mitchell Engineer|
|Kimberly Land Comms. Manager||Michael Schoenfeld Engineer||Monica Barnes Engineer||Sarah Ruiz Engineer||Tim Warner Biz. Management|
|Adriana Ocampo Planetary Geologist||Carrie Rhoades Flight Op. Engineer||Erik Denson Electrical Engineer||Phillip Williams Research Physicist||Sarah Cox Aerospace Engineer|
|Stanley Smeltzer Project Manager||Kamala Krishnamurthy Financial Analyst||Keith Harris Program Specialist||Luther Jenkins Research Engineer||Michael Madden Chief Scientist|
|Neal Hass Aerospace Engineer||Richard Hare Electronics Engineer||Scott Hill Aerospace Engineer||Troy Mann Structural Engineer|
Customize your DLN Experience! Virtual Visits is separate from the standard DLN programs we offer. This is an opportunity for 4th - 12th grade teachers who are looking for a way to connect their students with NASA experts. The DLN is offering to locate NASA experts who can address specific areas of student interest in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) related to the NASA's missions and research. The online sessions will bring an expert into your learning environment for a 45-60 minute interactive Virtual Visit with your students.You have a choice of several delivery methods specified below.
Request a NASA DLN Virtual Visit at the following url: (We MUST have a minimum of 30 days advanced notice and due to the ever changing schedules of our guest speakers, we can not schedule an event more than three months in advance.)
Note: Astronaut requests should be processed through the Astronaut Office at the NASA Johnson Space Center:
|Students will view various images from a subject matter expert's academic and career experiences.|
|Students will participate in discussion with a subject matter expert and discuss his career path and necessary academic steps that lead him in that particular direction for his career choice.|
Students will discuss importance of academic choices for their future career paths and how they parallel with the subject matter expert's experiences.
Students will apply what they have learned from their discussions with the subject matter expert to their own future career choices.
Students will express what they must do in order to achieve their future plans in careers of their choice.