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Press Release 98-42

Lori J. Rachul
NASA Lewis Research Center
(Bus: 216/433-8806)

Note to Editors: N98-42


NASA Lewis Research Center Director Donald J. Campbell will address members and guests of The City Club of Cleveland on Wednesday, August 12, 1998. The program begins at noon at the City Club, 2nd floor in the Citizens Building (850 Euclid Avenue).

Campbell will speak on "The Future of NASA Lewis Research Center." Appointed to his position by NASA Administrator Daniel Goldin in January 1994, Campbell is responsible for carrying out the missions assigned to the Center. NASA Lewis continues to play a vital role in furthering our nation's aeronautics and space programs while facing the opportunities and challenges leading into the 21st century.

Campbell earned a bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering from Ohio Northern University and a master's degree in mechanical engineering from Ohio State University. He holds an Honorary Doctorate Degree from Wilberforce University and Ohio Northern University.

This special program will begin with lunch at noon and a question and answer period following Campbell's address. Those interested in attending should make reservations by calling 216/621-0082. Campbell is a resident of Westlake.

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