KSC Is Summer Home For Students And Faculty
Kennedy Space Center
June 20, 2003
More than 100 students and faculty throughout the United States are spending their summer at the Kennedy Space Center (KSC), working side-by-side with NASA and contractor scientists, engineers, technologists, mathematicians and business professionals.
The students and faculty members from different backgrounds and cultures are participating in various summer programs managed by the NASA KSC Education Programs and University Research Division. In addition to their work experiences, the participants will have the opportunity to engage in a variety of enrichment activities which include presentations, workshops, networking seminars, and tours of KSC facilities.
The KSC education team members and their area of responsibility are as follows: Cassandra Black, undergraduate student and individuals with disabilities programs; Laurel Lichtenberger, undergraduate student space and life sciences training program; Eduardo Lopez Del Castillo, graduate and post doctoral student programs and faculty research apprenticeships; and Karroll Purer, undergraduate and high school student programs.
For more information on NASA KSC education programs, visit: http://education.ksc.nasa.gov.
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