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MSU: Bagley College of Engineering Distinguished Speakers Series -- Space: The sky is not the limit

SPACE: THE SKY IS NOT THE LIMIT
The global space economy is a $326 billion industry. It impacts every aspect of our daily life. However, you don’t need to be an astronaut or a scientist to become a part of this revolutionary and innovative industry. From cyber to satellites and finance to fashion design, there is a place for you. Find out what the future holds for space, the future of STEM education and where you fit in from the experts who have their fingers on the pulse of the global space industry.
Wednesday 12 April
02:30 PM
100 McCool

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MSU: Bagley College of Engineering Distinguished Speakers Series -- Space: The sky is not the limit

  1. 1. Bagley College of Engineering Distinguished Speaker Series SPACE: THE SKY IS NOT THE LIMIT The global space economy is a $326 billion industry. It impacts every aspect of our daily life. However, you don’t need to be an astronaut or a scientist to become a part of this revolutionary and innovative industry. From cyber to satellites and finance to fashion design, there is a place for you. Find out what the future holds for space, the future of STEM education and where you fit in from the experts who have their fingers on the pulse of the global space industry. Wednesday 12 April 02:30 PM 100 McCool Hall (Rogers Auditorium) Shelli Brunswick is the Chief Operating Officer and Acting Chief Executive Officer for the Space Foundation. Brunswick joined the Space Foundation in 2015 after a distinguished career as an acquisition and program management professional for the United States Air Force, and finished her career as a key leader within the Air Force Congressional Liaison office working both within the Pentagon and on Capitol Hill. Bryan DeBates is Vice President-Education for the Space Foundation. He administers the development and implementation of the Space Foundation's global education programs that support science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics (STEAM) education. This includes establishing project goals and developing education programs, including the popular Discover the Universe field trips and the Space in the Community outreach program. He oversees the Space Foundation's Discovery Center space museum and education center in Colorado Springs, and its education labs, which include: Science On a Sphere®, Mars Robotics Laboratory and AGI Space Missions Simulation Laboratory. Invited by The Women of Aerospace

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