NIA 10th Anniversary Lecture Series
In celebration of NIA's first ten years of conducting leading-edge aerospace and atmospheric research, developing new technologies for the nation and helping inspire the next generation of scientists and engineers, the National Institute of Aerospace is pleased to announce the NIA 10th Anniversary Lecture Series.
The series will take place throughout the upcoming fall and winter seasons and will kick off on Thursday, November 1, 2012 with a very special presentation:
"The Role of NASA in the 21st Century"
Dr. Robert D. Braun
David and Andrew Lewis Professor of Space Technology
Georgia Institute of Technology
All interested are invited to attend. Lectures in the series are offered at no cost to attendees and will take place in Room 137 at 1:00pm at NIA Headquarters, 100 Exporation Way, Hampton, Virginia. After each lecture, there will be an opportunity to meet the speaker and enjoy light refreshments.
Future speakers scheduled in the NIA 10th Anniversary Lecture Series include:
November 27, 2012
Dr. Fayette (Fay) S. Collier, Jr.
"Environmentally Responsible Aviation-Technology Development to Mitigate the Environmental Impacts of Aviation"
December 6, 2012
Dr. Charlie E. Harris
"Opportunities for Next Generation Aircraft Enabled by Revolutionary Materials"
January 17, 2013
Mr. Patrick A. Troutman
"A Decade of Human Space Exploration Mission Design - Back to the Future"
Mark your calendars now to attend all four in this special lecture series!
For those that want to watch remotely:
For further details, contact:
Mary Catherine Bunde
Education and Outreach Administrator
National Institute of Aerospace
Mary.Bunde@nianet.org or (757) 325-6731