Virtual Speaker Luncheon Series: Engineers Without Borders

Featured

8 April 2021 12pm

Virtual

Joins us for the next Virtual Speaker Luncheon Series where AIAA is partnering with Engineers Without Borders.


Featured Speaker:
James Mireles, President
Michelle Patrick, Co-Chair Kenya Project
Engineers without Borders USA (EWB-USA) partners with communities to meet their basic human needs. They build footbridges to provide pathways pathways to opportunities, install solar panels to bring light where it is dark, dig for water so hope can spring from the ground. Each project builds the foundation for a community to thrive for years to come.

When:
Thursday, April 8th @ 12:00 CST

Join via Zoom Meeting

Meeting ID: 910 9003 5968
Passcode: 708264

AIAA Houston Lunch and Learn: Heritage Capabilities Enabling Deep Space Human Exploration Missions and Apollo vs. Artemis Mission Design

Please join us for 2 presentations (one by Ms. Sarah Shull and one by Ms. Nujoud Merancy) that are 20 minutes each with 20 minutes of Q&A to follow on:
Tuesday, 12/10
11:30 AM – 12:30 PM
NASA JSC B1 Room 620

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October 30 Lunch and Learn: The Moon: Looking Back and Looking Forward

Join the AIAA Houston Section and Dr. Stanley G. Love for a free lunch and learn (Bring your own lunch or enjoy a sandwich on us):
Wednesday, 10/30
11am-12:30pm
NASA Gilurth Center, Lone Star Room Mars Room (Due to the overwhelming response, the room has changed)

RSVP on the event page today!

The Moon: Looking Back and Looking Forward
Fifty years after the historic first landing of human explorers on the Moon, NASA astronaut and planetary scientist Dr. Stanley G. Love will review the motivations and accomplishments of the Apollo program, present an overview of NASA’s plans to return human explorers to the Moon’s surface in the next few years, and discuss what those explorers might do there after they land and plant the flag. Despite an impression that we’ve “been there and done that” with regard to our nearest celestial neighbor, the Moon offers much more than opportunities to build national prestige. It is a treasure trove of scientific and economic riches that we’ve only just begun to open. We hope you can join the discussion and learn about the amazing future that awaits us on the Moon