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How NASA Came to Cleveland: Feds in the Area Series @ KSL
2nd in a series, "Feds in the Area" Friday 2/26 features the NASA Glenn Research Center. Anne Power, NASA History Officer, comes to Kelvin Smith Library to share how Cleveland business collaborated & positioned for one of the first NASA sites.
In national as well as local news, our NASA research center has a long history, from AERL to NACA to NASA, from NASA Lewis to NASA Glenn. Learn more about Glenn as one of the 3 research centers, our supersonic wind tunnel, or why our research center's work keeps your airplane up in the air in the winter!
Join us for local history & information about early business collaboration & NASA history, with a unique insider look at research as a long-standing integral part of NE Ohio.
Print the flyer How NASA Came to Cleveland & share with a colleague!
Q&A: Did You Know...about Case & NASA in the early years?
In 1958 Case Institute of Technology President T. Keith Glennan took a 3-year leave from campus to serve as the 1st administrator of the newly-formed/renamed NASA agency.
Posted by Karen Oye on February 15, 2010 07:36 PM