Monthly Archive Index for KSL News Blog
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.
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KSL Research Spotlight Feb.2010--History of Black Economic Empowerment
From Documenting the American South to collections of images, art, statistics, and other digital exhibits at Case and elsewhere (Library of Congress, New York Public Library, PBS, and more) the February 2010 Research Spotlight illuminates the African American experience through rich resources.
KSL presents scholarly & unique collections for your learning & research projects:
• Search the past, Digital Schomburg, 19th century images, many categories (New York Public Library)
• Hear African Voices, a rich, dynamic, interactive site (Smithsonian)
• Explore Ohio Historical Society and see Ohio African American history.
Use Case Libraries' eHRAF for ethnography, Ethnic Newswatch & other new avenues of research for poetry, JSTOR scholarly journals, scholarly texts, history, and more, on the February 2010 KSL Research Spotlight!
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