Cuts to scientific research portends a lost generation of innovation

Professor Caroline Wagner has an editorial in The Hill, a newspaper in Washington, D.C., that focuses on politics and policy. She and co-author, Deborah Stine, Carnegie Mellon University, examine the impact of funding cuts to scientific and engineering research.

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Armstrong Space Symposium

The John Glenn College of Public Affairs and the College of Engineering sponsored the first ever Armstrong Space Symposium at the Ohio Union on Monday (5/8/17). The daylong event honoring Neil Armstrong featured panel discussions with Apollo astronauts, NASA, and other space agencies, as well as a keynote address by Dr. Michael D. Griffin, CEO of Schafer Corporation and a former NASA administrator.

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'Hidden Figures' panel discussion

Following Tuesday's (2/21/17) screening of the movie "Hidden Figures," Dr. Elizabeth Newton, director of the Battelle Center for Science and Technology Policy, moderated a Facebook Live panel discussion on race, gender, leadership and the importance of diversity and gender equity in the private and public sectors.

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Horacks leads U.N. symposiumM

Professor John Horack moderated an International Astronautical Federation symposium at the United Nations Conference on the Exploration and Peaceful Uses of Outer Space meeting in Vienna, Austria, Wednesday (2/8/17).

The event, titled “What is at Stake in Space in 2017 and 2018,” began with an introduction by International Astronautical Federation President Dr. Jean-Yves LeGall, followed by a keynote address from Dr. Sandy Magnus, president of the American Institute for Aeronautics and Astronautics. A moderated panel with seven speakers addressing "Views on Space — Why We Go" followed. In the last segment of the event, Prof. Dr. Johann-Dietrich Worner, director-general of the European Space Agency, delivered a keynote address that then led into a moderated panel discussion on "International Benefits from Space."