Dr. Steinberg discusses NASA ULI project with NASA Deputy Administrator and Members of Congress.

Aerospace Engineering School at Georgia Tech (AE) faculty members and students recently welcomed NASA Deputy Administrator Pam Melroy to campus for a tour of AE labs. Melroy was joined by Georgia Congressmen Rich McCormick (6th district) and Mike Collins (10th district), who both serve on the House of Representatives’ Science, Space, and Technology Committee.


AE Professors Mitchell Walker and Adam Steinberg guided the trio and their guests through two signature AE facilities that conduct NASA-sponsored research.


Full story here: https://ae.gatech.edu/news/2023/09/nasa-deputy-administrator-visits-georgia-tech


Earlier in the day, DA Melroy and Congresswoman Nikema Williams (5th district) held an event at Spelman College, where the NASA ULI partnership in the Combustion Lab was highlighted. Full story here: https://www.spelman.edu/about-us/news-and-events/news-releases/2023/09/01/spelman-college-welcomes-congresswoman-nikema-williams-and-nasa-deputy-administrator-pam-melroy-to-discuss-increasing-diversity-in-stem


Photo Credit: NASA