From: Elizabeth B. Ward [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Friday, March 02, 2001 11:26 AM
Subject: Invitation to Aero-Tech Events
I'd like to invite the Space Grant/EPSCoR research community to attend a Research Symposium to be held at the NASA Langley Research Center May 18, 2001. Details about how to register, hotels, preliminary agenda, etc. can be found on our web site http://sats.nasa.gov click on EVENTS on left margin of first page.
An overlapping event, sponsored by NASA Headquarters Office of Aero-Space Technology, will take place in Washington, DC May 15-17.
The Turning Goals into Reality Conference web site has all the details:
Finally, NASA Langley will host a public Open House on Saturday April 28 from 9 am to 4 pm. Several of the Center's facilities, including wind tunnels and the NASA Hangar, will be open to the public should you be in the area and want to attend.
Good luck with your March meetings in DC. As always, I am an ardent Space Grant/EPSCoR supporter and wish you much success.
Elizabeth B. Ward, Ed.D.
|Dear Space Grant, ASA, EPSCoR and other Representatives,
Please see the attached e-mail about the May 18th research symposium at NASA
Langley Research Center. A key focus will be the Small Aircraft Transportation
System. Please forward to all persons interested in aeronautic research.
Brent D. Bowen
I would like to invite all the Space Grant, ASA, EPSCoR and other program
representatives to attend a Research Symposium at NASA Langley Research Center
May 18th 2001 in Hampton, VA. Details are available on the NASA SATS web
site, http://sats.nasa.gov/ under EVENTS
The symposium will offer an excellent opportunity for researchers to find ways
of working with NASA Langley researchers in areas of aero-space technology,
various types of engineering, space science, structures and materials, Earth
science, and computer
science. A detailed agenda of the symposium will be posted on or
before May 1.
No registration fee is required. Hotel reservations are handled by
individual attendees through the Courtyard Marriott in Yorktown, VA.
Details about how to register and hotel reservations are on the web
Could you please pass this announcement along to any and all NASA/ASA aeronautic
communities on your distribution lists?
Thanks very much,
Elizabeth B. Ward, Ed.D.
Outreach and Education Coordinator
General Aviation Program Office
Mail Stop 261
6 East Taylor Street
Bldg. 1244, Room 105
NASA Langley Research Center
Hampton, VA 23681-0001
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