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Embry-Riddle’s New Degree Program in Commercial Space Operations to Sponsor Teachers in Space Summer Workshops

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June 11, 2013 – Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University’s new Commercial Space Operations degree program, the first of its kind in the world, will sponsor Teachers in Space summer workshops for the next five years. A project of the Space Frontier Foundation (SFF), Teachers in Space stimulates student interest in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) by…

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Executive Director on Illinois Public Media

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On Friday, February 1st, Illinois Public Media did an hour-long segment on the post-Columbia changes at NASA and the transition to greater utilization of the private sector. Our Executive Director, Jonathan Card, was privileged to join Michael Lopez-Alegria of the Commercial Spaceflight Federation and Philippe Geubelle, a Professor of Aerospace Engineering at the UIUC and the…

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SEDS NewSpace in onlineMBA.com

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The SEDS Student Business Plan Competition, sponsored by the Space Frontier Foundation, has been listed in the onlineMBA.com list of 40 prestigious business plan competitions worldwide. The Space Frontier Foundation is very proud to be sponsoring this event and we intend to continue it in the future. Read more about the listing here and about…

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Quoted in Forbes

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In Carol Pinchefsky’s piece in Forbes about Richard Branson and his desire to go to Mars, our ED is quoted outlining the reasons that choosing between Mars and LEO is a false choice. To get to Mars for a settlement, LEO must lead the way. http://onforb.es/Psei6Y

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