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Join us as we welcome NASA Engineer Dr. Aprille Ericsson to campus November 17-18.

Dr. Ericsson’s Path to NASA Thurs., Nov. 17 2 p.m., Century Theater. Open to all NDSU students and faculty. A brief reception will follow the presentation. Dr. Ericsson will describe the career trajectory that has led to her role as the Capture (Mission) Manager for a proposed Astrophysics Mid-sized Class Explorer, STAR-X.

 Let’s Go to Mars, Thurs., Nov. 17, 7 p.m., NDSU Reineke Fine Arts Center. This event is free and open to all agesWith more than 25 years at NASA, Dr. Ericsson has a passion for space exploration. Join us on a “mission to Mars” as Ericsson describes NASA’s role in space—where we’ve been and what we need to consider as we roam the heavens.

Giving Technical Presentations Fri., Nov. 18 10:00 a.m., Century Theater Open to all regional university students. Dr. Ericsson shares her expertise in the art of giving interesting and clear presentations on technical topics. This valuable skill can give you an edge in your career.

Dr. Ericsson’s visit is sponsored by the College of Graduate and Interdisciplinary Studies, the Office of Teaching and Learning, the Division of Student Affairs, the Office for Research and Creative Activity, and the College of Engineering.

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