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  • Dr. William Moore Presents Keynote Lecture for the Virginia Space Grant Student Research Symposium

    4/11/14

    Dr. Moore makes a point.

    Hampton University hosted the 2014 Virginia Space Grant Student Research Symposium highlighting the dozens of research projects undertaken by Virginia high-school, undergraduate, and graduate students with the support of the Virginia Space Grant Consortium (VSGC). Students presented in oral and poster sessions during the day, demonstrating the wide range of topics VSGC fellows are contributing to. From denitrifying bacteria that generate oxygen to software methods for optimizing design of future space structures, students are helping to advance the frontiers of knowledge.

    The luncheon honoring the 2014 Student Fellows included presentations by Mary Sandy, VSGC Director, Dr. JoAnn Haysbert, Hampton University Executive Vice President, and staff members from the offices of VA Senator Tim Kaine, and ODU President John Broderick. The Keynote Lecture was given by APS faculty member William Moore on the exploration of Europa.

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