SGAC is proud to announce that through the generous support of the Embry Riddle Aeronautical University it was possible to sponsor two outstanding Embry-Riddle students, Jaclyn Wiley and Christopher Stockdale, to attend the 69th International Astronautical Congress in Bremen, Germany from 01 – 05 October 2018.
Jaclyn Wiley is a senior at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University pursuing a Bachelor’s Degree in Spaceflight Operations with minors in Business Administration, Human Factors Psychology, Aerospace Life Sciences, Occupational Safety and Health and International Relations. Jaclyn has worked for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) three times, with two of those times being in support of commercial spaceflight development and commercial human spaceflight development. She was also accepted to the International Astronautical Congress, where she presented a paper on an innovative educational program that I helped to develop at Embry-Riddle. This project is called Project ATLANTIS (Applied Technology Learning Activities for Non-Traditional Instruction in Space.
In response to the scholarship, Jaclyn wrote:
“The Embry-Riddle SGC scholarship is providing me with a life-changing opportunity to meet and work with my peers from around the world.”
Christopher Stockdale is a Bachelor’s student of Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University focusing in Human Factors Psychology as well as Space Operations and Policy. Christopher is currently an intern with the German Aerospace Center, Institute of Flight Guidance.
In response to the scholarship, Christopher wrote:
“I am humbled to have received such support from Embry-Riddle and the SGC and IAC teams. Many thanks to the organizers, speakers, and supporting professionals that made both the events and my attendance possible.”