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Live Webinar with Q&A: Our Future in Space – Developments, Commercialization and Governance
May 6, 2020 @ 05:00 PM to May 6, 2020 @ - 06:00 PM
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About The Event
Join the Council for a live webinar dialogue and Q&A session with former NASA Chief Principal Engineer, Evelyn Miralles. Miralles will discuss recent developments in the space industry, sharing her perspective on developments in space technology, commercialization and regulations as we grow our presence in space.
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About The Speaker
Evelyn Rodriguez Miralles served as Chief Principal Engineer at NASA Johnson Space Center Houston Texas. An icon for female pioneers in the STEM field, her work at the Virtual Reality Laboratory at NASA furthered human spaceflight by training United States Astronauts to perform spacewalks and working outside a spacecraft in micro-gravity. Miralles is currently the Associate Vice president for Strategic Information Initiatives and Technology at the University of Houston Clear Lake.
How to Join the Online Program
Upon registration, you will receive an email with a link to access the live webinar. All registrants will receive a second email 24-hours before the event.
All participants will be able to submit questions to the speaker throughout the webinar. Participant questions will be addressed at the end of the interview/conversation. If you’d like to submit a question before the webinar, please email it to [email protected].
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This event is presented in partnership with CxC: Amplified, an inclusive Ideas Summit hosted by World Affairs Councils across the country. Join us this week for a host of online programming, including virtual events, conversations, debates and engagement opportunities.