NASA has announced the recipients of its annual Established Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (EPSCoR) grants, providing a total of more than $10.8 million across 15 institutions over three years to support scientific and technical research. This research aligns with agency’ priorities, including understanding our changing environment and advancing long-term exploration on the Moon through Artemis
NASA Experts Go on Tour with The Color of Space Documentary
NASA TV producer of “The Color of Space” Jori Kates gives remarks prior to the screening of the documentary at Howard University’s Cramton Auditorium in Washington, Saturday, June 18, 2022. Premiering on Juneteenth, the federal holiday commemorating the end of slavery in the United States, “The Color of Space” is an inspirational documentary that tells the stories of NASA’s Black astronauts determined to reach the stars.
LA County Launches Fair Chance Hiring Program to Give System-Impacted Individuals an Equal Chance at Employment
LA County Supervisor Holly Mitchell and Department Of Economic Opportunity Announce Goal to Secure 200 Local Businesses Committed to Hiring System-Impacted Jobseekers.
Brett Mufson Announced as President and CEO of Fontainebleau Las Vegas
Fontainebleau Las Vegas will feature approximately 3,700 luxury hotel rooms, 550,000 square feet of convention space, and a world-class collection of restaurants, shops, and more.
University of Phoenix College of Doctoral Studies Releases Whitepaper Examining Underrepresentation of African American Women in Corporate Senior Level Leadership
The whitepaper aims to understand what is missing from Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) initiatives to successfully promote more African American women into senior-level positions.
UBILITE Hires Peter Gammel as its New CEO
UBILITE announced today that Peter L. Gammel has joined the company as its new CEO. Mr. Gammel most recently held the position of vice president and CTO of the Mobile and Wireless Infrastructure Business Unit at GlobalFoundries.
MENTOR Celebrates National Mentoring Month
MENTOR Chief Impact Officer Tim Wills says, “As we build back from a pandemic that disconnected so many of our young people from important relationships in schools and their communities, we have a keen awareness of the power of mentoring to help youth form identities, feel seen and heard, and forge their own paths to success. National Mentoring Month is our call to action for caring adults in our nation to step up and become a mentor to ensure every young person has someone they can call on.”
Is a 4-Day Work Week a Good Idea? A Pioneering Pilot Proves a Huge Success
More than 30 companies and almost 1,000 employees in countries including the US, Ireland and Australia concluded a six-month 4 day week pilot program.
Redwire Promotes Executive Vice President Mike Gold to Chief Growth Officer
Prior to joining Redwire, Gold was NASA’s Associate Administrator for Space Policy and Partnerships, Acting Associate Administrator for the Office of International and Interagency Relations, and Senior Advisor to the Administrator for International and Legal Affairs.
Firefly Aerospace Names Former GE Senior Executive Dan Fermon as COO
Prior to joining Firefly Fermon was a Vice President at AE Industrial Partners, (“AEI”), a U.S.-based private equity firm specializing in aerospace, defense & government services, space, power & utility services, and specialty industrial markets.