The NASA Office of STEM Engagement (OSTEM), in collaboration with the Office of Procurement (OP), Office of Small Business Programs (OSBP), Space Technology Mission Directorate (STMD) and the Science Mission Directorate (SMD), is hosting a virtual NASA HBCU/MSI Technology Infusion Road Tour.
Representatives from Historically Black Colleges and Universities and Minority-Serving Institutions will have the opportunity to gain insight and strategies on how to pursue procurement and technical opportunities with the Agency.
UH Ventures and NASA Glenn Research Center invite you to the next installment of the Health Voyagers Series, New Frontiers: Innovating for Systemness and Well-being.
ABOUT THE EVENT:
NASA ventures fearlessly into the unknown. A national beacon of innovation, the agency is no stranger to setting bold objectives, pursuing daunting missions, and innovating rapidly. University Hospitals has overcome formidable challenges over its 150+ year history in response to the needs of our community. UH is in a state of transformation once again, with COVID-19 as the catalyst for our own venture into the unknown. UH is re-envisioning healthcare, starting with purposefully designing our own organization as a fully connected, adaptive system. By achieving systemness and embracing unchartered territories, UH will serve as a guardian of well-being of Northeast Ohio.
What can we learn from NASA to ensure that UH and our peers across the nation continue to pursue this role? What will it take for healthcare to fully accept the torch of innovation in America, as NASA did in the 20th century?
Join us Friday, November 13th for an illuminating discussion between UH and NASA. We are exploring the unlikely parallels between space exploration and the next era of healthcare. The day will feature a variety of panels, and keynote addresses featuring NASA executives, scientists, and astronauts, as well as UH leaders, researchers, and clinicians. Topics include Next Generation Mission Control, Remote Monitoring, Astronautics and Athletics, and many more.
We will be adding more information to this page shortly, including: speaker bios, agenda, panel topics and more!
Join the Ohio Aerospace Institute (OAI) for expert insights on the current state of the global aerospace market and what to expect moving forward. OAI will host this digital event with the support of the Northeast Ohio District Export Council and the International Trade Administration.
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About this Event
On November 4, hear from experts at the International Trade Administration as well as aerospace specialists from six U.S. Embassies. This virtual event offers information for aerospace companies looking for new global aerospace business opportunities.
9:30-9:45 a.m.: Ohio Aerospace Institute President and CEO John M. Sankovic will discuss the Ohio Aerospace Outlook
9:45-10 a.m.: Peter Lengyel, President & CEO Safran USA will moderate the Embassy panel at 11:30 a.m., and provide an update on the aerospace market from a tier-1 perspective.
10-10:15 a.m. Write State Applied Research Corp (WSARC) CEO & President Dennis Andersh will provide an update on the revolution coming for Aerospace & Space and how companies can assist and position themselves for the future.
10:15-10:45 a.m.: The International Trade Administration’s Kim Wells will discuss the current global market trends impacting the aerospace, defense and commercial space sectors. This information will help Ohio companies identify potential obstacles and opportunities, in order to navigate the current uncertain environment.
10:45 -10:50 a.m. Five minute break
10:50 a.m.- 11:30 a.m.: U.S. Embassy Aerospace Specialists along with aerospace experts from the UK, France, Canada, Denmark and Brazil will provide updates on their respective countries.
11:30 – Noon: Question and Answer Panel moderated by Peter Lengyel
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Join G2G for a webinar designed for nonprofits to share insights and tips on how to effectively advocate for your organization and cause before Congress, the Statehouse and even local government. Advocacy with impact is key for nonprofits to educate on critical issues, raise your visibility, develop strong relationships, influence policies and decision-making, and increase funding for programs and your organization!