We were pleased to have Jody Singer, Director of NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC), and Matt Massey, President of the Alabama School of Cyber Technology & Engineering (ASCTE) on our call on September 16.
Singer discussed various updates, including the recent FY 2019 Economic Impact Report for MSFC, new movement on Space Launch System Development, Human Landing System, and how the Marshall workforce is doing with teleworking.
Massey talked about the start of the school year. This is the first year for ASCTE, which is a state magnet school. Students are housed in a temporary location on Oakwood University’s campus, and they are also attending classes there. The school’s permanent location will be at the corner of Bradford Drive and Wynn Drive in Cummings Research Park, and construction will start soon.