Founded in 1987, ISU is the world’s leading private, non-profit institution of higher education, dedicated to the development of outer space for peaceful purposes through international, intercultural and interdisciplinary education and research programs.
The term of two members at the ISU Academic Council (AC) expired and therefore elections were organized under the leadership of the present AC Chairperson, Su-Yin Tan, and following the streamlined procedure.
As it is now becoming a tradition, the Board of Directors of the Association of Space Explorers (ASE) has selected a participant of the International Space University’s (ISU) Space Studies Program SSP17 to receive their yearly scholarship award.
Thanks to the generosity of Professor Reddy, Laboratory for Hypersonic and Shockwave Research (LHSR), Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bangalore, the International Space University (ISU) now has a new research tool, the “Reddy Shock Tube”.
Daniel Sackey an alumnus of the Space Studies Program 2016, currently a Space Management and Business teaching associate at SSP17 hosted by CIT in Cork Ireland, interviewed his SSP16 classmate Nahum in the framework of the Arthur C Clarke, ISU’s first chancellor, panel.
Jenna Tiwana is carrying out her internship as part of the International Space University’s Master of Space Studies program at Inmarsat, the industry leader and pioneer of mobile satellite communications.
"From an empty hangar skeleton, to the largest wind tunnel in the world, walking through the NASA Ames campus is like walking through a museum of historic space events – except that this adventure takes you from the past to the future" said Linda Dao a Master of Space Studies (MSS) program participant at the International Space University (ISU).
For ISU’s 30th Space Studies Program (SSP) anniversary, an exciting and very interactive panel took place in Cork on 5th July 2017. Four astronauts with different backgrounds participated in the panel discussion.
At the occasion of the Airshow at Le Bourget, the Korea Aerospace Research Institute and the International Space University signed on 19 June 2017 an agreement covering several potential fields of common cooperation.
The International Space University (ISU) has established a strong relationship with Beihang University, previously known as Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics. Beihang was the host of the Space Studies Program in 2007. This is where Maouchun Zhai is carrying out the MSS17 internship.