After the departure of Dr. Osborne, the International Space University (ISU) had an urgent need to hire a resident faculty in the field of space applications, at the same time able to potentially contribute to further development and research of projects.

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On 6 September 2018 the traditional combined closing ceremony for the outgoing class and opening ceremony of the new incoming class took place in ISU in the presence of dignitaries, staff and friends of ISU, as well as family of the students.

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“And with that, I officially close SSP18, the 31st Space Studies Program of the International Space University. Thank you all for joining us to celebrate this voyage, and for this special evening.” Concluded ISU SSP Director Dr. Omar Hatamleh.

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ISU MSS18 Canadian student Kwasi Nkansah tells us about his experience at the European Space Agency’s European Astronaut Center (EAC) based in Cologne, Germany. The EAC team is made up of more than 100 professionals, complemented by staff from DLR, CNES and from industry.

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One of ISU’s goals is to promote its alumni to the best positions at the best companies within the space industry. During SSP18, Neta Vizel launched a new program providing participants with an updated, innovative strategy and tools to effectively manage their career.

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After having successfully managed and expanded its activities as President, Dr. Michael Simpson left ISU in 2011. He then took over the leadership as Executive Director of the Secure World Foundation (SWF). This foundation has taken as its objectives the following…

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“From the moment you enter NASA Ames Research Park and face the Space Shuttle model that was once tested here in the world’s biggest wind tunnel, you can’t help but to feel inspired to go work and contribute to the future of space exploration.

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ISU Vice-Chancellor Prof. Pascale Ehrenfreund welcomed over 160 ISU alumni, gathered for the International Space University’s annual alumni conference. It took place this year at TU Delft, The Netherlands, one of the three locations where the Space Studies Program SSP18 is hosted.

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During the astronaut panel of ISU’s Space Studies Program SSP17 in Cork, Ireland, one of the invited astronauts, Paolo Nespoli, was not able to attend as he was in quarantine for his next long-duration flight to the International Space Station (ISS).

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In close cooperation with the Eurometropole of Strasbourg, ISU has continued to plan for entrepreneurial activities at its campus. A next important step has been reached by obtaining the COSPACE label for Booster activities. This label has been created by an inter-ministerial agreement.

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