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NASA Lecture Series
May 1, 2001 2pm-4pm
Fayetteville State University

The videoconference from FSU will be streamed live through Goddard Space Flight Center. For information on how to download a free copy of RealPlayer 8.0 and how to log into the videoconference can be found at
Kathryn Clark, Ph.D.

NASA's Office of Biological and Physical Research (OBPR) creates unique cross-disciplinary research programs, bringing the basic sciences of physics, biology, and chemistry together with a wide range of engineering disciplines. Dr. Clark will discuss with participants NASA's newest enterprise (OBPR) and how they can use space research opportunities to improve academic achievement and the quality of life.

Katheryn Clark is the Space Station Chief Scientist in NASA's Office of Space Flight. She is on leave from the University of Michigan Medical School. As chief scientist, Dr. Clark coordinates the national and international research communities and serves as the advocate for research on the NASA Advisory Committees and Subcommittees responsible for the oversight of the International Space Station and related programs.
No registration fee. Refreshments will be provided.
Reserve your seat today by contacting:

Dr. Leo Edwards, Director
Math and Science Education Center
Fayetteville State University
Fayetteville, NC 28301
voice: (910)672-1669 Fax: (910)672-1862
Sponsored by
The MU-SPIN Office of Goddard Space Flight Center, Elizabeth City State University and Fayetteville State University
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