A Conversation with NASA Astronaut Dr. Jessica Meir
Virtual with Student PANEL Q&A
Thursday, November 16 6:00 p.m.
One of Time Magazine's 100 Most Influential People of 2020
Hear the inspirational journey of NASA Astronaut Dr. Jessica Meir. Born to Israeli and Swedish immigrants, she made history with the first all-female spacewalk at the International Space Station in 2019. A scientist who researched the physiology of animals in extreme environments before joining Lockheed Martin to test human limits as an aquanaut in NASA’s Extreme Environment Mission Operations (NEEMO), learn about the unexpected turns on the road to achieving her dream of becoming an astronaut.
STUDENT PARTICIPATION OPPORTUNITY:
Students can submit questions for Dr. Meir and automatically be invited to a student-only exclusive event after-party with Dr. Jessica Meir. In addition, they will be considered to be a part of a live-virtual student panel!
Click here for the student Google Form
The Google Form is for students to submit questions to Dr. Meir and apply to be considered for the LIVE Q&A segment (extra time commitment).