The Strasbourg branch of Women In Aerospace Europe organizes a talk with Dr. Angie Bukley, former Dean and Vice President for Academics and Research of the International Space University (ISU). Dr. Bukley has always had a strong passion for STEM education and enjoys sharing the knowledge and experience she has gained from her professional career.
The event will give members the possibility to get tips, advice and constructive talks with an experienced mentor.
- Date: 20 February 2020
- Time: 17:00 – 18:00
- Place: ISU, International Space University, 1, rue JD Cassini , 67400 Illkirch, France
DR. ANGIE BUKLEY is Senior Strategist and Chief Systems Engineer for the Strategic Assessments and Studies Division, Civil Systems Group, The Aerospace Corporation.
With over 30 years of professional experience, Dr. Bukley’s career has spanned a broad range of defense and space systems research, analysis, design, and technical management. She holds a PhD from the University of Alabama in Huntsville, having completed her MS and BS degrees at Mississippi State University.
In 2009, she was invited to join the International Space University (ISU) at their Central Campus in Strasbourg, France to serve as associate dean and Space Studies Program (SSP) director. In 2011, she was promoted to Dean and Vice President for Academics and Research. She served in that position until the fall of 2014.
Dr. Bukley is an alumna of the ISU SSP 1993. She has nearly 100 technical publications to her credit, including four books, and has received over 20 awards for technical merit. Awards of note include a NASA Research and Technology award, the University of Alabama Huntsville Distinguished Engineering Alumni Academy Award, the Ohio University Martin E. and Ann D. White Teaching Award; and the International Academy of Astronautics Life Science Book of the Year 2008. She is a Member of the World Economic Forum Global Futures Council on Space Technology, and active in the American Institute for Aeronautics and Astronautics, American Astronautical Society, International Federation for Automatic Control, the American Society for Engineering Education, the International Council on Systems Engineering, and Women in Aerospace.
The event is open and free for current members of WIA-E Strasbourg.
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