Michael Klooster, an Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University-Prescott (ERAU) graduate, was sponsored by ERAU Space Grant for a 2021 internship at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center. Michael is now a contractor with KBR and works at NASA Johnson Space Center with the Artemis Crew Health Team as a Crew Health Integrator for Orion!
ERAU Space Grant Success Stories
One of the club’s newest members said she’s learned a lot since joining. “I really like the hands-on opportunity and the ability to expand my knowledge,” said Winona Roulston, Mechanical Engineering. “You get to practice things like coding and soldering, and you learn concepts that you are going to be applying in your day-to-day career.”
He is one of 25 individuals selected for the five-year fellowship. Recipients are nominated based on proven talent and extraordinary originality and dedication to their creative pursuits.
Moriba Jah, the keynote speaker for this year's AZSGC Symposium, is a leader in the field of space traffic management, coordinating the movement of satellites, spent rocket bodies, debris, and other objects in space.