“The International Space University’s Space Studies Program SSP17 Space Humanities (HUM) department embraced their best Irish Indiana Jones for a day at Lough Gur.  Just 21km from Limerick, Lough Gur is an ancient archaeological site teeming with history. 

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As now traditional, during the ISU SSP17 alumni weekend and conference, a football match was organized between the Space Studies Program SSP17 participants and the alumni and staff.

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“Ever trained like an astronaut before?  Me neither - until now!” said social media savvy Tara Foster, Space Studies Program (SSP17) External Relations assistant.

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“Anwendungszentrum GmbH Oberpfaffenhofen (AZO) is a close knit family of 25 employees with Mr. Thorsten Rudolph and Ms. Stefanie Herrmann at the helm” reports ISU Master of Space Studies MSS17 Melissa Fernandes.

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“I am currently working at the newly-formed office of ispace-inc., Europe in Luxembourg City. Currently, our office has four employees, two of whom are interns, and the managing director of our office is MSS15 alum Kyle Acierno.” writes Joshua Rasera. 

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The term of two members at the ISU Academic Council (AC) expired and therefore elections were organized under the leadership of the present AC Chairperson, Su-Yin Tan, and following the streamlined procedure.

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Daniel Sackey an alumnus of the Space Studies Program 2016, currently a Space Management and Business teaching associate at SSP17 hosted by CIT in Cork Ireland, interviewed his SSP16 classmate Nahum in the framework of the Arthur C Clarke, ISU’s first chancellor, panel.

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"From an empty hangar skeleton, to the largest wind tunnel in the world, walking through the NASA Ames campus is like walking through a museum of historic space events – except that this adventure takes you from the past to the future" said Linda Dao a Master of Space Studies (MSS) program participant at the International Space University (ISU).

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At the occasion of the Airshow at Le Bourget, the Korea Aerospace Research Institute and the International Space University signed on 19 June 2017 an agreement covering several potential fields of common cooperation.

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As it is now becoming a tradition, the Board of Directors of the Association of Space Explorers (ASE) has selected a participant of the International Space University’s (ISU) Space Studies Program SSP17 to receive their yearly scholarship award.

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