Career paths in the space sector and career opportunities after graduation
As part of NASA's international initiative - Observe the Moon night* (moon.nasa.gov/observe-the-moon-night/) there will be a space event at the Silesian University of Technology! Polish Space Agency together with the Student Council of PAK organizes a series of events throughout the country. On Thursday 14.10 (at 12:00) at the Silesian University of Technology Faculty of Architecture (aula 014, X) there will be a lot about space: the special guest of the event is Sławomir Nichczyński - Chief Specialist of the Department of Education of the Polish Space Agency, who will talk about career paths in the space sector and opportunities for professional development after graduation. Also students of Silesian University of Technology will talk about their space projects and initiatives. At 13:00 there will be an online lecture inaugurating the International Moon Observation Night in Poland - John F. Hall (former Director of Export Control and Interagency Cooperation at NASA, currently an expert at the Polish Space Agency) will speak. The topic of the online lecture is: "Apollo & Artemis and Future Plans for Moon Exploration". You are welcome! Seats are limited.
Organizer: Polish Space Agency, Faculty of Architecture of Silesian University of Technology, Students Council to the President of Polish Space Agency
Patronage: dr hab. inż. arch. Klaudiusz Fross, Prof. of Silesian University of Technology, Dean of the Faculty of Architecture
*International Lunar Observation Night (for the first time in Poland) is a global initiative organized by NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter mission and NASA's Solar System Research Division at the Robert H. Goddard Space Flight Center. Polish Space Agency is its regional representative. The purpose of the series of events is, among others, to spread knowledge about the Moon and the completed and planned space missions.