Posts Tagged ‘Stennis Space Center’

October 8, 2012- Chuck McIntosh

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Brown replaces White

Rear Adm. Brian B. Brown has relieved Rear Adm. Jonathan W. White as commander of the Naval Meteorology and Oceanography Command at Stennis Space Center. Brown most recently served as deputy oceanographer of the Navy in Washington, D.C. He previously served as commanding officer and executive officer of the Naval Oceanographic Office at Stennis Space […] [...]

Milroy conducting experiment

by Published: August 6,2012

Tags: Scott Milroy, Southern Miss, Stennis Space Center

Scott Milroy, a University of Southern Mississippi assistant professor, is embarking on a year long project to grow a form of blue-green algae in incubation chambers at the Stennis Space Center in Hancock County. Milroy hopes to mimic conditions that exist on the surface of Mars. NASA has provided funding for the research. Milroy says […] [...]

Brown to lead Stennis

The Naval Meteorology and Oceanography Command at Stennis Space Center is getting a new commander. Navy Secretary Ray Mabus says Capt. Brian B. Brown is being promoted to rear admiral and will be posted to Stennis. A news release says Brown is currently executive assistant to the director for oceanography, space, and maritime domain awareness […] [...]

Wiesenberg appointed provost

University of Southern Mississippi vice president for research Dr. Denis Wiesenburg has been named the university’s next provost, pending approval by the Mississippi Board of Trustees of State Institutions of Higher Learning. The change is effective July 1. Wiesenburg, who has served as the university’s vice president for research since 2010, also became interim provost […] [...]

NSSC promotes Dubuisson

Rebecca Dubuisson is the new deputy director of the NASA Shared Services Center (NSSC). Dubuisson has 24 years of experience in business administration including acquisition management, institutional management, and financial management. She began her NASA career in 1988 at the Stennis Space Center (SSC) as a procurement analyst in the Procurement and Business Management Office. […] [...]

White going to Pentagon

A Navy officer at Stennis Space Center is getting a promotion to the Pentagon. A Defense Department news release says Rear Adm. Jonathan W. White will be director of the Navy’s oceanography, space and maritime domain awareness division in Washington. White is currently commander of the naval meteorology and oceanography command at Stennis. [...]

The hope of SPACE

by Published: August 15,2010

Tags: NASA, Patrick Scheuermann, Stennis Space Center

Stennis director remembers Hurricane Katrina, promises to carry on the space center’s legacy The most difficult day in Patrick Scheuermann’s career as a NASA executive had nothing to do with outer space. “I had just been assigned to be the chief operating officer for the Michoud Assembly Facility (in New Orleans),” Scheuermann said. “Friday — […] [...]

Alabama company earns $26M Stennis contract

HANCOCK COUNTY — NASA’s John C. Stennis Space Center has awarded a contract to A2 Research, JV, of Huntsville, Ala., to provide technical laboratory services at the center. The firm, fixed-priced contract is valued at $26 million. It includes a one-year base contract period, plus a one-year option and one three-year option period. Highly specialized […] [...]

Scheuermann elevated to Stennis director

by Published: March 7,2010

Tags: Patrick Scheuermann, Stennis Space Center

Patrick Scheuermann, the deputy director at the Stennis Space Center in Hancock County, has been named the center’s director. NASA Administrator Charles F. Bolden made the announcement March 1 in Washington. Arthur E. “Gene” Goldman, who has been the director of Stennis since Nov. 2008, was named deputy director of Marshall Space Flight Center in […] [...]

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