Growing up in Puerto Rico, a career in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) was an alien concept. In fact, when I mentioned that I wanted to be a scientist, everyone — except for my mom — laughed at me like I was out of my mind.
By Suzanne Kubler Electrical Engineer Larsha is a single mom. And for her, it’s the single most important role of her life — a life that was changed by a simple question from her son, Noah. When Noah was 11, he came home from school and asked if he could attend robotics camp. At the [...]Read More...
As one of the key flight controllers on the NG-15 mission that sent the S.S. Katherine Johnson Cygnus spacecraft to the International Space Station in February 2021, I had what you could call a full-circle moment.
In partnership with Northrop Grumman in the UK, the Royal Air Force Museum is offering UK students a once-in-a-life-time opportunity to stay on base at RAF Cosford and immerse themselves in aerospace engineering and technology.
Out of this World Pen-Pals: Meg regularly corresponds with students, sending career advice, and information on the Northrop Grumman space program.
If you would have told me when I was a young boy growing up on a Colorado dairy farm that I would get the opportunity to design, build and test rocket motors for a living, I never would have believed you.
José is a systems engineer with a deep passion for STEM outreach and diversity, equity and inclusion.