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Featured Experts: The 50th Anniversary of the Moon Landing

  • Astrophysics Jack Singal, physics professor who worked at NASA, can discuss the legacy of the Moon Landing and all we have learned about the moon since then.
  • Heroic Leadership Scott Allison, a psychology professor, can discuss the influence and inspiration of astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin.
  • Hidden Figures Della Dumbaugh, professor of mathematics, can speak about Hidden Figures, which focuses on the African-American women who contributed to the space program.
  • The Space Race Joe Essid, an English professor and Writing Center director, explores the Moon Landing through the lenses of fiction, journalism, documentary, and dramatic film.
  • Rocketry Jerry Gilfoyle, a physics professor, has worked on policy touching on rocketry with regards to nuclear arms proliferation and the associated missile technology.

Need an Expert? Contact Us

Cynthia Price
Director of Media & PR

cprice2@richmond.edu
804-287-6659

Sunni Brown
Assistant Director of Media & PR

sbrown5@richmond.edu
804-289-8056

Lindsey Campbell
Media Relations Specialist

lcampbe4@richmond.edu
804-287-6317

President pens column on importance of mentorshipPresident Ronald A. Crutcher coauthored "The Importance of Mentorships," which appeared in Diverse: Issues in Higher Education. Crutcher penned the piece with Christopher B. Howard, who is president of Robert Morris University.

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