The International Space University (ISU) Master of Space Studies class of 2019 (MSS19) participated in the annual Ekiden Race, introduced to ISU by visiting professor Gonglin Sun, himself a keen runner. MSS19 Farnoosh Sheini hangs up her bib and reports.

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Since 1994 a remarkable sculpture can be found in Strasbourg. It is called ‘Woman Walking to the Sky’, from the American sculptor Jonathan Borofsky. On a 25-meter pole a young woman climbs to the sky, under a 63-degree angle.

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A number of people have been very important in the development of the International Space University (ISU). One of them is Prof. R. Oosterlinck, who followed the ISU birth and growth now over 30 years. He gave remarkable contributions.

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“A picture is worth a thousand words”, said ISU Prof. Hugh Hill. International Space University (ISU) Master of Space Studies MSS19 student dr. Fabio Zecca, a medical doctor continues: “Never has this famous saying been more faithful to reality.

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ISU MSS19 students Scott Ritter and Abhishek Diggewadi report on the French classes offered by the International Space University ISU, on its central campus. Let’s focus on the French teachers of the Institut International d’Etudes Françaises (IIEF) of the University of Strasbourg.  

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#involvingeveryone was the hashtag and baseline for this 69th edition of the International Astronautical Congress #IAC18. There could not have been a more appropriate theme to fit with ISU’s 3Is, International, Intercultural and Interdisciplinary – and community – 4600 alumni from over 105 countries.

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Jim Dator enlightens Strasbourg: his very last class held at the International Space University (ISU) galvanizes the audience. ISU MSS19 student Dr. Fabio Zecca MD, reports. “Passion. A fundamental element for whomever would like to engage the teaching career.

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Marcello Ingrassia is a trainer and project designer, free-lancing for CVA (Communaute des Villes Ariane), Airbus,… He recently gave a workshop on “Group Dynamics, Team Building – Team Skills” at ISU, as part of the Master of Space Studies (MSS) curriculum.

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Master of Space Studies students are all fluent in English; still ISU organizes English classes for some of them who need to work on specific aspects of the language such as writing skills or pronunciation. These skills are very important, as during the academic year, students will have to hand out research papers and do individual presentations in front of diverse audiences.

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After the departure of Dr. Osborne, the International Space University (ISU) had an urgent need to hire a resident faculty in the field of space applications, at the same time able to potentially contribute to further development and research of projects.

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