Thursday, March 5th | 6:30pm | LaSelles Stewart Center

Pillar: PROFESSIONAL

NASA astronaut Donald R. Pettit ('78 B.S., Chemical Engineering) has logged more than 370 days in space, including a six-month stay aboard the International Space Station and over 13 spacewalk hours. A native of Silverton, Oregon, Pettit was inducted into the Oregon State Engineering Hall of Fame in 2013. He is celebrated for his many contributions as a staff scientist and flight engineer — not the least of which is his invention of the zero-gravity coffee cup. Join us, as he shares discoveries and insights from his 24-year career in the space program.

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