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Griffin Receives Honor for Book
Photo by Lisa Helfert.
Alumnus Michael Griffin, Ph.D. '77, aerospace engineering, and head of NASA, was honored earlier this fall along with James French, his co-author on Space Vehicle Design, 2nd Edition.
The American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) presented Griffin and French with its Summerfield Book Award, which goes to the best book published by the AIAA each year.
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