Summit Technical Solutions, LLC (STS) has chosen a sponsorship for the 31st Space Symposium that attendees will take in hand many times during the four-day event -- the Pocket Program Agenda, a conveniently-sized quick-reference guide to the Symposium's daily activities.
Student tours of the Ball Aerospace Exhibit Center during the 31st Space Symposium are designed to inspire the students' interest in aerospace careers, or those focusing on science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). The tours are arranged with teachers who are part of the Space Foundation's elite Teacher Liaison program.
The New Generation Space Leaders Program at the 31st Space Symposium will include a valuable networking opportunity on Wednesday morning, the New Generation Space Leaders Breakfast, co-sponsored by Cobham, formerly Aeroflex. The New Generation program helps young professionals gain visibility and exposure to senior leaders while getting advice and insight on career development.
Fisher Space Pen Co. is a co-sponsor of the Space Foundation's International Student Art Contest Exhibit, displayed at the 31st Space Symposium in the Ball Aerospace Exhibit Pavilion. For the 2015 contest, 3,686 entries were submitted by children ages 3-18 from 53 countries. In 1948, Paul Fisher vowed to develop and manufacture the world's most dependable writing instruments. His small pocket pen, the Fisher® Bullet was an immediate success and continues to be the company's biggest seller.
For the 31st Space Symposium, Pulsed Harmonix will participate as a Wellness Stop in the Ball Aerospace Exhibit Center Pavilion.
The Wellness Stop will offer therapy sessions on the Pulsed Harmonix TruePulse A2000 PEMF (Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy) wellness device, to relieve aches and pains, a welcome relief during the busy Symposium week.
Space Foundation Contributing Member Booz Allen Hamilton will co-sponsor the 31st Space Symposium's Speaker Support Center, providing a secure and relaxing area for speakers to review their notes before taking the stage. The Speaker Support Center is located in The Broadmoor's International Center, site of the main Symposium program.