International Space University/Secure World Foundation Partnership Continues in Cork, Ireland

Monday, July 31, 2017

The International Space University’s Space Studies Program (SSP) changes location every year with this year’s edition taking place in Cork, Ireland. This year, SWF Executive Director Michael Simpson and Space Law Advisor Christopher Johnson joined former SWF Executive Director Ray Williamson to bring several elements of SWF’s insight into space sustainability to the highly intense learning experience. In addition to engaging in many informal interactions with students representing 26 different countries, throughout a “school” day that often exceeded 14 hours, Johnson and Williamson provided instruction and workshop leadership in the Policy, Economics and Law Department while Simpson supported two team projects and lead a workshop in the Space Management and Business Department on the role disruptive technology plays in shaping the business environment. Next year’s SSP will be in the Netherlands.

Last updated on August 1, 2017