Vice Provost Dennis Hall: Space shuttle is costly but beneficial


Dennis Hall
Dennis Hall

“When our students choose to study science and engineering, the nation benefits, no matter whether they apply what they learn to the space program or to other interests that attract them along the way,” says Dennis G. Hall, vice provost for research and dean of the Graduate School, professor of physics and professor of electrical engineering at Vanderbilt University.

Hall talks about Atlantis, NASA’s last-ever space-shuttle mission, and his niece Sandra Hall Magnus, who is aboard for her third and last trip to the International Space Station, in a Tennessee Voices column in The Tennessean. Read more here.

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