The following is an excerpt from an Sept. 7 report by KAKE-TV, Channel 10 in Wichita. Mallory Jennings, A mechanical engineering student at Wichita State University, is the subject of the report.
Wichita student to work for NASA
Sep 8, 2009 8:43 AM | Print
Twenty-three-year-old Mallory Jennings is on cloud nine, or should we say over the moon, as she walks across the Wichita State campus.
"I just got an official job offer from NASA Johnson Space Center," said Jennings with a huge grin on her face.
Since the spring of 2007, Mallory has been interning with NASA at the Johnson Space Center in Houston. Her first mission: working in Mission Control monitoring the International Space Station.
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