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Internship: Logan Bennett

Year in School & Major: 
senior in mathematics
Internship/Job Organization: 
NASA Johnson Space Center

What were your responsibilities?

I had an internship in Safety and Reliability Engineering at the NASA Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas. I was in charge of programming an applicability tool to improve hazard analysis of hardware onboard the International Space Station. 

What did you learn?

Through tours around the center, as well as lectures from notable figures in NASA's history, I have learned a lot about the historical significance of NASA’s accomplishments, as well as the importance of its mission and vision moving forward.

What are your plans after graduation?

I hope to work for NASA.

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