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Narcrisha Norman

Narcrisha Norman

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

Assistant Professor, Engineering Sciences Program Chair, AS Engineering Fundamentals Education: Dr. Narcrisha S. Norman received her Ph.D. in Aerospace Engineering from Old Dominion University in Norfolk Virginia. She received both M.S. and B.S. degrees from Southern Illinois University Carbondale. Experience: Dr. Norman is a US Army Veteran who has enjoyed contributing to and learning from a variety of organizations. Among these organizations are Howard University, Clemson University, ECPI College of Technology, NASA, General Motors Corporation, the US Patent and Trademark Office and the National Science Foundation. Research Interests: Fundamental aeronautics Planetary Entry, Descent and Landing (EDL) system design and analysis Dewar and Cryostat design and cryogenic material testing Advances in STEM Education and Curriculum development Advances in Curriculum development for the physically and/or sensory challenged Mechanical system design and analysis for alternative energy production and storage in extreme environments Personal Interests/Hobbies: Entrepreneurship, international collaborations and experiences, learning new and random things, homemade science experiments, and volunteering. Select Awards: 2015: Presidential Management Fellows Finalist (US Office of Personnel Management) 2006: Presidential Volunteer Service Award (Council on Service and Civic Participation) 2004 – 2006: Bridge to the Doctorate Fellowship (Illinois LSAMP, NSF) 2003 – 2004: Multi-Ethnic Academic Excellence Award (SIU Carbondale)>