Joseph Fronczek (BSCHE 2007)

Fronczek Joseph

BSCHE 2007 (MS Physics, University of Houston, 2011)

Current Employer:

National Aeronautics & Space Administration

Job Title:

International Space Station Instructor

Career Discussion:

Trains NASA Astronauts and Flight Controllers on the thermal and environmental systems onboard the International Space Station, as well as emergency response. Conducts crew lessons and simulations to evaluate and certify crew for flight readiness. Develops procedures and ops philosophies for flight operations.

46S/47S Training Team photo with crew (Ovchinin, Skripochka, Williams, Ivanishin, Onishi, Rubins). Photo Date: January 14, 2016. Location: Building 9NW - ISS Mockups. Photographer: Robert Markowitz

46S/47S Training Team photo with crew (Ovchinin, Skripochka, Williams, Ivanishin, Onishi, Rubins). Photo Date: January 14, 2016. Location: Building 9NW – ISS Mockups. Photographer: Robert Markowitz

Fondest NMSU Memories:

Late, long hours down in the computer lab working on our homework and ASPEN simulations. Really enjoyed that the Chemical Engineering class was so small compared to other engineering majors, since we all got to know each other so well.

submitted on 10/19/2016


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