How APPEL Creates Courses for NASA’s Technical Workforce

How APPEL Creates Courses for NASA’s Technical Workforce

Have you ever wondered how APPEL conceives, designs, and develops its courses? For the first time, experts from APPEL’s Curriculum and Training & Support teams discuss the process.

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NASA Will Conduct Uncrewed EM-1 in 2019

NASA Will Conduct Uncrewed EM-1 in 2019

After examining the feasibility of including crew on Exploration Mission 1 (EM-1), NASA will move forward with the original plan to test Orion and SLS capabilities without astronauts.

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This Month in NASA History: A Software Error Took Clementine for a Spin

This Month in NASA History: A Software Error Took Clementine for a Spin

Fourteen years ago this month, a joint NASA/Department of Defense (DoD) mission spun out of control—but not before detecting water in the darkest region of the moon.

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New APPEL Course Fosters Effective Project Management

New APPEL Course Fosters Effective Project Management

What does it take to manage a NASA project successfully? APPEL’s new course, Introduction to Project Management at NASA, helps the agency’s technical workforce find out.

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April 2017 <em>APPEL News Digest</em> Now Available

April 2017 APPEL News Digest Now Available

A new edition of the APPEL News Digest has been released. We invite you to read it today on our website.

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New Virtual PM Challenge: Independent Assessment at NASA

New Virtual PM Challenge: Independent Assessment at NASA

How does NASA ensure its projects remain on track and on time? Two words: independent assessment. Find out more at a new Virtual Project Management (PM) Challenge on May 17. 

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At APPEL, International Project Management Supports Global Collaboration

At APPEL, International Project Management Supports Global Collaboration

A recent offering of APPEL’s International Project Management course united presenters from seven international space agencies with practitioners from ten NASA centers. 

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This Month in NASA History: STS-110 Gave the ISS a Spine

This Month in NASA History: STS-110 Gave the ISS a Spine

Fifteen years ago, the space shuttle Atlantis blasted off from Kennedy Space Center to deliver and install the S-Zero (S0) truss: the backbone of the International Space Station (ISS).

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