NASA Scientist Visits Oakwood’s Child Development Lab

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Yesterday, physicist Trent Griffin from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) stopped by the Child Development Laboratory. Mr. Griffin is shown here explaining some of his responsibilities at NASA. Later he helped the students conduct experiments.


In 2015, Griffin was honored by the ABC TV program “Good Morning America” for his volunteer work in his community. (Photo: Kristin Pollard Kiel)
The Child Development LabDevelopment Lab is housed in the Department of Allied Health, and its director is Dr. Elaine Issac.

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