Two Degrees, No Separation

Father and son graduate on the same day A father and son graduated in May 2016 at Savannah State. And there’s a good chance that Marcelo Meis worked on the same robotic arm that captured his son Daniel’s biomedical research sent to the International Space Station (ISS). Before moving to Savannah, Marcelo worked in aerospace engineering in their native Toronto, Canada. One of his projects was … Continue reading Two Degrees, No Separation

Around the Galaxy in 30 Years

Sneed graduated from Savannah State in 1983 (his senior project for Dr. Raymond Schleuter was a calculator with a circuit board he built himself) and started working at General Dynamics. He tested software for avionics systems that were being fitted into F-16 and F-111 planes. Continue reading Around the Galaxy in 30 Years