Braun Returning to Georgia Tech

Braun Returning to Georgia Tech

NASA’s Chief Technologist, Robert (Bobby) Braun, is returning to Georgia Tech next month.

In a September 1 letter to NASA Administrator Charlie Bolden, Braun noted that his tenure at NASA on an Intergovernmental Personnel Act agreement was coming to an end and he would return to Georgia Tech in October because while he found it “professionally fulfilling, my service has been exceedingly difficult for me and my family.”

Braun praised the people inside and external to NASA that helped him form the Office of Chief Technologist, and expressed optimism about the future despite the tumultuos times. Saying that he believes the changes at NASA have just begun, he added that “While such change is difficult, I believe that the more desperately an organization tries to hold on to today, the more likely it is that this same organization will not have a tomorrow. Please remember that the future starts today.”

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