Joseph S. Heyman’s association with NASA began as a Northeastern student in 1964, two years after President John F. Kennedy committed the U.S. to landing a man on the moon.
Heyman, a Northeastern graduate, was at NASA for the grand successes and tragic failures over his four-decade career, which he traces back to his Northeastern co-ops.
“I really look at Northeastern as a turning point in my life,” says Heyman.
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