Michigan Space Grant Consortium Awards NASA Fellowship to Student Studying Long-term Crewed Missions

Ziyad Muflahi is enjoying his second stint at Wayne State University much more than his first.

Muflahi initially came to Wayne State as an undergraduate but struggled due to personal reasons. He was, he said, “kicked out for poor performance.”

Community college helped him turn things around academically, and he went on to earn his bachelor’s degree. Now, Muflahi is back at Wayne State — this time as a Ph.D. student studying industrial-organizational psychology.

He was recently awarded one of NASA’s Michigan Space Grant Consortium’s Graduate Fellowships for his project titled “Long-distance Space Exploration Teams and Cognitive Integration.”

Read the full article on the Wayne State University Website.

Author Credit: Dave Pemberton

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