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Office of Education --

13, 24, 25
Funds for education...

24
Goals.----

25
Graduate facility grants.-

13
Office of Manned Space Flight (NASA).

49, 91, 94, 111
Office of Naval Research (Navy), relation to universities---- 88, 91, 94, 112
Office of Science and Technology-

12, 18-19, 23, 25, 64, 113
Duties of Dr. Wiesner.

23
List of Federal student aids awarded -

12
Relation to Federal Council for Science and Technology -

25
Office of Scientific Research (Air Force)

91, 94
Office of Space Science and Applications (NASA)-

49, 90, 91, 94
Ohio State University :
NASA research program.

101
NASA training grants.

97
Oklahoma, University of, NASA training grants.

97
Oregon State University, NASA training grants.

97
Panel on Scientific and Technical Manpower.

8-11
Establishment----

8
Findings---

8-10
Recommendations endorsed by President's Science Advisory Com-
mittee

11
Pennsylvania State University :
Contributions to NASA research.

51
NASA training grants---

97
Pennsylvania, University of :
NASA research programs.

101-102
NASA training grants---

97
Physical sciences---

8, 13, 86-87
Pittsburgh, University of_.

81, 83, 97, 98, 102
NASA facility grant-

81, 83, 98
NASA research program.

102
NASA training grants.

97
Plimpton, Ambassador Francis T. P., statement on outer space legal prin-
ciples, November 22, 1963_-

125
Polaris missile guidance system---

93, 95
Predoctoral education fellowships.

7, 8, 21
Predoctoral training program.-

7, 16, 55-57, 59, 77, 92, 94–98, 116, 117
President's Commission on the Status of Women.

67
President's Science Advisory Committee..

8, 11, 13, 15, 18, 23
Manpower Panel ---

15
National program target--

13
Pressly, Eleanor, Federal Woman's Award winner, 1963.

67
Princeton University --

51, 81, 83, 97, 98
Contributions to NASA research,

51
NASA facility grant-

81, 83, 98
NASA training grants-

97
Proxmire, Senator William E.-

20
Purdue University, NASA training grants---

97
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute:
NASA facility grant,-

81-83, 98
NASA training grants---

96 97
Research Advisory Committee (NASA)-

103
Research grants (See also University programs). 6, 21, 24, 32, 35, 54, 91, 108
Criticism of Federal support..

35
Research proposals----

103, 106-108
Rhode Island, University of, NASA training grants---

97
Rice University :
NASA research program.-

102
NASA training grants---

96-97
Rochester, University of:
Contributions to NASA research..

52
NASA training grants---

97
Roman, Dr. Nancy, Federal Woman's Award winner, 1962..

67
St. Louis University, NASA training grants.-

97
97

Pago
Satellites_

51-53, 78, 81-83, 91-93
Science, August 16, 1963, F. Seitz, article.-

83
Science and technology, Federal role in.---

6
Scientific and Technical Aerospace Reports---

105
Scientific and technical manpower (See also Panel on Scientific and Tech-
nical Manpower)---

1, 7-11, 40, 87, 88, 108, 134-143
Estimated number of scientists engaged in space programs by 1970---

1,3
Future national needs..

-20, 21, 32, 40, 41, 108
Recommendations of President's Science Advisory Committee-

8,9
Turnover rate of NASA scientists and engineers--

116
Scientific meetings, NASA view on support of..

107
Seamans, Dr. Robert C., statement on NASA scientific manpower needs.. 21
Secondary education, Federal funds..

24
Seitz, Frederick, article on “Space Science and Universities" in Science,
August 16, 1963_-

83–89
Smith, Senator Margaret Chase--

2, 23-30, 39, 61, 63-67, 71, 74-76, 89, 104
Opening statement on scope of Federal educational programs..

2
Smull, Dr. Thomas L. K.

50, 90-104
Biography --

90
General testimony--

90-93
Prepared statement

93–104
Southern California, University of, NASA training grants..
Soviet Union..

26, 37–39, 72
Education of scientists and engineers_-

37, 38
Geneva meeting, 1962_

72
Large booster capability-

39
Teacher training--

26
Space Business Daily, article on scientific and technical manpower by
1970-

21
Space environment.

78, 85–86
Space exploration, motivation -

84-85
Space program..

1, 3, 36, 38, 39
Criticism of motives by scientists_

36
Military importance--

38, 39
Number of scientific personnel engaged by 1970_.

1,3
Space Science Board, National Academy of Sciences.

85
Space Science Steering Committee (NASA)-

103
Stanford University--

52, 81–83, 97, 98
Contribution to NASA research.

52
NASA facility grant--

81-83, 98
NASA training grants.-

97
Stevens Institute of Technology, NASA training grants----

97
Stevenson, Ambassador Adlai E., U.S. Representative to the United
Nations, statement on international cooperation, December 2, 1963_

127
Summer study program.

101
Symington, Senator Stuart.

3, 30–39, 73–74, 76-80
Syracuse University, NASA research program..

102
Syracuse University Research Institute, NASA training grants..
Teaching ---

25–27
Competition with industry for manpower..

26-27
Need for higher priority-

26
Versus research---

25, 26
Tennessee, University of, NASA training grants.
Tennessee Valley Authority--

27
Texas Agricultural and Mechanical College:
NASA research program.

101-102
NASA training grants----

96-97
Texas Technological College, NASA training grants.

97
Texas, University of, NASA training grants----
Thresher, submarine, study of sinking--

18
Tiros, meteorological satellite -

78
Training grants (see also Fellowships; University programs)----- 95–98, 116
List by university.

97

97

97

97

Page

66

Treaties:
Distinction from agreements.

68, 71
Responsibility of Senate --

68, 71, 73–74
Tulane University, NASA training grants..

97
Undergraduate education ----

19, 24, 31, 116, 117
Need for improvement in science and engineering---

19
Number of bachelor degrees in engineering and science compared,
table.

31
Table of Federal expenditures.

24
United Nations.

61, 63, 68–75, 118
Effect of its agreements on the United States-

63, 70
Space resolution ---

61, 68–75, 118
Text of resolution on outer space legal principles --

75
Universities---

6, 15, 22, 25, 26, 3436, 91
Criteria for Federal support.

6
Discussion of allowable overhead ---

22
Need for geographic distribution of Federal funds---

15, 34-36, 91
Teaching versus research..

25-26
University programs.-

6,
21, 24, 50-52, 58, 78, 80–83, 85–87, 91, 93–95, 101, 102, 105, 108
Contributions to NASA research.

50-52, 58, 78, 80–83, 93, 94, 105
Effect on industry-
Research grants--

6, 21, 24, 54, 91, 108
Student selection for NASA grants..

95
Table of research grants for 1963_.

101, 102
Utah State University, NASA training grants.

98
Utah, University of, NASA training grants -

98
Van Allen, Dr. James --

50, 82–83, 91, 94
Vanderbilt University, NASA training grants.

98
Venus

85
Vermont, University of, NASA training grants.

98
Veterans Administration, funds for education.

24
Virginia Polytechnic Institute, NASA training grants---

98
Virginia, University of, NASA training grants---

98
Washington University (St. Louis), NASA training grants.

98
Washington, University of (Seattle) :
NASA research program.

102
NASA training grants..
Webb, James E., Administrator..

59–69, 73–74, 76–80, 89–90, 92–93, 104
General statement-

59-61
Wenk, Dr. Edward, Jr.

4, 5, 18
Biography----

4, 5
Western Reserve University, NASA training grants.

98
West Virginia University, NASA training grants--

98
Wiesner, Dr. Jerome B_-

4, 6-39, 55
Biography--

4
General testimony--

17-39
Prepared statement -

6-16
Problem of trained manpower.
Wisconsin, University of -

40, 41
Contributions to NASA research.

51, 78
NASA facility grant-----

81, 83, 98
NASA research program.

101-102
NASA training grants..

98
Women, participation in NASA programs.

67
Xavier University, NASA research program.

102
Yale University, NASA training grants---

98
Young, Senator Stephen M.

3, 67

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NOMINATIONS OF THE INCORPORATORS OF THE
COMMUNICATIONS SATELLITE CORPORATION

JOSEPH V. CHARYK
JOHN T. CONNOR
GEORGE FELDMAN
BEARDSLEY GRAHAM
SAM HARRIS
EDGAR F. KAISER
DAVID M. KENNEDY
GEORGE L. KILLION
A. BYRNE LITSCHGI
LEONARD MARKS
BRUCE G. SUNDLUN
SIDNEY J. WEINBERG
LEO D. WELCH
LEONARD WOODCOCK

MARCH 19, 1963

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U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE

WASHINGTON : 1963

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SENATE COMMITTEE ON AERONAUTICAL AND SPACE SCIENCES

CLINTON P. ANDERSON, New Mexico, Chairman RICHARD B. RUSSELL, Georgia

MARGARET CHASE SMITH, Maine WARREN G. MAGNUSON, Washington CLIFFORD P. CASE, New Jersey STUART SYMINGTON, Missouri

BOURKE B. HICKENLOOPER, Iowa JOHN STENNIS, Mississippi

CARL T. CURTIS, Nebraska
STEPHEN M. YOUNG, Ohio

KENNETH B. KEATING, New York
THOMAS J. DODD, Connecticut
HOWARD W. CANNON, Nevada
SPESSARD L. HOLLAND, Florida
J. HOWARD EDMONDSON, Oklahoma

EVERARD H. SMITH, Jr., Chief Counsel
WILLIAM J. DEACHMAN, Professional Staff Member
Dr. GLEN P. WILSON, Professional Staf Member

RICHARD R. WOLFE, Technical Assistant

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