Bo Lowrey has over 40 years of involvement in space science, ranging from the Amateur (Ham Radio) Satellite Program (AMSAT) where he was the area coordinator for Kentucky, to his most recent outreach activity as a contributor of all things related to space science in the non-formal and informal education community. He frequently speaks to local after school astronomy and engineering clubs, to groups at public libraries, and has spoken at several educational and scientific conferences on STEM topics. He works with middle and secondary students to place experiments on the International Space Station, and is a volunteer at the University of Louisville Gheens Science Hall and Rauch Planetarium. He has attended NASA and JPL training opportunities whenever possible, and is pursuing a Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction (coursework completed) at the University of Louisville. He retired from the Jefferson County Public Schools where he was the Director of Telecommunications.
Past Events Hosted By This Ambassador:
A Primer On Radio Astronomy LAS May 2016 Meeting, Tom Sawyer State Park
Partial Solar Eclipse University of Louisville Rauch Planetarium
Shawnee High Student Experiment on Shuttle Endeavour Update U of L Rauch Planetarium
College for a Day 2015 University of Louisville, Gheens Science Hall & Rauch Planetarium
Skies Over Louisville May 2013 U of L Rauch Planetarium