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On Wednesday, August 10, 2016, 4:00-5:00 PM Adam Steltzner, JPL Fellow, Mars 2020 Chief Engineer, will present:

Time Changes All
My time at JPL in 3 acts and 4 stories

I arrived at JPL and found myself feeling like a tiny cog in a gigantic machine. Almost 25 years later, I now find myself feeling like a caretaker of a magnificent but fragile machine. The tale of this transition unfolds in 3 acts and 4 stories.

JPL Stories is organized by the JPL Library, Archives and Records. For additional questions, please contact the reference desk at library@jpl.nasa.gov or call ext. 4-4200.

Frequently Asked Questions:

What is a JPL Story?
An informal talk about a JPL project or series of event, usually giving a personal perspective or reminiscence about the experience.Who are the storytellers?
Any JPL employee that has an interesting story to tell about his or her JPL experience.What is the format of a JPL Story?
We try to keep the program as flexible as possible and include a cross section of storytellers from the JPL community. Stories can take place in the past, present or future; they can be historical or make believe; and they can be light-hearted or serious.What is the purpose of the JPL Story Program?
They’re an effective way to communicate and understand an organization’s culture and can help employees develop a sense of organizational identity. Stories offer an approach different from the more formal lectures, seminars and town halls we have at JPL – they offer another way to be a part of the discussion.Are the stories recorded?
With the storyteller’s permission, we make a videorecording of each story. These are available for viewing from Teresa Bailey, x4-9233, teresa.r.bailey@jpl.nasa.govHow can I participate?
Please contact Teresa Bailey, x4-9233, teresa.r.bailey@jpl.nasa.gov