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Terry Morris, Ph.D,  is a systems engineer at NASA Langley Research Center.  His resume is impressive, serving as the Lead for Integrated Hazards Analysis within the Safety Critical Avionics Systems Branch at NASA.  He has also conducted dynamic research for space station robotics, independent assessment of space shuttle software and served as a decision expert on New York City's safety-critical subway system, just to name a few of his accomplishments.  He received a bachelors degree in electrical engineering at Mississippi State University; a masters degree in electrical engineering at ODU; a Ph.D in systems engineering at UVA, and a George M. Low Fellowship at MIT, along with other certifications from the Brookings Institute and MIT. These are monumental accomplishments - but wait until you hear the back story! On the next Another View Dr. Morris shares his life story, including homelessness and estrangement from his family and how he refused to let life circumstances hold him down!  Be prepared to be inspired on the next Another View, Friday, December 1 at noon on 89.5 WHRV-FM or stream us live on this blog!


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