Ogles honored by peers at NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center

Published: Sep 12, 2017 1:00:00 PM
Media Contact: Morgan Martin, stashml@auburn.edu, 256-327-3129

Mike Ogles

Mike Ogles, director of NASA programs in Auburn University’s Samuel Ginn College of Engineering, has been recognized with the Most Valuable Player Awardby his peers in the Space Launch System (SLS) Project Office at NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center. Awards are presented annually to each element of the SLS project. 

Based in Huntsville, Ogles serves as Auburn’s liaison to NASA and helps expand the presence of Auburn University and the College of Engineering in Huntsville. He also works closely with Auburn University’s Huntsville Research Center.

Ogles supports the Spacecraft/Payload Integration and Evolution Element of NASA’s SLS, which is an advanced launch vehicle for deep space exploration. His responsibilites include developing generic integration processes and serving as payload integration manager for SLS payloads.