By Mary A. Sego
Primary Creator: Geyer, Mark, 1958-
Extent: 0.25 Cubic feet. More info below.
Arrangement: The papers are arranged chronologically in one manuscript box.
Date Acquired: 01/23/2012
Subjects: Aerospace engineering, Flight Archives at Purdue University, International Space Station, International Space Station--Service module, Mir (Space station), Russian Space Agency, United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration
Mark Geyer was born November 29, 1958 in Indianapolis Indiana. He received a Bachelor of Science in aerospace engineering from Purdue University in 1982 and a Master of Science in aerospace engineering from Purdue University in 1983. Before joining NASA in 1990, Geyer worked at the Lockheed Missiles and Space Corporation in Sunnyvale, California, as a system engineer supporting the Lunar and Mars Exploration Office. He joined the International Space Station Program in 1994 and has served in various capacities. His contributions at NASA have included, Program Manager, MPCV Orion; Deputy Manager - Constellation Program; Manager, System Engineering and Integration for the Development Program Division of the Exploration Systems Mission Directorate; Manager of the Program Integration Office, lead of the System Integration and Analysis Office, Increment Manager and Manager for the Russian Elements, within the International Space Station Program.
Mark Geyer has received numerous honors and awards including, NASA Exceptional Service Medal, 2000; Space Flight Awareness Leadership Award, 2003; NASA Commendation Award, 2011; Nominee, Federal Engineer of the Year Award, 2012.
Flight Archives at Purdue University
International Space Station
International Space Station--Service module
Mir (Space station)
Russian Space Agency
United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration
Access Restrictions: Collection is open for research.
Use Restrictions: NASA; public domain
Acquisition Source: Donated by Mark Geyer, January 23, 2012.
Preferred Citation: MSA 272, Mark Geyer papers, Karnes Archives and Special Collections, Purdue University Libraries
Processing Information: All materials have been housed in acid-free folders and an acid-free box. The documents are in chronological order.