We are absolutely thrilled and deeply proud to hear that Dr Jenni Sidey, a Fellow of St. Catharine's, has been selected to be one of two astronauts of the Canadian Space Agency. My advice is to seek out supportive people who trust in you and your abilities, which should come solely from the value of your work. Name: Dr. Jennifer Sidey Age: 28 Education: Honours Bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from McGill University (2011) and Ph.D in engineering with a focus on combustion from the University of Cambridge (2015) Social handles: @astro_jenni on Instagram and @Astro_Jenni on Twitter. - Duration: 14:50. In July 2017, the CSA selected Jenni Sidey-Gibbons and Joshua Kutryk to become the next Canadian astronauts. Jenni Sidey inspires young women in science with Astro Pi. It was a phone call that left Calgary’s Jenni Sidey over the moon. If you think about it, that’s close to 10 years between completing Year 13 at secondary school or sixth form, to being selected as an astronaut! The award is … Name: Dr. Jennifer Sidey. On July 1, Jennifer Sidey (BEng’11) and Joshua Kutry were named Canada's newest astronauts. Article content. It is a new week at NASA’s Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas, and Jenni Sidey-Gibbons (BEng’11) is ready for anything. Jenni Sidey-Gibbons is a typical overachiever.

My advice is to seek out supportive people who trust in you and your abilities, which should come solely from the value of your work.

Jenni is a University Lecturer in Internal Combustion Engines. Canada's newest astronauts Joshua Kutryk and Jennifer Sidey acknowledge the crowd during Canada 150 celebrations on Parliament Hill in Ottawa on Saturday, July 1, 2017. Calgarian Jenni Sidey-Gibbons and Joshua Kutryk, from Fort Saskatchewan, celebrated the completion of basic training Friday at the Johnson Space Center in Houston, Tex. LIVE – CSA astronaut Jenni Sidey-Gibbons answers kids’ questions about space. Joshua Kutryk was born on March 21, 1982 in Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta . Three of the new NASA astronaut class were selected at 29 years old (Jessica Watkins, Kayla Barron and Zena Cardman), with Canadian Jenni Sidey 28 years old, making them some of the youngest astronaut candidates selected in history.

It was a phone call that left Calgary’s Jenni Sidey over the moon. Meet Canadian astronaut Jennifer "Jenni" Sidey-Gibbons On July 1, 2017 , she was recruited by the CSA as one of two new astronauts after a year-long process.

Age: 28 Education: Honours Bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from McGill University (2011) and Ph.D in engineering with a focus on combustion from the University of Cambridge (2015) Social handles: @astro_jenni on Instagram and @Astro_Jenni on Twitter. He was selected by the Canadian Space Agency (CSA) as one of the two members (the other one being Jenni Sidey) of the 2017 CSA group. We are absolutely thrilled and deeply proud to hear that Dr Jenni Sidey, a Fellow of St. Catharine's, has been selected to be one of two astronauts of the Canadian Space Agency.

Pretty exciting!