Callen Hajda graduated from Texas A&M University in 2020, majoring in Aerospace Engineering. Callen is currently pursuing his M.Eng. in Aerospace Engineering as a distance student at Texas A&M. During his time with AHSL, Callen worked with Dillon Hall to develop and validate a system to analyze pressurized suits using 3-D photogrammetric scanning technology. Upon graduation, he worked at NASA’s Johnson Space Center for a year and a half. Callen then moved into the commercial space industry and currently works as a systems engineer at Axiom Space. There he is helping building the world’s first commercial space station. Callen is from Georgetown, Texas.
Jamie Griffin graduated from Texas A&M University in 2020, majoring in Aerospace Engineering. She is from Arlington, Texas, and is interested in human-systems interactions as we continue to explore new areas in space. Jamie primarily focused on the effects of microgravity on fluid flows. In her free time, Jamie enjoys watching football, playing sports, and spending time with friends.
Robert Baldwin graduated from Texas A&M University in 2019, majoring in Aerospace Engineering.
Luke Shafik graduated Texas A&M University in 2019, majoring in Industrial & Systems Engineering. He is from Dallas, TX, and worked on data analysis for the lab. After graduation, Luke started work in the supply chain field and plans on going back to school to continue his education with a Masters of Business Administration. When he has free time, Luke enjoys working out and watching sports.
Christopher Canario graduated from Texas A&M University in 2020, majoring in Aerospace Engineering. He is from San Ramon, California, and is interested in human spaceflight and space exploration. Christopher’s work focused on design and implementation of the lab’s glovebox, primarily the controls and pressure regulation. This glovebox will be used for EVA glove experimentation. Outside of school, Christopher enjoys watching college football, listening to music, and eating chips with queso.
Alan Cummins graduated from Texas A&M University in 2022, majoring in Aerospace Engineering. He is from Missouri City, Texas and is interested in human spaceflight operations and aerospace systems engineering. Alan’s work focused on using software to automatically register 3D human scans and assisting Dillon Hall’s research. Outside of school, Alan enjoys building rockets, watching baseball, and playing games with friends.