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New to SEEC?

There is an introductory session just for first-time SEEC attendees. In this session, veteran SEEC attendees will go over what newcomers need to know about the session cards, locations, food, tours, etc. Arrive early Thursday for a little SEEC 101.
When: Thursday, Feb. 8, 7:30—7:45 a.m.

Where: Mission Briefing Center

Presented by: SEEC Staff

Helpful tips

Space Center Houston is located between downtown Houston and Galveston. Take I-45 and exit NASA Parkway.

The center is approximately three miles east of I-45. Houston has two international airports: Hobby Airport and George Bush Intercontinental Airport. Space Center Houston is 17.4 miles (28 km) south of Hobby and 43.6 miles (70.1 km) south of Bush Intercontinental.

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Steps to install and use the mobile app:


  • We do have paid parking at Space Center Houston. There will be a QR code located at the check in table you can scan for free parking. 

 What to bring?

  • Notepad and writing utensil for taking notes.
  • Your own device. Many sessions feature technology where you may need to have a laptop or tablet with you.

 What to wear?

  • Dress comfortably some sessions may have activities with lots of movement.
  • Space Center Houston is usually cool, so bring a sweater or light jacket.
  • Closed toe shoes are required on all tours. No high heels or flip flops.
  • SEEC Merchandise: Order your SEEC t-shirt or hoodie before Jan. 29th and have it shipped to you. onsite pick up orders can be purchased till Feb,2nd.

Going to Sessions

We have an amazing lineup of sessions available. All session will be Hybrid. They will be recorded and placed on Grenadine for on demand viewing through Dec 31, 2024. 

Here is the information on attending your sessions.

  • To enter your sessions, present your id badge to the facilitator at the door. They will scan it for entry.
  • Since many sessions fill up quickly, you will not be admitted to the session if you have not already registered for it. If a session is full, keep an eye on the app to see if it becomes available. There is no waiting list for sessions.
  • If you choose not to attend a session, please go to the app, and remove it from your schedule so someone else may attend.
  • With all the sessions available, it is hard to attend them all. We have set up a drive where the presenter can upload their materials for you to access them. The link to the drive is: SEEC 2024 Session Resources

 Tips for session success:

  • Bring your own device (laptop or tablet) – many sessions use technology for the session.
  • Get to your session on time.
  • If your session requires you to take a bus to get to it, make sure you arrive at the bus loading area 10 minutes prior to the session start time. Busses will not wait for everyone to arrive.
  • Times and events subject to change.

 Dining and Social Events

 Lunch is provided on all three days of the conference. Due to our large attendance, you must choose one of two lunch sessions.

  • The buffet will be set up in the Special Events Building for all attendees.
  • Space Center Houston will not serve breakfast at the conference but will have coffee available in the morning next to our Artemis exhibit.
  • The food lab is available throughout the day with a variety of items available if you need a snack.
  • If you have any special dietary needs let us know before January 22nd and we will do our best to accommodate them.

Friday night SEEC Banquet- “Saved By the Bell/90’s Theme” 

Friday, Feb. 9 6:00-11:00 p.m.

  • Join us this year as we celebrate old and new friends, a rich history of space exploration and your role in educating the space explorers of tomorrow.
  • Attendees and special guests are treated to dinner and will receive two drink tickets. Additional beer and wine will be available for purchase.
  • The banquet attire is business to semi-formal dress. You can show off your best 90’s party outfit.
  • There is no need to purchase a ticket for the event if you are registered as a conference presenter or attendee. You can show your SEEC badge for entry.
  • An additional ticket for a guest can be purchased at the Information desk. The cost is $49.95. 21+ only. Must be purchased by January 8th.
  • Dance the night away to a live band. Don’t forget your dancing shoes!

Observations deck

Want to connect with other educators? Join us upstairs on the Science Deck located in Kids Space Place. 

  • Discuss the latest workshop.
  • Follow up on presenter questions!
  • Recharge your devices.
  • Listen to special guest speakers.

Cherri Brinley Educator Award

 Space Center Houston would like to announce the annual Cherri Brinley Space Science Educator Award.

The award is in memory of a 14-year SEEC veteran who shared her passion for space science and inspired a multitude of educators and students around the nation. Brinley attended SEEC and many other Space Center Houston educational events for many years. All throughout her illness, she always maintained the same positive outlook and spirit. Brinley was an outstanding educator who touched the lives of everyone who knew her. She had an infectious spirit that drove everyone around her to do their personal best and to strive for greatness. The Cherri Brinley Award was created to celebrate other teachers who have the same drive and inherent spirit which always kept Cherri reaching for the moon.

Many nominations have been received for this year’s Outstanding Educator Award.

Nomination Form

The recipient will receive the award at Friday’s banquet.

 NASA Tour Information

 Important! Please read carefully.

Your visit to NASA Johnson Space Center is a special event. You will enter working facilities subject to strict safety and security policies. Always follow the direction of your host escort.

  • It is essential that all members of the group stay together and not venture away from their NASA escort. Wandering into restricted areas constitutes a security violation and could result in the termination of your visit.
  • Your visit will require walking and standing for extended periods and may involve climbing several flights of stairs. Guests should wear comfortable, flat, fully enclosed shoes (no high heels, sandals, flip-flops, slides, mules, Crocs, etc.) during their visit. We also recommend that guests wear slacks (instead of shorts or skirts) as an additional safety precaution.
  • Cameras are welcome in all facilities unless instructed otherwise. However, flash photography or photograph of individuals is not permitted.

Attention all non-U.S. citizens.

If you are not a U.S. citizen, you must fill out a NASA JSC Security Form to attend the NASA tours. The form link is located on the tour description page on the SEEC site.  

Times and events subject to change. To get session details and updates check our conference app:

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Be sure to keep up to date on all the exciting announcements for SEEC 2024 and meet your fellow space educators on our Facebook page: SEEC Facebook group