The Global Space Law Center has welcomed Daria Chalupa as the newest member of the GSLC Research Council. She has already begun work on the development of the fundamental principles to be adopted by the Moon Village Association to guide the establishment of the first permanent human settlement on the Moon. Ms. Chalupa’s biography, in her own words, follows:
I hail from the bustling metropolis that is Parma, Ohio. After obtaining a Bachelor of Science from the University of Mount Union, where I majored in Exercise Science, German and Gender Studies, I had a change of heart with my career prospects and enrolled in Cleveland-Marshall College of Law with the intent to earn a Juris Doctorate. However, even in law school I felt rather lost concerning the age old question of “What do I want to do with my life?” As a result, I started taking classes that felt outside my comfort zone or classes in subject matter I knew absolutely nothing about in attempts to explore potential career options. With that mindset, I took a Space Law class with Professor Mark Sundahl and loved it! I learned so much and had a genuinely pleasurable time in the course. This led me to the Space Law Society and the Research Council! I may only have a short while left at CMLAW, but I look forward to working with the team in the next few months covering space related issues!
Please join us in welcoming Daria to the Research Council!