- Associated Press - Thursday, May 7, 2015

GLENVILLE, W.Va. (AP) - Glenville State College art students have drawn up a colorful display for use by a NASA facility in Fairmont.

The display is to be used during career fairs, conferences and meetings for the staff of NASA’s Independent Verification and Validation program.

Glenville State assistant art professor Chris Cosner says NASA contacted the school last October. Students produced and submitted three draft designs. The finished product was created after some fine-tuning and input from NASA staff.

The display contains the words “Dream,” ”Discover,” and “Inspire” along with the NASA program’s website, www.nasa.gov/centers/ivv.

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