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Department of Physics and Nuclear Engineering : Display Biographical Details

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LTC Stacy Godshall

Program Director
US Army
Army Branch:
Signal Corps / FA 40 Space Operations

Contact Information:
Office Location: Bldg 753, Science Center, Room: 471C
Phone: 845.938.4526
LTC Stacy Godshall is the Program Director for the Space and Missile Defense (SMD) Program. These responsibilities include facilitating the implementation of the new Space Science Major and Space Science Minor for the Class of 2020 and beyond. He is a returning Assistant Professor with the Department of Physics and Nuclear Engineering. He graduated from Penn State University in 2002 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering. He is an OCS graduate who served in A Co., 3/7 INF Fort Stewart, GA as a Bradley Gunner prior to Commissioning. He was commissioned in the Signal Corps and served as an Assistant S-3 in 123rd SIG BN, Fort Stewart, GA and a Platoon Leader in the 16th SIG BN, Fort Hood, TX. LTC Godshall then served as a Company Commander for Space and Missile Defense Command (SMDC), D Co. 1st Satellite Control BN, Camp Roberts, CA and Norfolk Recruiting Co., Norfolk, VA. He earned a Master of Science degree in (Space) Physics from The University of Texas at San Antonio in 2009. His research and comprehensive exam work involved Lunar Crossings of the Magnetotail and Interplanetary Influences on Lunar Surface Dynamics. He was an instructor, Assistant Professor, and Course Director during his first assignment to PaNE in 2009-2012. LTC Godshall attended resident ILE/CGSC in 2012, the FA24 Telecommunications Systems Engineering Course in 2013, and served as the 335th SIG CMD Network Engineer at Camp Arifjan, Kuwait in 2014. In addition to teaching and Program Director responsibilities, he is the AOIC for the West Point Yoga Club and also serves in a leadership role in his local Church congregation.