Larry Bell is a Professor and Endowed Professor at the University of Houston where he directs the Sasakawa International Center for Space Architecture and heads the Graduate Program in Space Architecture. Larry is also a twice-weekly Op/Ed contributor to Forbes.com, and a regular Op/Ed contributor to Newsmax.com. His book “Climate of Corruption: Politics and Power Behind the Global Warming Hoax” is available on Amazon and Kindle.
Larry makes frequent guest radio interview appearances on a wide variety of topics addressed in his articles. He and his professional aerospace work have been featured in leading magazines and media news networks throughout the world, including the History Channel (Modern Marvels Series), the Discovery Channel-Canada (Daily Planet Series), NASA Select, PBS, ABC TV: Australia, the BBC TV World Business Report, the National TV Network of Italy, the Swedish Educational Network, the NEC TV Broadcast Network-Japan, Radio Moscow, and the National Geographic TV-UK.
Larry has received prestigious honors from international space organizations. Among those are the Space Pioneer Award from the Kyushu Sanyu University in Japan, and two of the highest honors awarded by the Federation of Astronautics and Cosmonautics of the Former Soviet Union – the Yuri Gagarin Diploma and the Konstantin Tsiolkovsky Gold Medal – for his contributions to international space development. His name was placed on the Russian Rocket that launched the first crew to the International Space Station.