CORRECTION: This story originally misreported the date of the lecture.

Charles Bolden, NASA's top administrator, is visiting the University of Colorado on Friday to give a public lecture titled "NASA's Roadmap to Tomorrow's Mission."

Bolden will discuss the capabilities of the International Space Station and the development of new rocket and crew vehicle systems, according to a news release. The talk is being held at Folsom Field in the East Stadium Club at 2:45 p.m.

CU has received nearly $500 million in sponsored research awards from NASA in the last decade, making it the No. 1 public university for NASA funding.

Seating for the event is limited. To register, visit