AIAA Student Branch Outreach

AIAA Student Branch Outreach AIAA currently has over 200 active student branches, including 44 foreign student branches, with a total active membership of over 7,500 students worldwide. Your student branch is your base of operations in AIAA during your college years.
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10/22/2019

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Attention Graduate Students - Check out the NASA Space Technology Research Fellowships 2019
09/14/2018

Attention Graduate Students - Check out the NASA Space Technology Research Fellowships 2019

12/14/2017

Are you going to the AIAA SciTech 2018 Forum in Kissimmee, FL January 8-12? Visit the website to see more information: https://scitech.aiaa.org/

The first place winners of the 2017 AIAA Regional Student Conferences will be presenting their papers at the AIAA Foundation International Student Conference. You may want to come and support and hear what the students are doing.

Monday 8, January 2018
9:00-1:00 ISC Sessions-Undergraduate Osceola B
9:30-11:30 ISC Sessions-Masters St. George #104
9:30-1:00 ISC Sessions-Team St. George #114

2017 International Student Conference Winners The AIAA Foundation International Student Conference takes place annually ...
01/18/2017

2017 International Student Conference Winners

The AIAA Foundation International Student Conference takes place annually at AIAA SciTech Forum. Students who have won first place in the Regional Student Conferences have a chance to present their papers at a professional technical conference. The event is funded through the AIAA Foundation and offers the students a chance to showcase their research at an event where they can network with potential employers or colleagues. The 2017 International Student Conference was held on 10 January in conjunction with AIAA SciTech Forum in Grapevine, TX. Awards were given in 4 categories.

Graduate Division
Christopher Van Damme and Matthew Allen, University of Wisconsin – Madison (Region III), were awarded the prize for best overall student paper in the Graduate Division for their paper entitled “Evaluating Nonlinear Reduced Order Models’ Ability to Predict Dynamic Snap Through of Curved Structures.”

Undergraduate Division
Mia Lee, University of Washington (Region VI), was awarded the prize for best overall student paper in the Undergraduate Division for her paper entitled “Tunable Bistability of Origami-Based Mechanical Metamaterials.”

Undergraduate Team Division
Darren Combs, Gabriel Frank, Sara Grandone, Colton Hall, Daniel Johnson, Trevor Luke, Scott Mende, Daniel Nowicki, and Benjamin Stringer, University of Colorado, Boulder (Region V), were awarded the prize for best overall student paper in the Undergraduate Team Division for their paper entitled “Project ELSA: Europa Lander for Science Acquisition.”

Community Outreach Division
Ashley Scharfenberg and Beth Dutour, University of Alabama – Huntsville (Region II), were awarded the prize for the best overall student paper in the Community Outreach Division for their paper entitled "University of Alabama - Huntsville Community Outreach."

For more information on the AIAA Foundation International Student Conference, please contact Rachel Dowdy at 703.264.7577 or [email protected].

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1. Left to right: Ron Barrett, chair of the Student Activities Committee; Christopher Van Damme, one of the Graduate Division winners; and Shelly Corbets, chair of the Student Paper Competition.
2. Left to right: Ron Barrett, chair of the Student Activities Committee; Mia Lee, Undergraduate Division winner; and Shelly Corbets, chair of the Student Paper Competition.
3. Left to right: Ron Barrett, chair of the Student Activities Committee; members of the winning Undergraduate Team Division; and Shelly Corbets, chair of the Student Paper Competition.
4. Left to right: Ron Barrett, chair of the Student Activities Committee; Ashley Scharfenberg, one of the Community Outreach winners; and Shelly Corbets, chair of the Student Paper Competition.

12/06/2016

Are you going to the AIAA SciTech 2017 Forum in Grapevine, TX January 8-13?

The first place winners of the AIAA Regional Student Conferences will be presenting their papers at the AIAA Foundation International Student Conference. You may want to come and support and hear what the students are doing.

Monday 9, January 2017
9:30-1:00 ISC Sessions-Undergraduate Category Pecos 1
ISC Sessions-Masters Category Longhorn Hall D
ISC Sessions-Team Category Pecos 3
2:00-4:00 ISC Sessions-Community Outreach Longhorn Hall D

Congratulations to the 2015 Orville and Wilbur Wright Graduate Award winners!!Brent Pomeroy-University of Illinois at Ur...
06/12/2015

Congratulations to the 2015 Orville and Wilbur Wright Graduate Award winners!!
Brent Pomeroy-University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Brent Pomeroy is a PhD candidate at the University of Illinois studying aerodynamics under Dr. Michael Selig. He received his B.S. in aeronautical engineering from Clarkson University in 2010, and completed his M.S. in 2012 at Illinois. While in graduate school, Brent has focused his research upon aerodynamic design and analysis with a particular interest in high-lift systems. He has had a variety of internship experiences at Boeing, NASA, and General Electric.
Matthew Reilly-Georgia Institute of Technology
Matthew Reilly is currently pursuing a graduate degree in aerospace engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology. He has a research assistantship in the Aerospace Systems Design Lab. Matt grew up in Upper Freehold, NJ and received his undergraduate degree in mechanical engineering at Rowan University. He has had four internships, including two of which were with NASA. He is an avid outdoorsman and thrill seeker, with ambitions of becoming an astronaut.

10/24/2014

AIAA Fantastic Friday! The first 5 people who respond to this post will receive a free gift. On your mark...get set...GO!!!

05/14/2014

Congrats to all the Regional Student Conference Winners, participants, and hosts! Looking forward to the 2015 Student Conferences

Good times at the Region 3 Student Conference. Congrats to all the winners and great job by the students at Cleveland St...
04/06/2014

Good times at the Region 3 Student Conference. Congrats to all the winners and great job by the students at Cleveland State University.

04/05/2014

Follow whats going on at the AIAA Regional Student Conferences by following us on twitter #2014AIAARSC

Aerospace in the Spotlight at AIAA Student Conference
04/01/2014
Aerospace in the Spotlight at AIAA Student Conference

Aerospace in the Spotlight at AIAA Student Conference

The Sacramento California Student Branch of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) hosted a conference for Region VI. Invitations were sent to all student branches in the seven western United States.

Dear AIAA student branches, The International Conference on Environmental Systems (ICES) Steering Committee is inviting ...
01/30/2014
Texas Tech University :: Whitacre College of Engineering :: Civil & Environmental Engineering ::...

Dear AIAA student branches,
The International Conference on Environmental Systems (ICES) Steering Committee is inviting students to participate in the student poster competition during the 44th ICES in Tucson, AZ 13-17 July 2014. The student poster competition provides an excellent forum for students to present their ICES related work in an informal and interactive setting during a dedicated student poster reception. Posters are ideal for presenting speculative or late-breaking results, or for giving an introduction to interesting, innovative work. Posters are intended to provide students and ICES participants with the ability to connect with one another and to discuss the work presented.
As a competition each poster will be judged on both the student's ability to convey the poster content to the judges and the format of the poster.
Students are invited to submit abstracts on their proposed poster by 1 June 2014. Details concerning focus of content and format can be found on www.depts.ttu.edu/ceweb/ices/. Authors will be notified of poster presentation acceptance by 10 June 2014.
Each participating student will receive a ticket to the conference banquet. Prizes will be given to the best posters.
Please go ahead and advertise this interesting opportunity for students to participate during the 44th ICES student poster competition.
In case of question, please contact Matthias Holzwarth at [email protected].

Texas Tech University Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering

Congrats to all who attended and participated in the 2014 International Student Conference!!! Thank you to the Student A...
01/28/2014

Congrats to all who attended and participated in the 2014 International Student Conference!!! Thank you to the Student Activities Committee for hosting such a magnificant event.

Congrats to all who attended and participated in the 2014 International Student Conference!!! Thank you to the Student Activities Committee for hosting such a magnificant event.

Having fun at the AIAA Foundation Student Reception and Awards 2014
01/27/2014

Having fun at the AIAA Foundation Student Reception and Awards 2014

Having fun at the AIAA Foundation Student Reception and Awards 2014

AIAA - The American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics
01/27/2014

AIAA - The American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics

AIAA student member, Mary Kate Smith from Mississippi State University, will compete on King of the Nerds on TBS this Thursday, January 23! Tune in: http://www.tbs.com/shows/king-of-the-nerds/

Happy New Year to our Facebook friends! May 2014 bring you peace and joy.
01/01/2014

Happy New Year to our Facebook friends! May 2014 bring you peace and joy.

12/16/2013

Are you going to the SciTech 2014 Conference? Do you need a roommate to share the expense of the hotel stay? Why not communicate with other attendees?! Just leave a comment with your name and email address so that a potential roommate can find you. Good luck and hope to see you all at SciTech!

6-year-old tries to save NASA | 9news.com
12/11/2013
6-year-old tries to save NASA | 9news.com

6-year-old tries to save NASA | 9news.com

KUSA - A 6-year-old who dreams of being an astronaut for NASA has taken matters into his own hands by starting an online petition to try and save NASA. Connor Johnson has wanted to be an astronaut since he was three. When he learned that congress was threatening his future prospects to be a scientis...

Happy Thursday Everyone!!! The AIAA Scholarship and Graduate Awards site is now open. You can begin applying today: http...
11/21/2013
AIAA - AIAA Awards

Happy Thursday Everyone!!! The AIAA Scholarship and Graduate Awards site is now open. You can begin applying today: https://www.aiaa-awards.org/awards

To help support promising future aerospace professionals, the AIAA Foundation annually awards financial aid to undergraduate and graduate students in science or engineering programs related to aerospace. Our goal is to help attract top science and engineering students to aerospace fields to provide…

Check out photos from UVA's Aero Day! Send us photos from your meetings, events, and competitions. Email them to rachela...
11/18/2013

Check out photos from UVA's Aero Day! Send us photos from your meetings, events, and competitions. Email them to [email protected].

Aero Day is an annual event sponsored by AIAA at UVA, along with UVA’s engineering faculty, Sigma Gamma Tau, and the “Hoos Flying” aero design team. The focus of the event is community outreach and getting kids involved in science and engineering.

11/12/2013
AIAA Credo: In Search of the Next Impossible Thing

This video debuts “In Search of the Next Impossible Thing,” AIAA's new credo. It is designed to inspire people both inside and outside AIAA, and remind us all of the reasons for coming together and establishing a collective voice for our profession.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rWPeV6g6BRQ

This video debuts "In Search of the Next Impossible Thing," our new AIAA credo, bringing our essence and work alive in a captivating, engaging, and lyrical w...

11/06/2013

Calling all Students....Calling all Students....we are going through the last round of testing of our scholarship site and need your assistance. If you have NOT volunteered before now is your chance. Looking for five students to test the site. Please contact me for more information ([email protected]). Thank you!!!

11/05/2013

Thank you to all those who volunteered to help test the new scholarship site. Your help has made a huge difference and soon we will have the site up and running.

10/30/2013

Hey I am looking for some AIAA student members to help me test the new scholarship site. If anyone is interested please send me an email with the subject title "AIAA Testing". ([email protected]). Testing and feedback needs to be completed by noon on Friday Thank you!!!

10/22/2013

Internship Opportunities: NASA 2014 Spring Internships
Office of Legislative & Intergovernmental Affairs

Where:

National Aeronautics & Space Administration Headquarters, 300 E St. S.W., Washington, D.C.

Duration:

Spring semester (Part-time, 20 hours, flexible schedule, beginning in late January or early February through May)

Description:

NASA Headquarters, Office of Legislative and Intergovernmental Affairs (OLIA), Outreach Division, is accepting applications for part-time unpaid internships for Spring 2014.

OLIA interns will learn about how a Federal agency’s legislative affairs office functions. Intern responsibilities will include: assisting with planning and executing events on Capitol Hill, researching legislation, database entry, and other administrative tasks as assigned.

OLIA provides executive leadership, direction, and coordination of all communications and relationships, both legislative and non-legislative, between NASA and the United States Congress as well as state and local governments.

Candidates should possess strong organization, good communication skills, a professional attitude, and an interest in the legislative process. Students majoring in politics, policy, communications or science and engineering fields preferred. An interest in aeronautics, space science and exploration is also desired. U.S. Citizenship required.

To apply, please send a resume and cover letter describing your interest in interning at NASA and your relevant skills and experience to Lisa Stewart, at [email protected] by Dec. 6.

Looking for internship opportunity? http://www.blueorigin.com/internships/
10/22/2013
Blue Origin - Summer Internships

Looking for internship opportunity? http://www.blueorigin.com/internships/

Blue Origin, LLC is developing technologies to enable human access to space at dramatically lower cost and increased reliability. This is a long-term effort, which we’re pursuing incrementally, step by step. We’re currently focused on developing reusable launch vehicles utilizing rocket-powered Vert...

AIAA - The American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics
10/15/2013

AIAA - The American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics

Wendy Okolo, a student member of AIAA, received the AIAA Foundation John Leland Atwood Graduate Award. Wendy is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in the Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering department at University of Texas at Arlington and will also be presenting three papers at AIAA SciTech 2014. Join us in congratulating Wendy!

10/07/2013

AIAA would like to welcome two new student branches to our family. Rowan University and Stevens Institute of Technology!

AIAA - The American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics
10/07/2013

AIAA - The American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics

Are you a member of an AIAA student branch? If so, join our AIAA Student Programs page! Also, check out our new student branch giveaways...

Good Morning Cornell University AIAA Student Branch!!!
10/07/2013

Good Morning Cornell University AIAA Student Branch!!!

Atmospheric Teaching Experiment at Virginia Tech
10/03/2013

Atmospheric Teaching Experiment at Virginia Tech

We are excited to present the new look of the Atmospheric Teaching Experiment! From now on, we will use the acronym ATEx and, with the help of a talented graphic design student, we have created a new logo to reflect the acronym change!

Hello Mississippi State University Student Branch!!!!!!
10/02/2013

Hello Mississippi State University Student Branch!!!!!!

Address

12700 Sunrise Valley Drive, Suite 200
Reston, VA
20191

Opening Hours

Monday 09:00 - 17:00
Tuesday 09:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 09:00 - 17:00
Thursday 09:00 - 17:00
Friday 09:00 - 17:00

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(703) 264-7577

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