As an alumnus of the Daniel Guggenheim School of Aerospace Engineering, I take great pride in the innovation that is the hallmark of this institution. It has created great opportunities for me, in my career. As the chair of the School’s Advisory Council, I am committed to building upon that legacy for the next generation of aerospace engineers.
The rigor of our program today will be the foundation of tomorrow’s leaders.
My colleagues on the Advisory Council share that commitment and something more: we are all constantly scanning our horizons - in business, government, academia, and beyond - to find the next big challenge -- real-world engineering problems worthy of the talent that AE students bring to their endeavors.
I invite you to support our quest,
John E. Laughter
Industry, military, academic, and government leaders are recruited to serve on the AESAC. Members meet once a year to discuss the School's progress and define its goals for the coming year. The following are the 2016 members of AESAC: