If you see us on campus, say 'hello!' The Georgia Tech Chapter of Women of Aeronautics and Astronautics (WoAA) was founded with the vision of reaching out and becoming a resource for current and future female students in this discipline. We may not always be wearing our WoAA T-shirts, but you are bound to see us in the halls of the AE School. When you do, let us know what you are thinking. Interested in joining? Email us at email@example.com
What is the Women of Aeronautics & Astronautics (WoAA)?
- Established during the 2018-19 academic year, the Women of Aeronautics and Astronautics (WoAA) chapter at Georgia Tech is a newly formed committee under the Outreach Division of Georgia Tech's AIAA Chapter
- Georgia Tech's WoAA Chapter is part of a national coalition of female-led student groups from aerospace engineering degree programs at several universities and colleges
- There are 13 WoAA Chapters across the United States,
- Seven of the top 12 ranked aerospace engineering programs in the United States have WoAA Chapters
- There are more than 500 members nationwide,
- Members come from a variety of backgrounds, including young professionals, alumni, and faculty
- Open Meetings: Select Thursdays, 12 - 1 p.m. WHERE Our 14-person board meets biweekly Thursdays 12 PM - 1 p.m. We would like to open up some of our meetings. Come share your ideas and meet the WoAA board! Locations will be announced in the WoAA slack channel close to the meeting dates. Our next meeting is Thursday, November 14
- AE Machine Shop Training: Wednesday November 6 - Thursday November 7 | Pizza | RSVP and learn more
- Yang Aero Maker Space Open Lab Day: Saturday November 9 | 10 am - 4 pm | Aero Maker Space | Food | learn more
- Reading Day/ Study Hall: Wednesday December 4, more info coming soon!
The Georgia Tech WoAA Chapter has been busy this semester.
- Sept. 6: AE First-year Student Organization Fair & Social
Representatives from all of the major AE-related student organizations gathered together for an afternoon social where first-year students got a chance to see what they could offer.
- Oct. 1: Fellowship Panel
Recipients of the 2019 Matthew Iskakowitz and the Brooke Owens Fellowships gave practical advice on how how to put together a successful application for one of these sought-after fellowships.
- Oct. 14: WoAA Board Meeting
- Oct. 26: Pink STEM Mentoring
The Georgia Tech WoAA Chapter is partnering with PinkSTEM, a local outreach organization, for 8 bi-weekly mentoring meetings, each scheduled on Saturdays, from 10 am to 12 pm. At these meetings we'll meet with around 5-15 elementary school girls who are participating in workshops to boost their technical skills. If you are interested, please fill out an interest form. Also, make sure you can attend at least 3 out of the 8 meetings. We've scheduled four meetings this semester, and four next semester.
- Oct. 26-27: Stargazing Overnight Trip w/ Astronomy Club
- Nov. 1: Space Camp Scholarship Bake Sale
The Georgia Tech WoAA Chapter and AE Alumna Tiffany Nicole Davis put together a bake sale on campus to help raise funds for aspiring female astronauts, so that they can attend Space Camp. Space Camp is the ultimate educational experience that illuminates real-world applications of STEM in the aerospace world. Enrollment in Space Camp cost approximately $1100 per student, not including transportation expenses.
Meet the GT 2019-2020 WoAA Board
|Saumya Sharma||Emily Ku||Aarohi Shah||Sanjana Tewathia|
|Harshini Sivakumar||Megan Kim||Jordan Rheingrover||Sarajane Crawford|
|Danielle Dixon||Chrissy Pettit||Preethi Mysore||Emily Glover|
|Arega Margousian||Denisse Madera|