News Archive

Vigor Yang, the former chair of the AE School played a major role in establishing the Aero Maker Space
Astronauts Tim Kopra, Sandra Magnus, and Bill McArthur weigh in on the building blocks of leadership
Unified Approach for Accurate and Efficient Modeling of Composite Beams, Plates, and Shells" is the title of the lecture that Hodges gave at the University of Arizona
In his monthly podcast, CoE Dean McLaughlin and Prof. Brian Gunter discuss space exploration at Georgia Tech and his small satellite missions that make it possible.
Organizers added another day to the symposium to keep up with demand from space enthusiasts
Both will take advantage of this strategic collaboration to accelerate the transformation of the aircraft design process.
Fourth year students Erica Hulette and Jared Mehnert needed one more grueling challenge before they graduated
The faculty advisor and the newly elected officers for the Atlanta Chapter of the Vertical Lift Society weigh in on group's name change
Schulte's doctoral dissertation garnered the Luigi G. Napolitano Award
AE professor Massimo Ruzzene is a PI on project that will investigate voupled skull-brain vibroacoustics and ultrasound
ZA-20 Colt - an aircraft designed by the aerospace engineering undergrad - took home top honors in a national competition
AE's Dewey Hodges, Marilyn Smith, and Tim Lieuwen recognized
Jean Luis Suazo, Christopher Roper, and Kreston Barron chosen for the University of Michigan's training seminar
AE Career Week kicks off Sunday night September 16. Don't miss a thing.
Renee Shelby, a history/sociology Ph.D. student will serve as vice president
The U.S. News & World Report Survey of Undgraduate Rankings Released
Also named is AESAC member Ron Bessire
Students from GT and six other universities kicked-off Boeing's yearlong AerosPACE Challenge
There are hundreds of student orgs at Tech. These are among the most popular orgs with aerospace engineering students
Prof. Mark F. Costello stepped into the role of Chair on Aug. 15