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These December graduates tell us what they are doing after commencement
Ohio native Kenneth Smith was named to the Forbes Magazine 30-Under-30 list. It's not slowing him down. One bit.
Ostrow Air took home the top AE prize for improvements to commuter airline
AE research engineer didn't listen to nay-sayers when she was growing up. And we're all happy she did.
This is the second time in the last decade that Smith has been recognized with a NASA Group Achievement Award
Two AE students were singled out for their dedication. The AE School was recognized for having the best new SEDS chapter.
After a decade of loss, AE undergrad Mariah Amstutz is ready to win
The veteran AE faculty will use the resources of the professorship to improve on an already-rich professional relationship
Andris Jaunzemis is the lead author on "Judicial Evidential Reasoning for Decision Support Applied to Orbit Insertion Failure
Aerospace engineering lecturer Dr. Tarub A. Zaidi took an afternoon away from his GT-Lorraine classroom to visit Cargolux
AE professor Dewey Hodges's most recent award from the AIAA gives us a moment to glance at an extrardinary career
AE professor Mitchell Walker hosted the 2017 International Electric Propulsion Conference
<p>The first rail dragster in Georgia was built by students in the Georgia Tech Auto Club. </p>
As cars became an American obsession and racing grew popular, Tech students, alumni, and faculty made their mark on the sport.
AE professor Panagiotis Tsiotras is part of the multidisciplinary, multi-university alliance
Prof. Brian Gunter and several students will give presentations at two-day event that will also feature astronaut Shane Kimbrough
Davis is one of just 69 students nationwide to receive a NESSF from NASA
Kennedy and his research team are in the final stages of creating novel designs for nextgen airplane wings.
Team Coronis and Team HAMMMR submitted the top two airplane design in national competition
The Daniel Guggenheim School of Aerospace Engineering has been ranked in the top 5 nationally for more than a decade
<p>The Cassini spacecraft, which has been orbiting Saturn since 2004, will plunge into Saturn on September 15. <em>(Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech)</em></p>
Michael Staab is one of three people authorized to send commands to Cassini spacecraft.

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