An AeroAstro Centennial video look at our history, our people, our grand challenges.
AeroAstro is America's oldest and most respected university aerospace program. We have a tradition of strong scholarship and solving industrial-strength problems. Our community comprises people whose careers have included astronaut, Air Force secretary, NASA associate administrator and chief technologist, Air Force chief scientist, aerospace executive, and corporate founder. Our alumni are entrepreneurs, policy-makers, educators, and researchers pushing technology’s boundaries.
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In The News
Eugene Covert, longtime AeroAstro professor and former USAF chief scientist, dies at 88.
AeroAstro is inviting tenure-track faculty applicants committed to teaching and research excellence.
Hundreds around the globe to join Global Space Balloon Challenge.
Prof. Julie Shah: helping computers and humans to work as colleagues.