Resources for Faculty, Staff & Students

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AeroAstro individual staff roles and responsibilities

AeroAstro individual staff roles and responsibilities.

AeroAstro Room Reservations

Check daily availability of meeting rooms 31-201M, 31-301, 33-116, 33-206, 37-322; classrooms 33-218, 33-308, 33-319, 33-418, 33-419, and 33-422; the Neumann Hangar and Mezzanine; and the Blast Chamber. To reserve rooms, except Hangar, Mezzanine, and 31-270, email aarooms [at] mit.edu. To reserve shared Aero-MechE seminar room 31-270, contact rsato [at] mit.edu (Robin Courchesne-Sato). To reserve Hangar and/or Mezzanine, email aeroastro-hangar-reserve [at] mit.edu (subject: Hangar%20reserve) . Preference is given to reservations from within the AeroAstro Department.

AeroAstro Email Lists

The following group email lists are organized by Role/Job Function within AeroAstro. All lists are maintained and moderated by the Communications Officer, except for the academic lists aa-grad and aa-undergrad, which are maintained and moderated by the Graduate Program Administrator and the Academic Administrator (with assistance from Communications Officer). Email aa-communications [at] mit.edu (subject: RE%3A%20Department%20Email%20Lists)  for more information.

Each List Name should be followed by @mit.edu.

Last updated: 11.26.2019
Download AeroAstro Email List Reference Handout (pdf).

List Name:

Who am I emailing?

aa-all

Full, Associate and Assistant Professors; Professors of the Practice; Emeritus Professors; Post-tenure Professors; Lecturers; Visiting faculty, students and scholars; Principal Research Scientists and Engineers; Senior Research Scientists and Engineers; Research staff; Research affiliates; Postdocs, Administrative staff; Undergraduate students; Graduate students; Support staff.

 

Internal events and announcements only. Public event announcements must use aa-events.

aa-events

For public-facing event announcements. Includes all members of aa-all listed above + external audience (including first year undergraduates) who have requested to receive notifications about AA events. Students from other departments who work in AeroAstro labs should be instructed to subscribe to this list during their onboarding process.

 

Option to opt-in to receive emails from this list here: http://mailman.mit.edu/mailman/listinfo/aa-events

aa-dept

Full, Associate and Assistant Professors; Professors of the Practice; Emeritus Professors; Post-tenure Professors; Lecturers; Principal Research Scientists and Engineers; Senior Research Scientists and Engineers; Research staff; Research affiliates; Postdocs; Administrative staff; Support staff

aa-faculty

Full, Associate and Assistant Professors; Professors of the Practice; Emeritus Professors; Post-tenure Professors

aa-principal-investigators

All principal investigators: Full, Associate and Assistant Professors; Professors of the Practice; Principal Research Scientists and Engineers; Senior Research Scientists and Engineers

aa-research-pi

Research principal investigators: Principal Research Scientists and Engineers; Senior Research Scientists and Engineers

aa-teaching

Full, Associate and Assistant Professors; Professors of the Practice; Lecturers

aa-research

Principal Research Scientists and Engineers; Senior Research Scientists and Engineers; Research staff

aa-postdocs

Postdocs

aa-staff

Administrative staff; Support staff, Research staff (minus postdocs)

aa-financial-officers

Financial Officers

aa-support-staff

Support staff

aa-undergrad

Undergraduate students (Course 16 sophomores-seniors)

aa-grad

Graduate students

aa-full-professors

Full Professors

aa-hq

AeroAstro Headquarters staff

Principal Investigator’s Request for Research Proposal

(faculty access only) The Principal Investigator's Request for Research Proposal is a portal for the uniform online submission of proposal requests. It gathers information to allow financial officers to plan for the deadlines of the proposal process. Faculty must complete and submit this brief online form at least 10 working days before the research proposal is due to the sponsor.

Graduate Student Research Evaluations

(advisor access only) Each semester, AeroAstro advisors must participate with their grad students in an evaluation of the student’s research. This process enables advisor and student to ensure that the student's research progress is satisfactory. The evaluation also incorporates the reporting system for the student’s 16.THG grade. It is accomplished via an online interactive application and in person.

TA/RA/Draper Fellows Policies, Expectations, Guidelines

Documents describing MIT’s policies and expectations regarding teaching/research assistants, and guidelines for research assistants/Draper Fellowships.

Awards and Recognition Program

This program encourage members of the department to publicly recognize AeroAstro staff members' outstanding work and service to the department, and to express gratitude for help and support. Award nominations are generally solicited in the late winter/early spring.

AeroAstro Headquarters Wiki

Documents and notes for the use of AeroAstro faculty.