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Joseph F. Sutter Education Fund in Aeronautics and Astronautics

Please give to create a permanent fund in the William E. Boeing Department of Aeronautics & Astronautics honoring Joe Sutter, one of the UW's most accomplished and beloved alumni. The fund will focus on student support including undergraduate scholarships, senior capstone design project support, and K-12 engineering outreach.
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UW Alum Marleen Martinez featured on PBS show MAKERS: Women in Space
Catch A&A Alum Marleen Martinez (BS 06) in MAKERS: Women in Space on PBS tonight, Tuesday Oct 14th. You can also read an interview with Marleen in the Denver Post

A&A Professor to Present at TEDx Rainier Event
Associate Professor Kristi Morgansen will be presenting at the TEDx Rainier event being held on 11/22/14 at McCaw Hall, 9am to 5pm. Details about the event can be found here.

Prof. Anthony M. Waas Named Chair of Dept of A&A
Dean Michael Bragg announced Thursday, September 9th that Prof. Tony Waas will be the next chair of the William E. Boeing Department of Aeronautics & Astronautics effective January 1, 2015.

Prof. Waas comes to the UW from the University of Michigan where he is a professor of aerospace engineering and of mechanical engineering, and the Felix Pawlowski collegiate chair professor. Tony brings research expertise in composite structures and lightweight materials as well as a long history of working with The Boeing Company, General Electric Co. and the automotive industry.

Please join us in congratulating Prof. Waas and welcoming him to the department!

Prof. Uri Shumlak Named as Interim Chair of A&A
Professor Uri Shumlak will serve as acting chair of the William E. Boeing Department of Aeronautics & Astronautics beginning September 16th. Prof. Shumlak's leadership, scholarship, and impact are widely recognized on this campus and across the country. We are grateful that he has been willing to assume this role in the department.

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