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TENURE-TRACK FACULTY POSITION
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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A&A Research Assoc. has been awarded the Schlumberger Foundation Faculty for Future Award
A&A Research Associate Dr. Nhung Nguyen has been awarded the Schlumberger Foundation Faculty for Future Award for 2015-16. The process for determining the awardee is very competitive and this is a huge honor for A&A! Please join us in congratulating Dr. Nhung!
NASA Director to Speak at April 20 JCATI Symposium
James Free, Director of the NASA Glenn Research Center, will be the keynote speaker at the 3rd Annual Joint Center for Aerospace Technology Innovation (JCATI) Symposium held April 20 at the UW HUB. For registration information, visit www.jcati.org.
A&A Students Awarded at AIAA Regional Conference
A total of 15 A&A students attended the recent AIAA Region VI Student Conference in Reno, NV. Several of the students received awards in their categories:
-Ellie Forbes (junior): 1st place Undergraduate Category
-Bonghan Kim (senior): 3rd place Undergraduate Category
-Elliot Claveau (grad student): 2nd place Graduate Category
Please join us in congratulating all of the students that attended!
A&A Grad Student Derek Sutherland on Forbes 30 Under 30 in Energy List
The 2015 Forbes list of 30 Under 30 in Energy focuses on those who have created inventions and founded companies with the objective of saving or conserving energy, rather than creating it. A researcher in plasma physics and fusion energy, Derek has worked on many plasma-based devices, including spheromaks at General Fusion and tokamaks at General Atomics and MIT. Congratulations to Derek!