Chair Kristi Morgansen celebrates the recent accomplishments of the department and looks to the promising future of growing the department, engaging alumni, and enhancing course offerings.
Members of the Kirsten Wind Tunnel's student crew are working to ease the transition from the old data acquisition system to a new one.
Read the memories of UWAL / KWT alumni and add your own! What made your student crew experience so unique?
A&A remembers George Jeffs, an aerospace legend from the Apollo missions to the development of GPS satellites.
Funding targeted toward enhancing UW ice accretion research will upgrade the Kirsten Wind Tunnel's service offerings for a range of commercial customers.
A&A celebrated 100 years of aeronautics instruction, bringing together for a day-long event Boeing executives, UW leaders, current and former faculty, partners, and alumni.
Laura McGill and Rao Varanasi were named the 2018 and 2019 A&A Distinguished Alumni. McGill (BSAA '83) is VP of Engineering at Raytheon Missile Systems, while Varanasi (Ph.D. '68) has had an incredible 45-year career at Boeing.
One of A&A’s newest clubs is reaching out to elementary and middle school girls to show them examples of women engineers.
UW SARP's chief engineer, A&A's Jess Grant, relates what it takes to compete, and win, in the Spaceport America Cup.
A&A welcomes Justin Little, whose research focuses on the intersection of electric propulsion and plasma physics.
A&A’s Rob Grover explains experiencing the landing of the Mars InSight probe after six years of preparations.
A&A is advancing research in plasma science, supersonic retropropulsion, damage-sensing composites, network dynamics, and origami-inspired aerospace structures.
A&A students and young alumni won fellowships, scholarships, and honors from AIAA and Aviation Week.
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