Michigan Aerospace alumni have been influencing the aviation and aerospace fields for over 100 years. They work in all types of organizations and touch nearly every part of our work, from developing new structural materials for lightweight aircraft to landing rockets to crafting policies that help innovate our space industry. Their stories are our stories. These are some of the incredible alumni among our U-M Aerospace community
Julie Bellerose’s career spanned two continents, three countries and a vast array of incredible missions.
Kip Daugirdas (‘08) is breaking records in amateur rocketry.
Knowing aviation was her future, Duke leveraged expertise in aerodynamics to lead operational fleet design at Pratt & Whitney
A non-traditional U-M student, Arcusa shows how U-M prepared her for a stellar career
Elliott on finding inspiration in gas turbine engines, restarting her career and being a change agent.