8 industry leaders join to help shape the future of aerospace at the University of Michigan
Michigan Aerospace welcomes new members to the Industry Advisory Board
Space startup success in the upper peninsula
University of Michigan alumnus and CEO of Orbion Space Technology Dr. Lyon (Brad) King is no stranger to out-of-this-world technological advancement. From the company’s upper peninsula headquarters, the Orbion team has developed revolutionary small satellite propulsion systems designed to make spaceflight more simple, affordable and reliable for any in-space maneuvers. Read More >
Trudy Kortes on the power of public speaking, space technology, and a long commute￼
Alum and IAB member leads NASA technology demonstration program
A glimpse behind the curtain at NASA with Mike Hess
Aero alum and Deputy for Safety at NASA talks about partnerships, working in space exploration, and flying across town for lunch
Two Aero Alums featured in Smithsonian exhibit celebrating Women in STEM
Celebrating Women Futures Month, the Smithsonian exhibit #IfThenSheCan consists of 120 3D printed life size statues of a diverse coalition of contemporary women STEM innovators and role models who are leaders in their fields.
It makes me proud to be a Michigan Engineer:
Reflections from a recent Aero grad.
Recent U-M Aerospace Engineering alumna earns three awards at ASEE conference
Aerospace Engineering alumna Corin Bowen received three awards at the 2021 ASEE annual conference.
Aerospace alumnus turns 100
U-M Aerospace engineering extends belated birthday wishes to centenarian Jack Tsu, class of 1941.
New Aerospace Engineering faculty member focuses on engineering education research
Assistant Professor Aaron Johnson studies how students learn and ways faculty instruction can support students’ career launch.
Apollo 15 at 50: A celebration of the all-Michigan crew’s mission and the future of space exploration
July 30 virtual event highlights future lunar and deep space missions, the technologies to get there, and U-M’s research contributions to space exploration.
FXB Fellow Davoudi’s PhD research could enhance autonomous operation of urban delivery drones
The highly coveted FXB Fellowship is given to exceptional Aerospace Engineering PhD students to support their research on the analysis and design of flight vehicles. Meet recent graduate and FXB Fellow Behdad Davoudi.
Michigan alumnus Wu set to lead Taiwan’s space R&D efforts
His top priority is to design and manufacture Taiwan’s own satellites and rockets.
Michigan on team selected for $15M NASA institute to investigate testing of advanced propulsion concepts
The NASA Space Technology Mission Directorate has selected the Joint Advanced Propulsion Institute (JANUS) to explore high power electric propulsion systems for human exploration. Michigan Aerospace alumnus Mitchell Walker of the Georgia Institute of Technology will be the principal investigator and director. U-M Assistant Professor Benjamin Jorns will serve as co-director.
Celebrating Michigan Aerospace alumna Lily Arcusa and her 17-year career with the US Air Force
Lily Arcusa (BSAE ’03) has worked as an aerospace engineer for the US Air Force since graduating from the University of Michigan. She currently holds the position of Director of Engineering, Presidential and Executive Airlift Directorate, United States Air Force.
Celebrating 102-year old Michigan Aerospace Alum, Robert Dick Richmond (’42)
University of Michigan Aerospace alum Robert Richmond reflected on highlights from his forty-year career as an aerospace engineer.
Congratulations Dr. Artie Mabbett on his new appointment as a Michigan Aerospace Industrial Advisory Board member
Welcome Vice President & Operations Manager of the Leidos Innovations Center and U-M Aerospace Engineering alumnus Dr. Artie Mabbett to the Industrial Advisory Board!