Trump says he’s had ‘one very brief meeting’ about UFOs but remains skeptical
Aerospace Professor Iain Boyd’s op-ed explaining new UFO reporting protocols by the Navy are cited by Business Insider.
Four Engineers graduate with PhDs from University of Michigan
On Friday, four engineers, including the first black woman to earn a Ph.D. in Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences at the University of Michigan, graduated from Michigan Engineering.
An Engineering School With Half of Its Leadership Female? How Did That Happen?
Alec Gallimore, Dean of Engineering, shares the CoE’s path to filling half of the top leadership positions at the University of Michigan’s College of Engineering with women on The Chronicle.
The race to develop hypersonic weapons and how the US may defend against them
Iain Boyd, AE Professor, writes about the race to develop hypersonic weapons and gives his take on the need for a good hypersonic weapon defense system all on The Conversation.
Kitty Hawk, flying cars, and the challenges of ‘going 3D’
AERO professor Ella Atkins discusses the FAA’s capability to keep up with autonomous aviation safety regulations.
AE Professor Iain Boyd discusses the future of Boeing’s 737 MAX aircraft on Knowledge@Wharton Podcast
Iain Boyd, AE Professor, joins Stuart Alex Craig, Assistant Professor of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering at the University of Arizona to discuss the future of Boeing’s 737 MAX aircraft on Knowledge@Wharton Podcast.
Noah Furbush, Masters student in Space Engineering and member of the U-M football team, models the role of flying cars in sustainable mobility in new study
A Jetsons future? In a new study, Noah Furbush, Masters student in Space Engineering, UM AERO alumnus, and member of the U-M football team, models the role of flying cars in sustainable mobility.
How the auto industry is inspiring aviation innovation
AERO professor Ella Atkins explains that the future of both cars and aircrafts will rely on automation.
Why point-to-point rocket travel will take longer than you think
AERO professor Ella Atkins explains the hurdles of commercial space travel.
Black engineers convention to help push more minority students into jobs
Alec Gallimore, the Robert J. Vlasic Dean of Engineering, the Richard F. and Eleanor A. Towner Professor, an Arthur F. Thurnau Professor, and a professor both of aerospace engineering and of applied physics is quoted in the Detroit Free Press.