A new collaboration between Blue Origin and U-M Aerospace Engineering creates a win-win partnership
Blue Origin Joins the MBSE & Systems Engineering Ecosystem at the University of Michigan
Aerospace Engineering unveils new Model-Based Systems Engineering Leadership Lab
First-of-its-kind facility enables student collaboration on projects to design, build, test, and fly aircraft using MBSE and industry-proven tools and processes.
Congratulations MACH on placing first in the AIAA Design, Build, Fly Competition for their Design Report
U-M Aerospace student project team MACH won first place in the International American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Design, Build, and Fly Competition in the design report phase.
Air Serv and University of Michigan Partner to Improve Aerial Support in Humanitarian Aid
This is the first collaboration for Air Serv International, one of the world’s leading aviation service providers for humanitarian missions, and the University of Michigan’s Aerospace department, the fourth ranked undergraduate aerospace engineering program in the country.
Congratulations George Halow on receiving the 2020 Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Impact Award
The Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Impact award was established in 2020 to recognize faculty who have made significant contributions to advancing diversity, equity & inclusion in the Department of Aerospace Engineering.
Caution and connection in in-person classes during COVID-19
Faculty members and students share their perspectives.
Professor George Halow Receives 2020 Silver Shaft Award
Sigma Gamma Tau has named George Halow, Professor of Practice of Aerospace Engineering, as recipient of the 2020 Silver Shaft Award.
UM Aero blends engineering with business education to teach students how to thrive as well as build in modern industries
The University of Michigan Aerospace Engineering Department is going beyond the nuts and bolts of engineering education by introducing essential aspects of business culture. Led by George F. Halow, Professor of Practice in Aerospace Engineering, the goal is to create a new generation of well-rounded engineers who can thrive in a fast-changing professional world.
First AE201 Intro to Eng class taught at Davis Aerospace High School
An AE201 Intro to Engineering class was taught at Davis Aerospace High School by Avin Vijay, a graduate student of Dr. Tony Waas.
Aero 285 Holds “Culture in Careers: Changing the Face of Aerospace” Panel
Aero 285 Holds “Culture in Careers: Changing the Face of Aerospace” Panel featuring Ellen Chang, Dr. Kevin Michaels, Tia Sutton, and Tony Waas.
Davis Aerospace High School students experience Aerospace Engineering at UM
UM Aero continues its partnership with Davis Aerospace High School and hopes to expand its engineering outreach
Aerospace Engineering welcomes Mr. George F. Halow, Professor of Practice
We welcome Mr. George F. Halow, a longstanding leader at Ford Motor Company to his role of Professor of Practice at UM Aerospace