In addition to ice cream and the opportunity to hang-out with your MechE classmates, awards will be presented by Professors’ Sachse and Desjardins to ASME and AIAA Executive Board members at 1:30 in Upson Lounge. Help congratulate those volunteers who do so much to enhance your student experience.
GE Aviation Tech Talk: Engineering a New Generation of Jet Engines
Presented by Andy Martin, Cornell Alum and GE Aviation Senior Staff Engineer and Technologist
Monday September 15th, 4:30 – 5:30 pm in Phillips 403
All Engineering Majors welcome! Pizza will be served. GE Tech Talk
Xcor Aerospace Info Session and Pizza, Monday, March 24, anytime between 11:00a.m.-1:30pm Upson LoungeXCOR – Cornell Internship Recruiting Flyer
With the help of ASME and AIAA volunteers, the Boynton Middle School Science Olympiad team was able to achieve overall silver medal in the competition as well as a few gold, silver, and bronze medals for other specific events in their regional competition! Activities ranged from testing the student’s knowledge of meteorology to having the students build a helicopter device to get an egg safely to the floor. Thank you all volunteers who helped out! Any students interested in helping in the future please contact Stephanie Locks at firstname.lastname@example.org.
for more information: Prof Moon Lecture 2-13-14
TODAY, Thurs. February 13, 2014, 4:30-5:30 in Phillips 101
for flyer: Prof Moon Lecture 2-13-14
Thurs. February 13, 2014, 4:30-5:30 in Phillips 101
Meet these four awesome seniors and hear about their internship/research experiences:
– Interned at NASA and with the start-up Planetary Resources
– Got to do science with Bill Nye!
– Laboratory for Intelligent Machine Systems researcher
– Worked for GE Aviation through Cornell’s Engineering Co-Op Program
– 3D Printing Researcher in the Shepherd Lab
– Airframe Subteam Lead on CUAir
– Worked for NASA at Glenn Research Center
– Researched stealthy drone engines
– Design Build Fly Team Lead
– Worked for SpaceX
AIAA Speaker Series: Perspectives from Space
Previously a Stealth Engineer for McDonnell Douglas Aircraft Company, Dr. Magnus entered NASA’s Astronaut Corps in 1996. Since then, she has taken part in three missions to the International Space Station and is currently the Executive Director of AIAA. Come hear about her experiences as an astronaut in space! Monday, October 7th Reception at 3:30 pm in Upson Lounge. Lecture at 4:30 pm in Upson B17
Questions: contact email@example.com!