Aerospace Engineering Student Attends Entrepreneurship Program for CubeSat Venture

Dhuree Seth’s goal of launching a company that develops and launches small satellites for deep space exploration is one step closer to reality after she attended a prestigious entrepreneurship program for women this summer. more


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Andreea Hauser knew from a young age that she wanted to follow in her grandfather’s aviation footsteps. Thanks to Embry-Riddle’s summer camp career exploration programs, she has chosen Embry-Riddle for her undergraduate degree in Aerospace Engineering. more
Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Administrator Michael Huerta has announced the agency has selected Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University to lead the new Air Transportation Center of Excellence (COE) for Technical Training and Human Performance. more
When communicating on Mars, a light-weight and energy-efficient communications system will be essential for astronauts to conduct surface operations and make scientific discoveries. more

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Embry-Riddle’s Pi Kappa Alpha chapter has received the prestigious Raymond L. Orians Chapter Excellence Award for the academic achievement and philanthropy of its members. more
Embry-Riddle’s University Archives has a new and improved look. In tribute to the university’s 90th anniversary this year, the Archives redesigned its database and upgraded its software to a new version that allows public access to historical records via mobile devices. more
The Washington Post interviewed College of Business Professor of Economics and Finance Dr. Bijan Vasigh for a story titled "Delta Computers Crash, Causing Delays and Cancellations. Experts say it Shouldn’t Have Happened." more