I am currently a senior in the Aerospace Engineering and Mechansics at the University of Minnesota. Thanks to the AEM Department I have had the opportunity to get involved with various projects ecompassing different areas of the aerospace field. I have worked with the University's Small Satellite Research Group, the University's Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Laboratory, independent research through the Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program, and on research assistantships with Global Navigation Satellite System projects. I am grateful and delighted to receive the 2018 AEM Albert George Oswald Prize Scholarship as it will help me continue my ongoing involvement with research. Furthermore, I believe that this award will aid in my graduate school aspirations to obtain a master's degree in Aerospace Engineering.
The Department of Aerospace Engineering and Mechanics maintains a strong relationship with our alumni, and continuously works to provide services and opportunities for alumni to stay in touch with the department and with each other.
Giving to the Department
The AEM Department is fortunate to enjoy the support of many
alumni and friends. Donations and gifts from alumni and friends allow the
Department to support many valuable and important programs and ideas that
otherwise might not have been
Keeping in Touch
The AEM Department alumni and friends are invited to become members of the AEM Alumni Network, to keep in touch and search for old classmates. Alumni may also join the College of Science and Engineering (CSE) Alumni Society and attend their events. In addition, join the University of Minnesota Alumni Association. More ways to stay connected with the department are listed below.
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