News Stories

Aerospace Engineering alumni were honored during the AE Awards Banquet.
Student projects in Aerospace Engineering will get a boost from the newly established James J. Kessler, Jr., Endowment Fund.
Aerospace Engineering at Illinois welcomed 77 new alumni following Commencement ceremonies May 12.
Aerospace Engineering alumni speak about their experiences on space missions.
AE students design small drone aircraft for national competition.
Veteran space flier and University of Illinois alumnus, Scott Altman will command the space shuttle Atlantis’ mission to service the Hubble...
AE alumnus Robert W. Farquhar will present a lecture on April 19.
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Novel, passive energy management devices that researchers at the University of Illinois developed may effectively mitigate structural...
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The nation’s airfields have, quite literally, gone to the birds.
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Student Aircraft Builders, a new multidisciplinary group of Illinois undergraduates that Aerospace Engineering students are leading,...
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The job that Aerospace Engineering alumnus Doug Stoltz does for Pratt & Whitney involves “forensics with a splash of CSI.”
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Erik Lopez receives a $10,000 scholarship as well as the honor of delivering the keynote address.
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Professor Joanna M. Austin was recognized for excelling early in her career.
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President Barack Obama will present Aerospace Engineering alumnus George R. Carruthers with the National Medal of Technology and Innovation...
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AE483, Aerospace Decision Algorithms, used innovative means to teach AE seniors.
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Illinois aerospace engineering professor Scott R. White received a Humboldt Research Award honoring his work in autonomous and self-healing...
Soaring or Blasting Off: AE Freshmen Have the Option
To soar or to blast off? For freshmen in Aerospace Engineering at Illinois, that is the question.
Aerospace Engineering at Illinois Prof. Victoria L. Coverstone has been named a Fellow of the American Institute of Aeronautics and...
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Researchers point to "self-healing" materials as a potential means of improving lithium ion battery safety.


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