The American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) Houston Section is proud to host the 2020 Annual Technical Symposium (ATS) on Saturday, May 16, at 8 a.m. at the Gilruth Center. Come hear presenters discuss their work while networking with others in the AIAA community.
It’s $20 for AIAA members, $25 for non-AIAA members, and $15 for AIAA Student Members & Retirees
- Early registration is requested
- Lunch buffet included in the registration cost
- Continental breakfast (including coffee) provided during registration
- Two invited speakers: one keynote address, one luncheon speaker
- No badging is required – ATS is open to the public, AIAA membership is not required.
Go to the event page or the Eventbrite page and register today!
With a focus on research about sustainability, Student Payload Opportunity with Citizen Science (SPOCS) is seeking help from NASA civil servant or contractors.
Items to get involved with include:
- Subject matter expert to present a webinar on sustainability research (Sustainability webinar is set for Feb. 26 from 5-6 pm)
- Technical reviewers to score proposals for merit of experiment (expected commitment is about 5 hours in the month of April)
- Mentors for selected student teams (expected commitment is 2-5 hours a month from June 2020 – Feb. 2021)
Please find attached a flyer for the help being requested.
To help in any of the these roles, reach out to Scott Black, Education Coordinator here.
Let us continue to provide invaluable support to the youth and the future of STEM!
Join your fellow AIAA Houston section members and friends on March 7, 2020.
To reserve your spot, we would need a non-refundable deposit by this Saturday, 2/22/2020, 10am. The total after tax: $9.75.
Please reserve your spot here.
See you there!
The AIAA Houston Section would like to congratulate Rodney D. W. Bowersox of Texas A&M University for being inducted into the Class of 2020 AIAA Fellows.
AIAA confers the distinction of Fellow upon individuals in recognition of their notable and valuable contributions to the arts, sciences or technology of aeronautics and astronautics. See the press release for details on other AIAA colleagues in the Class of 2020 fellows and honorary fellows.
San Jacinto College has a paid internship opportunity at NASA’s Johnson Space Center. The pay rate is $20/hour for an undergraduate student and $24/hour for a graduate student. The successful candidate works with NASA professionals on projects related to the International Space Station and space travel projects.
They are looking for a student that can work 20-35 hours a week around their class schedule.
Thank you for your consideration. See the following attachment for details.