Post Tagged with: "John D. Odegard School of Aerospace Sciences"

The three ILMH 14 day mission crew, from left to right: UND biomechanical engineering student Nelio Nascimento; mission commander and UND Space Studies grad student Prabhu Victor; and Michael Castro, MD, a physician from Florida and the mission’s medical officer. Juan Pedraza/UND image

Demystifying Mars without leaving home

May 22, 2018

UND ‘Mars’ explorers emerge from two-weeks in sealed habitat after latest mission to test long-duration stays on the Red Planet

Betty Robin cuts the ribbon with her husband Si Robin for the grand opening of Robin Hall July 26, 2016. This weekend, UND will honor Betty and Si with an honorary degree for their work in supporting academics and facilties at the University. Photo by Jackie Lorentz/UND Today.

Degrees above the rest

May 10, 2018

Benefactors of Robin Hall, UND’s newest aviation hub, to be granted honorary degrees at commencement

UND Associate Professor of Atmospheric Sciences Fred Remer recently expanded his teaching from on-campus to online in order to keep serving the next generation of pilots and weather experts.  Photo by  Connor Murphy/UND Today.

Online and upward

February 27, 2018

Prof makes inroads toward digital education delivery, advises balance between on-campus/distance learning

Aerospace Day

All eyes on the skies

February 6, 2018

All eyes skyward at John D. Odegard School of Aerospace Science Community Day with new generations dreaming of futures in aviation

Out of this world opportunity

Out of this world opportunity

January 12, 2018

High schoolers from across state come to UND for Space Balloon Competition and to work with NASA

With a need for more pilots, the Air and Marine Operations (AMO) selected 15 sophomores and juniors for a fast track to a career in border protection. This new partnership trains students for jobs that will be waiting for them after graduation. Pictured is a UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter, used by AMO in various operations. Photo courtesy of Ryan Mason.

Headed for the border

December 14, 2017

Fifteen UND Aviation majors chosen for career path partnership with U.S. Customs and Border Protection

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Currency from the crowd

December 7, 2017

UND groups are tapping into novel fund-raising with a social flair to augment tight budgets

Professor Xiaodong Zhang, a faculty researcher from the UND Earth System Science & Policy department, was chosen as the third speaker in UND’s recently revived Faculty Lecture Series. Zhang's lecture focused on the age-old question of exactly what makes the color of our ocean blue. Photo by Jackie Lorentz/UND Today.

Oceans of color

December 5, 2017

Faculty Lecture Series continues with deep-dive discussion of water’s signature blue hue

Help from above

Help from above

December 5, 2017

UND alum and UAV pilot Eric Goetsch helped Texas power up after Hurricane Harvey

UND Aerobatic Team (left to right) Mike Lents, Elise Wheelock, Jarrett Croy, Liz Birch, Alex Tally, Dustin Lenz, Alex Hunt, James Jacobson, Jacob Githens, Mitch Oswald. Image courtesy of Mike Lents.

Flipping for competition

November 28, 2017

Aerobatic Team aims to reclaim dominance over skies after falling just short of national championship for first time in decade

Jason Jensen, Political Science & Public Administration faculty member, and leader of the RIAS policy section, talks about UAS- and autonomous technology-related policy development at the recent RIAS Advisory Board meeting in Robin Hall. Jensen’s department is part of the UND College of Business & Public Administration. Image courtesy of Juan Pedraza.

Partnerships on the ‘RIAS’

November 21, 2017

Meeting of corporate and public-sector advisory boards unleashes ideas and opportunities for UAS collaboration

UND alum Adam Caskey has found himself on the Washington Post’s list of the nation’s “coolest” TV meteorologists. His passion for weather and thermometers was stoked at UND, he says. More than 11,000 people have signed up online to win one of Caskey’s coveted designs on “Thermometer Thursday.” Every thermometer he makes "is like a snowflake" – no two are identical. Photo courtesy of Adam Caskey.

Forecast: Rising ‘cool’ factor

November 21, 2017

UND Atmospheric Sciences alum listed among most engaging national weather personalities

Riders on the storm

Riders on the storm

November 16, 2017

Atmospheric Sciences students fit in one last storm chase for 2017 before winter sets in

Nearly 200 students were pilots for a day in Walhalla, N.D., learning how to operate the controls of small unmanned aircraft systems. Image courtesy of Paul Snyder.

Northern exposure

November 2, 2017

UND takes world-class UAS program on the road to small, Canadian border school system for outreach initiative

: l-r Mohsen Riahi Manesh, Isfahan, Iran, PhD student; Michael Mullins, La Grande, OR, research enginee; Kyle Foerster, Pisek, ND, master’s student (Juan Pedraza photo)

On the forefront

November 2, 2017

UND Electrical Engineering team enjoying private-sector and federal support in mission to thwart cyber-attacks