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

Up, up and away

Up, up and away

August 31, 2017 at

The University of North Dakota released a balloon made of 32 garbage bags for a specific reason. Find out why.

UND undergraduate Tyson Berg is wrapping up a summer research experience working with an interdisciplinary team, combining his knowledge of chemistry and unmanned aerial systems. (pictured left to right) UND Chemistry Professor Alena Kubatova, Chemistry Graduate Student Brett Nespor, UND Chemistry/UAS Aviation Student Tyson Berg, UND UAS Lead Flight Instructor James Moe, Ales Kubat. Photo by Tyler Ingham.

High-flying chemistry

August 29, 2017 at

UND undergraduate combines UAS and chemistry expertise in interdisciplinary research project

Colonel Benjamin Spencer (right) from the Grand Forks Air Force Base flies a small UAS in the UAS Flight Testing Lab in Robin Hall as Associate Dean of UND Aerospace Beth Bjerke (middle) and Assistant Professor of Aviation Philip Brandt (left) watch. Photo by Jackie Lorentz.

Friends in flight

August 8, 2017 at

Odegard School, GFAFB leaders hope to build on existing legacy of collaboration

UND’s ScanEagle instructor crew gathers for a photo during a May 2017 flight. Left to right: Erin Roesler, Trey Langaas, Paul Snyder, James Moe, and Alex Volberding. Photo courtesy of Paul Snyder.

Another first in flight for Odegard School

July 25, 2017 at

University of North Dakota UAS degree first to be accredited under newly formed criteria