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

Second to none: UND and the Northern Plains UAS Test Site

Second to none: UND and the Northern Plains UAS Test Site

April 27, 2021 at

Research legacy, successful partnerships build strong relationship between UND, Northern Plains UAS Test Site

President Kennedy noted that the experience of competing in the CDRC truly combines science and competition. Students rapidly work through technical challenges to push drones to their limits. Photo by Shawna Schill/UND Today.

National survey finds Americans cautious but upbeat about drones

April 15, 2021 at

Despite worries, public supports using drones, especially for high-value activities such as search-and-rescue, UND survey discovers

Image courtesy of the Airbus Perlan Project.

Perlan Project pushes envelope of possibility

April 13, 2021 at

UND Aerospace played host to one of the most exciting projects in aeronautics last week

Doubling down

Doubling down

April 8, 2021 at

Married UND aviation grads go All In on their Las Vegas flight business

Gylling knew UND was the right place for him, despite his first visit to the campus in January during a winter storm. Photo by Shawna Schill/UND Today.

UND + GFK = America’s busiest airport in early March

March 30, 2021 at

‘And given that the U.S. is home to the world’s busiest airports, we might have been No. 1 in the world,’ UND’s chief flight instructor says

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Fly me to the near-earth objects

March 25, 2021 at

NASA Chief Scientist and UND graduate Paul Abell looks at asteroids as ‘stepping stones’ to reaching Mars and beyond

UND President Andrew Armacost testified Monday before the North Dakota House Appropriations Committee.

President Armacost testifies before ND House Appropriations Committee

March 11, 2021 at

UND supports needs-based budget backed by Senate, North Dakota University System

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Surviving the edge of space

February 25, 2021 at

Speaking at UND, Spacesuit Engineer Louis Carfagno shares early career experiences supporting the ultimate spy plane

Photo by Mike Hess/UND Today.

Farming on asteroids: Science future, not science fiction

February 18, 2021 at

Asteroids could bear fruit– or wheat, or other crops– for future space explorers, UND researchers say

North Dakota Space Grant Consortium turns 30

North Dakota Space Grant Consortium turns 30

February 11, 2021 at

Decades of support, collaboration and outreach have paid off for Space Grant and its host institution, UND

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A Q&A with Robert Kraus, UND’s new aerospace dean

January 21, 2021 at

Fourth dean of Odegard School of Aerospace Sciences talks military career, School’s strengths, his approach to leadership and more

UND President Andrew Armacost testified Monday in Bismarck before the North Dakota Legislature's Senate Appropriations Committee.

UND makes its case to North Dakota Legislature

January 19, 2021 at

University highlights how its academic and research programs benefit the state

At the NASA-funded Inflatable Mars/Lunar Habitat, Bridenstine (center) and Sen. Kevin Cramer (right) are greeted by a student wearing a space suit designed by Pablo DeLeon (left), head of the UND Human Spaceflight Laboratory. Photo by Patrick C. Miller/UND Today.

UND research and North Dakota: Space & national security

January 14, 2021 at

Just as North Dakota has become a UAS hub, so, too, can it become a center for space and national security research, UND leaders say 

UND research and North Dakota: Autonomous systems

UND research and North Dakota: Autonomous systems

January 14, 2021 at

A research leader in a burgeoning industry, UND is looking to grow North Dakotans’ opportunities statewide

At Grand Forks International Airport, UND's flight training activities make up 90 percent of total traffic each year. Degrading infrastructure poses threats not just on the flight ramp, but to the entire program. Photo by Shawna Schill/UND Today.

Ramping up infrastructure improvements at UND Flight Ops

January 12, 2021 at

Flight training program’s continued success depends on sturdy ramps, runways and facilities, faculty and staff say