John D. Odegard School of Aerospace Sciences

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Dr. Fernandez-Tous’ Summer Book Club

Categories: Home Page News, Space Studies

  Dr. Fernandez-Tous is hosting a book club on “Von Braun, Dreamer of Space and Engineer of War”, by Michel J. Neufeld. Discussion meetings will be on Zoom on May 30, June 27, and August 1 at 3:00 p.m. Central. If interested, please send an email to Note: Participants must purchase their own copies of […]

Prof. Dodge on “South Africa v. Israel” panel

Categories: Space Studies

Prof. Michael Dodge was a panelist at UND Law’s recent Lunch & Learn event: “South Africa v. Israel: the International Court of Justice & the Convention on the Prevention of Genocide.”  This event took place on March 28th, at 12:00 p.m.  He was joined by Drs. Urlacher and Sum, both from the Department of Political […]

Mastering Space War: Space Studies Professor & Students Co-Authors.

Categories: Space Studies

  Professor Michael S. Dodge is a co-author of the recently published “Mastering Space War: the Advanced Strategies, Technologies, and Theories Needed for Victory” (ISBN-13: ‎978-1934840122). Space Studies graduate Bryant A.M. Baker  (MS.’ 21) and current Aerospace Science Ph.D. student Johnathon Martin each co-authored a chapter in the book. These chapters are The Warfighter’s Guide […]

Space Studies attends Tripoli Rocketry Association’s 31st experimental rocket launch event.

Categories: Space Studies

Dr. Marcos Fernández-Tous and GRA Bailey Carlson attended the Tripoli Rocketry Association’s BALLS 31st experimental rocket launch event in Black Rock Desert, Nevada, September 21-24, 2023. Dr. Fernández-Tous built and launched an Aerotech prototype at the event. The experience was incredible, and the surrounding scenario was astounding. Space Studies is already planning next year’s participation […]

Dr. Sherry Fieber-Beyer interviewed about the DART mission.

Categories: Space Studies

Dr. Sherry Fieber-Beyer was recently interviewed for The Independent regarding the DART mission and its implications for the future of mitigating impacts. Two separate articles were born from the interview: What size asteroid would cause an extinction event – and how Nasa has a plan to protect us: How Nasa’s Dart mission could save […]

Prof. Michael Dodge interviewed for Orbital Debris Mitigation Rules article

Categories: Space Studies

Prof. Michael Dodge, J.D., LL.M. was interviewed for his thoughts on the FCC’s recent efforts to expand and tighten orbital debris regulations, including whether or not there are more regulations to come, and if other nations around the world will be following the FCC’s lead.  The article, “Sped-Up Deorbiting Order Seen as Getting 4-0 Approval; […]

Office Manager Job Opening: ND Space Grant and ND NASA EPSCoR

Categories: Home Page News, ND NASA EPSCoR, ND NASA Space Grant Consortium, Space Studies

The NASA Offices at UND are hiring! The North Dakota Space Grant Consortium (NDSGC) and ND NASA EPSCoR Offices at UND are hiring a part-time office manager to assist with administrative tasks (e.g. mailing, invoicing, processing stipends/reimbursements, etc.). Details: Part-time, 19 hours/week Skills: Organization, Communication, Technology Pay: $18/hr Applications due: Oct. 5th Link to Flyer […]