John D. Odegard School of Aerospace Sciences

News and information from the UND John D. Odegard School of Aerospace Sciences.

Students may nominate outstanding faculty

Categories: Space Studies

To:                UND Students From:             Anne Kelsch, Director, Office of Instructional Development Date:             September 16, 2010   Re:                Outstanding Faculty Award Nominations for Founder’s Day Ceremony are due on Friday, October 15, 2010 Who are the outstanding teachers and departments at UND?  You can help decide. THE NOMINATION PROCESS REQUIRES AN EASY, ONE PAGE […]

UASE Team Leaves for Australia Competition

Categories: Aviation

A team of students from the UND School of Engineering and Mines (SEM) Unmanned Aircraft Systems Engineering Laboratory will compete in the 2010 UAV Outback Search and Rescue Challenge in Kingaroy, Qeensland, Australia. The competition takes place next week. See the Team Blog to follow the action. The Australian international UAV Outback Search and Rescue […]

Next Brown Bag Seminar On Sept. 29th to Feature Dr. John Jurist

Categories: Space Studies

The Fall 2010 Brown Bag Seminar Series continues on Wednesday, Sept. 29th at the Space Studies library at noon. Space Studies Adjunct Professor, Dr. John Jurist, will give a presentation titled “Dynamics of Astronaut Atmospheric Reentry from LEO.” Lunch will be provided. All grad students are expected to attend. John M. Jurist is a biophysicist. […]

Space Studies Hosts Fall Colloqium Series

Categories: Space Studies

The Department of Space Studies is hosting their Fall Colloquium Series beginning Monday, September 27th.  Each presentation is held at 4 p.m. in Ryan Hall, room 111.  The Fall series will focus on space policy. The UND Department of Space Studies—part of the John D. Odegard School of Aerospace Sciences—offers formal courses, seminars, discussions, and […]

First Fall Colloquium Series on Sept. 27th to feature Lt. Col. David Arnold

Categories: Space Studies

The Fall 2010 Colloquium Series focuses on the general theme “Space Policy” and features several leading experts in the field. The first presentation will be presented by Lt. Col. David Arnold, Deputy Chief, Policy and Strategy Division, National Security Space Office at the Pentagon. Topic: Revolutionary Bureaucrats: The Revolution in Intelligence Place: Ryan Hall 111 […]

UND Observatory to hold open house

Categories: Home Page News, Space Studies

The UND and Grand Forks communities are invited to an open house at the UND Observatory Monday and Tuesday, Sept. 20 and 21, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Star parties will also occur at the site in the evenings, weather permitting, beginning at 9 p.m. The UND Observatory has been undergoing renovations and upgrades […]

Next Brown Bag Series luncheon on Sept. 8th

Categories: Space Studies

The Fall 2010 Brown Bag Seminar Series continues on Wednesday, Sept. 8th at the Space Studies library at noon.  Grad student Lynn van Broock will give a presentation on her current research work on Pablo de Leon’s grant funded project. Lunch will be provided. All grad students are expected to attend. Fist Steps Taken: Construction of […]

Max Planck Sunspot Researcher presentation on Sept. 9th

Categories: Space Studies

Dr. Lokesh Bharti, a Post-Doctoral Researcher at the Max-Planck Institute in Germany will be on campus next week.  Dr. Bharti’s research expertise is in the areas of solar magnetism, sunspots and coupling photosphere-chromosphere. Please join us for a Brown Bag  Series Luncheon to feature Dr. Bharti on Thursday, September 9th at noon in the Space […]

ND Satellite Research Contest

Categories: ND NASA Space Grant Consortium

Research Contest with Prize Money! The North Dakota Space Grant Consortium is working with the North Dakota State Historical Society to develop an exhibit for the new addition to our state’s Heritage Center in Bismarck that will address North Dakota in recent history. Through funding provided by Space Grant, Pablo de Leon and UND students […]