John D. Odegard School of Aerospace Sciences

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

Congratulations to our May Graduates!

Categories: Home Page News, Space Studies

The following degrees have been awarded for May graduation: M.S. in Space Studies Amy Bartlett, Jason Curra, Iva Gerasimenko, Daniela Henckel, Ari Jones, Manish Khatri, Anne Longlet, Travis Nelson, Rachael Nutting, Robert Oehmke, Arturo Ortiz, Charles (Greg) Simpson, Daniel Wallace, Ph.D. in Aerospace Science Our very first Ph.D. was awarded to David Kugler! Congratulations to […]

Recent Publication by Alum Elizabeth Howell

Categories: Home Page News, Space Studies

Elizabeth Howell, SpSt M.Sc. 2012, was recently published in Space Policy along with UND SpSt professor David Whalen, who has just entered phased retirement. The publication was based on Howell’s M.Sc. thesis, for which Dr. Whalen was the advisor. Howell is currently in the Aerospace Sciences Ph.D. program. Howell, E. and Whalen, D. (2015). Caution […]

Dr. Hardersen Attends California Workshop

Categories: Space Studies

Dr. Paul Hardersen assisted in a two-day workshop held at Concordia College in Irving, CA, on June 9th – 10th titled, “Student Research and Robotic Telescopes.”  Dr. Hardersen is a co-organizer of the event and presented two talks, one will highlighted the UND Space Studies Observatory.

Dr Rygalov presents at International Workshop

Categories: Space Studies

Dr. Vadim Rygalov participated in the International Workshop on Bio-Regenerative Life Support Systems development in Turin, Italy, May 18th – 19th  with a paper and presentation titled, “BIOS-3: Russian Experience in Bio-Regenerative Life Support for Space.”  This presentation was given remotely from the newly complete Space Studies conference room, The Well.

UND-based space program moves forward in NASA competition (University Newsletter 6/2/15)

Categories: ND NASA Space Grant Consortium, Space Studies

The North Dakota Space Grant Consortium (NDSGC,) a statewide service based at the University of North Dakota’s John D. Odegard School of Aerospace Sciences’ Department of Space Studies, was selected, for the first time, as one of the 14 candidates to move forward in the next stage of the Amateur Radio on the International Space […]