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<p>Four panelists who spoke about a difficult subject that touched all of their lives:  Charles Bolden, Aliyah Fleeks, Kaylin Borders and Naia Butler-Craig</p>
A livestreamed panel featuring former NASA Administrator Charles Bolden addressed important issue
DiLeo's Multiphysics Mechanics of Materials Lab Collaborating with Colleagues from Georgia Tech and ETH-Zurich
June 5
<p>Karen Feigh Headshot</p>
Feigh will join Professors Stephen Ruffin and Mitchell Walker in the AE School leadership team.
<p>Dr. Marilyn J. Smith</p>
AE Prof. J. V. R. Prasad named to fill now-vacated Southern Regional director position
The M3 Lab is at a very busy intersection: mechanics and chemistry
A daylong tour of Georgia Tech introduced General John Raymond to some “next-gen thinking” that he might find helpful in his latest assignment.
<p>Building Blocks of the Strategic Plan</p>
Georgia Tech has released the draft of its strategic plan document for community feedback and is accepting applications for working groups.
AE student Jose Andrade contributed to the winning design
The $1.2M contract with Xenesis will focus on minitiaturizing JPL technology
Middle schoolers from Metro Atlanta flocked to AE for STEM summer camp
The Georgia Tech based team of engineers takes home $20,000 and a chance to compete for $2 million
Two AE doctoral grads contribute chapters to book on intelligence policy
Announcement of Costello's appointment comes after a rigorous, months-long, national search
AE Prof. Brian Gunter revisits the GRACE mission after the recent GRACE-FO launch
The meta-structures workshop held May 16-18 in Atlanta marked an exciting pivot in materials and structures research
Every year, dozens of AE undergrads find their way into research positions that change the course of their education. And the future.
Now a mechanical engineer at JPL, Gebara came back to AE to judge the 2018 Space Systems Design competition
The Chair of the AE School shares some life lessons on the eve of his departure from the position
The women and men who are graduating May 4 and 5 tell us what their plans are after they get that sheepskin