Fall/Winter 2020 Features

Cover Story

Breaking Barriers

Alumni bring diverse backgrounds and a shared Embry-Riddle heritage to national leadership roles

collage of 6 portraits
Cover Sidebar

Role Models

Six Embry-Riddle alumnae named to the national Women in Aviation Advisory Board

Three alumni standing together at their startup company Labelbox

What’s in a Label?

Three alumni look ‘inside the box’ to develop the latest machine learning innovations

Wings of Legacy

Final Flight

Remembering John Paul Riddle's last ride

Constantine Marantidis standing by a cabinet of memorabilia
Alumni @ Work

Legal Eagle

Constantine Marantidis (’84) brings an engineer’s perspective to intellectual property law

Also in This Issue

ERAU President P. Barry Butler
From the President

‘When will you see us?’

To see the value of every person requires a willingness to take a hard look at yourself


Power House

Embry-Riddle’s Economic Impact in Florida, Arizona Surpasses $2.3 Billion

Analog airplane altimeter indicating 3,000 feet.


High points at Embry-Riddle

Logo for Eagle Writers Corps


The inaugural cohort of the all-volunteer Eagle Writers Corps is already hard at work


Pivot Point

Worldwide Campus leverages online expertise to keep students learning during pandemic


Building a Hedge Against Headwinds

Embry-Riddle professors are researching a revolutionary risk management solution that could help the airlines weather economic storms

Tristan Minkoff
Alumni News


Celebrating the spring 2020 graduating class (virtually)

Alumni News

Online Internship

Eagle helps combat COVID-19 for Argonne National Laboratory

Alumni News

Eagle Authors

Discover the books your fellow alumni are writing

Oswaldo Maitas and his wife at their wedding
Class Notes

Alumni Updates

Find out what's up with your fellow alumni

Students around a car they made.
Talking Tailwinds

It’s Electric

Readers identify the people and circumstances surrounding this image, which was published in the spring 2020 issue

a black and white photo of an old dorm and courtyard

Temporary Quarters

When Embry-Riddle moved from Miami to Daytona Beach, it turned a local hotel into a residence hall

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