High points at Embry-Riddle

The Prescott Campus celebrates its 40th anniversary (1978-2018).

All three Embry-Riddle campuses were recognized by the Military Times as 2018 Best Colleges for Military Students and Veterans.

Two Daytona Beach Campus research payloads traveled to suborbital space on Blue Origin’s New Shepard Rocket on Dec. 12, 2017.

The Prescott Campus Golden Eagles Flight Team won the Region IX National Intercollegiate Flying Association’s Safety and Flight Evaluation Conference competition.

A Cray CS cluster “Vega Supercomputer” joined the Embry-Riddle research team. Located in the Lehman Engineering and Technology Center on the Daytona Beach Campus, the supercomputer offers more than 3,000 of the latest-generation processing cores.

The Worldwide Campus in Berlin, Germany, marked its 10-year anniversary on Nov. 3, 2017.

The Daytona Beach Campus is now a fully approved member of the NCAA Division II and the Sunshine State Conference.

The Worldwide Campus was named No. 1 for Best Online Bachelor’s Programs for Veterans and No. 2 for Best Online Bachelor’s Programs, overall, in 2018 by U.S. News & World Report.

The Prescott Campus celebrated its most successful fall athletics season ever with four Cal Pac championships and record-setting program wins for women’s soccer and volleyball.

The Daytona Beach Campus Women’s Cross-Country Team captured the university’s first-ever Sunshine State Conference championship during the team’s first year of NCAA Division II eligibility.

Daytona Beach Campus Dean of Research and Graduate Studies Michael P. Hickey was named a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.

The Daytona Beach Campus’ flight operation achieved Stage II International Standard Business Aircraft Operations (IS-BAO) registration on Nov. 14, 2017. The IS-BAO audit is a rigorous safety review that exceeds Federal Aviation Administration requirements. Embry-Riddle is believed to be the only university with Stage II registration.