Fall 2017 Features

Great Expectations

From the Cover Story section

Embry-Riddle’s sixth president shares the three words that define our university: passion, pride and expectation

Reamonn Soto, pictured inside the John Mica Engineering and Aerospace Innovation Complex, is developing a cost-saving wireless monitoring system for gas turbine engines. Photo by David Massey

Igniting Entrepreneurship

From the Feature section

Worldwide Campus student business venture takes flight with support from Embry-Riddle


Nathan Sullivan

Aerial Precision

From the Feature section

The first flex-lease tenant at Embry-Riddle’s Research Park advances UAS technology


Corinne Smith operating the Link trainer station at Embry-Riddle.

From Sea to Air

From the Wings of Legacy section

How Corinne Smith launched a flight training career at Embry-Riddle’s Seaplane Base

Coaching Up

From the Alumni @ Work section

Embry-Riddle creates leaders on the court and in the field


An Inside Look

From the Web Exclusive section

How alumni and Embry-Riddle help shape EAA AirVenture Oshkosh


Also in This Issue

History in the Making

From the From the President section

It's an exciting time for aviation and aerospace. Join us on the journey!

Continuing Education

From the Giving To ERAU section

Wayne C. Webster Endowed Scholarship to support Worldwide Campus students



Dom Metcalf and T.J. Matheus travel through León, Nicaragua. Photo by Hector Estrada.

The Way South

From the In Other Words section

Prescott Campus roommates unite for epic motorcycle adventure


Safety First

From the Flight Path section

David Zwegers takes Embry-Riddle safety culture to a new level at Airbus Americas

Back-to-Back Champs

From the Chatter section

Prescott Campus Golden Eagles Flight Team celebrates 11th national championship


Certified ‘Green’

From the Chatter section

The Worldwide Campus at Phoenix Sky Harbor is recognized for its recycling efforts


Hybrid High Performance

From the Chatter section

Embry-Riddle takes eight first-place awards at national EcoCAR 3 competition

Analog airplane altimeter indicating 3,000 feet.

Altimeter

From the Chatter section

High points at Embry-Riddle



Alumni Updates

From the Class Notes section

Find out what's up with your fellow alumni


Super Heroine

From the Alumni News section

Alumna is one of few military women to earn a Distinguished Flying Cross for heroism


Eagle Authors

From the Alumni News section

Discover the books fellow Eagles are writing

Abbey Trinca

From the In Memoriam section

Daytona Beach Campus student-athlete Abbey Trinca died unexpectedly on Feb. 27, 2017


Events on the Radar

From the Alumni News section

A selection of upcoming alumni events where you can network and socialize with fellow Eagles


Featured Videos

From the Videos section

Companion videos for the print edition of Lift



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