Spring 2018 Features

Cover Story

The Commercial Space Race

Embry-Riddle faculty and alumni space industry experts predict new thriving, wholly commercial space markets

SOFIA plane

Flying Observatory

Four Embry-Riddle alumni support space science research aboard the Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy project

Moriba Jah, astrodynamicist and professor at the University of Texas at Austin
Flight Path

Space Junk(ie)

From a bullied child to an accomplished astrodynamicist, Moriba Jah is a lead researcher on orbital debris

Alumni @ Work

Photo Finish

Alumnus Ben Cooper is the go-to photographer for historic rocket launches

Thierry St. Loup
Alumni in Action

For the Record

Thierry Saint Loup's world record for aeroplane efficiency can be traced back to his days at Embry-Riddle

The first Klyde Morris comic strip, published in 1978.
Wings of Legacy

The Aviator Ant

Celebrating the 40th anniversary of the Klyde Morris comic strip at Embry-Riddle

Also in This Issue

University President P. Barry Butler, Ph.D.
From the President

A Growing Influence

Embry-Riddle's programs impact students around the globe, especially in areas where the aviation industry is strongest

Giving To ERAU

Partners for Success

Gulfstream Aerospace supports students with contributions and expertise


Growing Up

Asia Campus celebrates largest graduating class ever

Conceptual rendering of the new aviation and engineering research center at Embry-Riddle.

A New Home for Innovation

U.S. Department of Commerce invests $1 million to establish new aviation and engineering research center

Analog airplane altimeter indicating 3,000 feet.


High points at Embry-Riddle

Alumni News

Flying High

Prescott Campus Golden Eagles inducted into the International Air & Space Hall of Fame

Class Notes

Alumni Updates

Find out what's up with your fellow alumni

Class Notes

Eagle Authors

Discover the books fellow Eagles are writing

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