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AIAA Updates

AIAA General Meeting

The February General Meeting is coming up soon! Come listen to an exciting speaker, learn more about upcoming events and trips, or just drop by for the pizza! It will be on February 23rd in 103 Talbot, at 6:30 pm.

Tech Project Meeting Times

Tech projects will be meeting at the following times this semester:
  • FPV - Monday, 6pm, @ 206n
  • Hexrotor - Monday, 6pm, @ 18A-C
  • EOH Projects - Monday, 6pm @ 319n
  • JetCat - Tuesday, 6pm @ 319n
  • RC Plane - Thursday, 7pm @319n
  • UAV - Thursday, 7pm @AeroLab
New team members are always welcome, so feel free to drop by and learn exciting technical skills this semester!

AIAA Student Conference

AIAA Conference

The AIAA Region 3 conference is coming up soon, taking place on April 1st and 2nd! Abstracts are due on February 22nd, and registration is already open, so check the website for submission information, or download the Call for Papers here.

AIAA Board Elections

Congratulations to our AIAA Junior Board for 2015-2016:

President -- Max Feinberg --

VP External -- Sai Sriraman --

VP Internal -- Karman Joshi --

Tech Officer -- Marty Motz --

Treasurer -- Tyler Tetef --

Secretary -- Trevor Giannetti --

Media Specialist -- Katie Carroll --

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