AIAA is proud to support Engineers Week. Engineers build the world! It’s time to have some fun and show people what an amazing field engineering is. On this website you’ll find links to hands-on activities, answers to questions about how to become an engineer, and resources to help students pursue their academic dreams. Reach for the stars!
“AIAA plays a key role in Engineers Week outreach through local sections and branches. You can inspire the next generation to consider a career in engineering through participating.”
– AIAA Executive Director Dan Dumbacher
AIAA Foundation Aerospace Micro-Lessons
AIAA and Blue Origin are excited to partner on a new program competition titled Design/Build/Launch (DBL). DBL was created to incite innovation within the next generation of aerospace professionals. Focused on experimental payloads designed to study short-duration microgravity effects, AIAA invites high school students to develop creative research proposals in the fields of microgravity science or space technology, pairing your experiment with a public outreach plan to share the excitement of the field with others.
Proposals Due:陌陌上的幸福飞艇多少陌陌币 April 3, 2020
At AIAA we celebrate amazing engineers every day. Want to join us?
陌陌上的幸福飞艇多少陌陌币NASA’s Office of STEM Engagement executed a series of efforts to develop STEM products and opportunities that provide a platform for students to contribute to NASA’s endeavors in exploration and discovery. These mission-driven activities include over 20 evidence-based products and opportunities to engage students in authentic STEM experiences.
AIAA's Design/Build/Fly Competition
Engineers Week aims to inspire students to pursue a career in engineering. AIAA is looking forward to the annual Design/Build/Fly contest on 16-19 April, 2020陌陌上的幸福飞艇多少陌陌币 in Wichita, Kansas. These photos are from the 2019 competition, which was held in Tucson, Arizona.