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AIAA News – 2015

Here you will find the latest happenings throughout the Institute.

25 June 2015
AIAA Congratulates Dennis Muilenburg on Becoming CEO of The Boeing Company
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5 June 2015
AIAA to Celebrate Achievements in Aircraft and Atmospheric Systems at AIAA Aviation and Aeronautics Forum and Exhibition 2015

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4 June 2015
AIAA to Celebrate Achievements in the Aerospace Sciences at AIAA Aviation and Aeronautics Forum and Exposition 2015

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3 June 2015
Boeing 787-8 Development Team to Receive 2015 Elmer A. Sperry Award

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27 May 2015
AIAA Aviation and Aeronautics Forum and Exposition 2015 to Explore Pushing the Boundaries of the Imaginable: Leveraging the Aviation Ecosystem

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19 May 2015
May 2015 Momentum Now Available

May 2015 Momentum, AIAA's member eNewsletter, is now available.  Check out the latest happenings across the Institute, including the release of our 2014-2015 Annual Report, "Charting a Course for Success."
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27 April 2015
Alan Mulally to Receive the AIAA/ASME/AHS/SAE Guggenheim Medal

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17 April 2015
AIAA Announces 2015 Board of Directors Election Results
Welcomes James “Jim” Maser as President-Elect

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31 March 2015
Roy V. Harris to Receive AIAA 2015 Distinguished Service Award

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30 March 2015
Jean-Jacques Dordain to Receive the AIAA 2015 Goddard Astronautics Award

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27 March 2015
Sandy Magnus and AIAA Wishes Scott Kelly and Mikhail Kornienko Good Luck on Their One Year Mission to the ISS

“The AIAA community is excited about the upcoming one year mission to the ISS and look forward to following the adventures of Scott and Mikhail as they expand the boundaries of human knowledge and experience,” said Sandra Magnus, AIAA executive director and former astronaut. “Step by step we continue to move closer to extending the reach of humans into the stars. Good luck gentleman!”

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Thursday 26 March
AIAA Executive Director Sandra H. Magnus Shares Her Views on Building Consensus for the Future of Space

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Monday, 16 March
AIAA Congratulates Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation (Gulfstream), an AIAA corporate Member, for Its Gulfstream G650 Business Jet Winning the 2014 Robert J. Collier Trophy

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Monday, 16 March
The Honorable Ralph M. Hall to Receive the AIAA 2015 Public Service Award

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Friday, 13 March
March AIAA Member eNewsletter Now Available

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Friday, 13 March
William J. Emirch Named AIAA 2015 Engineer of the Year

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Wednesday, 11 March
AIAA and ASA California Chapter Team for Fourth Annual California Aerospace Week

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Tuesday, 10 March
Russell Cummings and Andreas Schuette Win AIAA 2015 International Cooperation Award

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Friday, 27 February
Ramesh K. Agarwal to Receive the AIAA 2015 Reed Aeronautics Award

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Wednesday, 25 February
AIAA Statement on Marion Blakey's Departure From the Aerospace Industries Association

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Monday, 23 February
X-37B Orbital Test Vehicle Team Wins 2015 AIAA Foundation Award for Excellence

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Tuesday, 3 February
AIAA Aerospace Spotlight Awards Gala to Confer Top Honors

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Friday, 23 January
AIAA Foundation Presents Awards at International Student Conference

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Wednesday, 21 January
AIAA Mourns the Death of Eugene E. Gene Covert

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Friday, 16 January
AIAA Announces its Class of 2015 Fellows and Honorary Fellows

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Wednesday, 14 January
AIAA Selects Alexander J. Smits to be Editor-in-Chief of the AIAA Journal

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Monday, 5 January
AIAA SciTech 2015 Live!
Watch. Listen. Discuss. Couldn’t travel to Kissimmee, Florida this year? No worries. We're Livestreaming!

View Livestreaming, or visit www.aiaa-space.org/headlines.