Black History Month HBCU Spotlight: Tuskegee University Aerospace Engineering Department 16 February 2023 1200 - 1300 (Eastern Standard Time) Online
On Demand Recording Available
This event is free and open to the public.
Join Tuskegee University for this virtual presentation.
Tuskegee University is the only Historically Black College and University to offer an ABET accredited Aerospace Engineering program. Come learn about how Tuskegee University continues to produce alumni who excel in aerospace. Javed Khan, Professor and Head of the Aerospace Science Engineering Department, will share information about Tuskegee’s cutting-edge program.
Following Khan’s presentation, Ken Garrett, Director of Model-Based Systems Engineering at Lockheed Martin, will lead a panel discussion with his fellow Tuskegee alumni as they discuss their preparation to become aerospace engineers at Tuskegee University, their professional careers, and their work within the AIAA domains—Aeronautics, Aerospace R&D, and Space.
M. Javed Khan, Ph.D.
Professor and Head of Aerospace Science Engineering Department, Tuskegee University
Director of MBSE, Lockheed Martin Aeronautics
- Hakeen Balogun, Graduate Student, Aerospace Engineering, Tuskegee University
- Nolita Lewis, Executive Leader, EMS Materials Behavior and Operations, GE Aviation
- Sharaé Meredith, Senior Research Engineer, DOD Projects, Georgia Tech Research Institute
- Mayard Williams, Engine Program Management at RTX, Collins Aerospace