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Shaping the future of aerospace takes passion, discussion, innovation, collaboration, and, most importantly, it takes YOU!
AIAA forums and expositions are catalysts for inspired idea exchange, progressive problem solving, and industry innovation. Continuing Education courses at AIAA forums are carefully selected for their technical relevance to that event. Courses feature lectures and demonstrations with ample opportunity to ask questions and interact with the instructors and fellow students.
We offer year-round events, courses, workshops, and online learning opportunities for our members and the aerospace community.
ASCENDxSummit: Accelerating the Next-Generation Workforce
16 March 2021 1000 - 1400 (Eastern Daylight Time)This three-session FREE ASCENDxSummit will bring together futurists, educators, and motivators from classrooms through careers to address current needs and future opportunities for EVERYONE to succeed in space.
U.S. Space Force Command Overview (Member Exclusive Webinar)
16 March 2021 1700 - 1800 (Eastern Daylight Time)This briefing will provide a snapshot of who the US Space Force is, what it does, how it is structured, and most importantly, what’s happening in the space domain. The Chief Space Experimental for the US Air Force Research Lab, Dr. Lawrence “Robbie” Robertson, will be giving the briefing.
Courses & Workshops
ASCENDxWebinar: Preview: Mars Perseverance Landing
10 February 2021 1000 - 1100 (Eastern Standard Time)
AIAA Webinar: Sustainability in Flight—Our Journey to Decarbonization
8 February 2021 1100 - 1200 (Eastern Standard Time)
VirtualAIAA Public Policy discussion about industry’s commitment to reducing their carbon footprint.
AIAA Aerospace Recruitment Series: Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
28 January 2021 1200 - 1300 (Eastern Standard Time)
VirtualDiscover insightful tips to help you obtain an internship and how you can get hired at Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory.
AIAA Aerospace Perspectives Series: Firing Up The Artemis I Rocket
10 December 2020 1500 - 1600 (Eastern Standard Time)
VirtualJoin us for a virtual briefing with NASA as it prepares for the first integrated flight of the Space Launch System (SLS) and Orion for the Artemis I mission to bring humanity back to the moon. Featuring Dr. John Blevins, SLS Chief Engineer, NASA Space Launch System Program, NASA Marshall Space Flight Center.