Things to Do When You’re a Teleworking Aerospace Engineer or Aerospace Engineering Student
Many aerospace organizations are having their employees work from home to mitigate exposure to the coronavirus and keep communities, especially the most vulnerable members, safe and healthy. AIAA applauds and supports this decision.
We understand you still have work to do and may be looking for new ways to connect while you telecommute. We can help.
Looking to start a conversation and hash out a technical topic? Go to Engage.
Recent topics include:
- The Potential of Space Tourism
- Looking for mentors for The American Rocketry Challenge
- Best Colleges for Aerospace
Engage community is a benefit of AIAA membership
Want to learn something new or brush up your skills? Sign up for online learning.
Looking to broaden your understanding of the latest issues in aerospace? Read Aerospace America.
The May 2020 issue of Aerospace America is now live. Don’t miss this month's cover story, "Action Plans," by Cat Hofacker. Also, see if you possess the knowledge to solve this month's AeroPuzzler: Surviving the Fall.
ASCENDxSummit: Attracting Investors to Your Space
28 September 2021 1000 - 1300 (Eastern Daylight Time)Whether you’re a start-up or a shooting star, this exclusive multi-session online event will accelerate your progress toward securing the funds you need and the financial partners you can trust to boost your prospects in space.
AIAA Aerospace Perspectives Series: Space Sustainability – Advancing the Benefits to Earth and Orbit
20 July 2021 1100 - 1200 (Eastern Daylight Time)
VirtualAIAA and Lockheed Martin have assembled a stellar panel to bring you up to speed on space sustainability. This rapidly evolving topic encompasses sustainability efforts on Earth facilitated from space, actions to mitigate orbital debris, and continued safe human access to space.
Space Policy Pod: Episode 21 (Sean O’Keefe)
26 May 2021Episode 21 features former NASA administrator Sean O’Keefe.
Aerospace Insider Podcast: Episode 3 (Biomedical Research)
20 April 2021Aerospace Insider spoke to microbiologist Michael Roberts about why this unique, spaceborne national laboratory has proven to be such a draw, particularly for pharmaceutical and other researchers, and what should become of this research in the post-International Space Station era.
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