University of Kansas Students Awarded At AIAA Competition Written 25 October 2019

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The University of Kansas reports that “University of Kansas aerospace engineering students won three awards at the most recent aerospace design competition held by the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA), extending a long run of KU excellence at AIAA events.” University of Kansas Department of Aerospace Engineering Chair Rick Hale said, “The effort our students put into these design competitions is extraordinary, as is the systems engineering insight they gain in such a short time frame.” Undergraduate students Jake Rogers (3rd Place) and Nathan Simon (2nd Place) were honored in the undergraduate individual aircraft competition. In “the graduate team engine design event,” the team led by University of Kansas Graduate Teaching Assistant Jacksen Goyer received 3rd Place.
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