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  • A Puerto Rico native, Jesika Geliga-Torres followed her passion for exploration and became a Patti Grace Smith Fellow at Embry-Riddle. 

    Embry-Riddle Student's Journey to Securing Patti Grace Smith Fellowship
  • Originally from Monroe, Louisiana, Benjamin Carter followed his interests in aviation and aerospace to Embry-Riddle, where he earned a Patti Grace Smith Fellowship.

    Student Shares Insights on Earning a Patti Grace Smith Fellowship
  • Motivated by a passion for her field and excitement for innovation, Olivia Munisi found her place at Embry-Riddle through on-campus involvement. 

    Empowering the Future: Eagle Finds Inspiration in On-Campus Involvement
  • The Dual Enrollment program at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University allows students to earn high school and college credit concurrently starting as early as ninth grade.

    Dual Enrollment at Embry-Riddle Fuels Aspiring Aviator’s Pursuit of Dream Career
  • The Society of Women Engineers at Embry-Riddle’s Daytona Beach Campus is dedicated to the equal opportunity of women in the engineering workplace, as well as promoting the study of engineering.

    SWE Looks Back at a Year of Empowering Women and Creating Communities
  • What brought a pioneering and wildly successful aerospace professional back to the Ph.D. in Aviation program at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University? 

    Ph.D. in Aviation Helps Accomplished Aviator Continue Aerospace Innovations
  • American Association of Airport Executives student members ended the spring term by hosting visits from industry leaders and enjoying a behind-the-scenes trip to O’Hare Airport and United Airlines headquarters.

    American Association of Airport Executives
  • First-generation pilot Arthur Clarke is taking his passion to the flight deck with a degree in Aeronautical Science thanks to Embry-Riddle.

    Reaching New Heights with an Aeronautical Science Degree
  • As a truly global university, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University empowers international students like Timur Turganov to thrive personally and professionally.

    Landing at Embry-Riddle Puts International Student on Course for Career Success
  • Whether you’re interested in space, chemistry, aeronautics or sci-fi, Embry-Riddle encourages you to feed your passions. We’ve curated this book list to keep you inspired in your downtime and recommend degree paths for your interests.

    Summer of STEM Reading List
  • Although the odds were against him, one Eagle combined determination with the support of his parents to find success as an Aeronautical Science major.

    Aspiring Leader Finds a Home for His Aviation Dreams at Embry-Riddle
  • The MakerSpace Club gives students on the Prescott Campus a place to design, test and create almost anything they can dream of.

    Eagle MakerSpace
  • Explore Embry-Riddle's unique and exciting programs within the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science on the Daytona Beach, Florida, campus.

    Explore Engineering and Technology
  • Serena Fechter (’26) likes how the world looks from the flight deck of an aircraft.

    Success Follows Aspiring Aviator and Pageant Contestant from One Runway to Another
  • As an aviation enthusiast and a writer for The Avion, Javier Morales has big dreams to make the airline industry a better place for all.

    Passion for Aviation Accessibility Fuels Ambition
  • With more than 9,000 hours logged as a professional pilot, the flight deck is a pretty comfortable place for Chase Trissel.

    M.S. in Leadership Program Helps Experienced Pilot Find Success as a Supervisor
  • Students from Embry-Riddle’s Cyber Intelligence and Security Department are earning scholarships, landing jobs and impressing industry leaders.

    Voices From the Front Lines
  • Earning college credits in high school isn’t easy, but dual enrollment at Embry-Riddle helps that dedication pay off quickly.

    Dual Enrollment Helps Aspiring Aviator Find Success Worth Sharing
  • At Embry‑Riddle Aeronautical University, graduate students unlock the essential skills and knowledge needed for future career success and more!

    Leveling Up
  • Vincent Becerra is a U.S. Air Force veteran and Industrial/Organizational Psychology student putting his studies to work for his fellow veterans on campus.

    Finding Personal Growth While Advocating for Student Veterans
  • Learn how you can make the most out of your student's Embry‑Riddle experience and stay in the loop with these tips.

    10 Top Tips for Parents and Families
  • One Eagle alumna’s extraordinary journey as a stellar student, aviation leader, wife and mother shows that you can, indeed, have it all.

    Embry-Riddle Degrees and Hard Work Fuel a Remarkable Trajectory of Success
  • For determined students with accelerated aspirations, Dual Enrollment at Embry-Riddle offers a platform for academic and professional success.

    What is Dual Enrollment Like at Embry-Riddle?
  • While earning her degree in Forensic Psychology, Alexandra Houston has gotten involved in crucial research on Embry-Riddle's Prescott Campus.

    Navigating Neurodiversity and Law Enforcement
  • Worldwide College of Aviation Associate Professor Dr. Linda Vee Weiland shares insights and knowledge on the air traffic industry.

    How to Become an Air Traffic Controller
  • Joshua poses standing with an open book in front of a library book case.

    Joshua Park reflects on his day-to-day life while earning his degree in Unmanned Aircraft Systems and taking on leadership roles on campus.

    Meet Joshua P.
  • Thanks to his Aviation Business Administration degree, Timothy Gelfer is prepared to pursue his aviation career wherever it takes him.

    ABA Degree Sets Student Up to Stand Out in the Business of Aviation
  • Kayla Davis sits in a classroom, a tablet and a travel mug on the desk in front of her.
    Kayla Davis shares insight to a typical day in the Aerospace Engineering program while she balances an internship with her academic pursuits.

    Meet Kayla D.
  • Lorena on Beach Street in Daytona Beach.
    Lorena Sanabria shares her day-to-day experiences with sorority and club involvement, exploring Daytona Beach and earning her degree in Astronomy & Astrophysics.

    Meet Lorena S.
  • At age 27, Zoey Williams is the first Black female pilot at Air Canada and holds two aviation degrees and an MBAA from Embry‑Riddle.

    Accomplished Aviator Charts Course of Achievement Inside and Outside of the Flight Deck
  • Marily smiling in front of a large aircraft.
    Read about a day in the life of Marily Aguilar-Hernandez, who balances her job at a law firm with her education at Embry-Riddle Worldwide.

    Meet Marily A.-H.
  • Prince and Arthur on a walk near campus.
    Each day on the Prescott Campus, Prince Anselmo made sure to dedicate time to on-campus involvement, the pursuit of his pilot's license and his loveable canine companion, Arthur!

    Meet Prince A.
  • The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), is used to determine eligibility for various forms of federal financial aid. Federal student aid consists of grants, work-study programs and loans. Grants don’t have to be paid back—it’s free money from the government. Student loans do need to be paid back. 

    FAFSA Tips for Students
  • Sam poses in a light blue button down shirt against a tan outdoor wall.
    Explore a day-in-the-life of Sam Charaf as he earns his degree in Aviation Maintenance through Embry-Riddle Worldwide.

    Meet Sam C.
  • Emma sits in a yellow deck chair with a laptop in her lap, outside on the Prescott Campus.
    Emma Rash reflects on a day of earning her degree in Global Security & Intelligence Studies and working as a housing supervisor on campus.

    Meet Emma R.
  • Taylor Brown sits at a desk with a laptop and stacks of newspapers.
    Follow along with Taylor Brown's daily life while studying Space Physics, working as editor-in-chief of a student-run newspaper and leading as co-founder and vice president of the American Sign Language Club.

    Meet Taylor B.
  • The decision to pursue a STEM field doesn’t happen overnight – that’s why we host events for K-12 students and plant the seed of interest early.

    How Embry‑Riddle Supports Youth Involvement in STEM
  • Boeing Scholar Kristy Magana is looking forward to a promising future thanks to The Boeing Company and her academic achievements.

    A Boeing Scholar's Flight to Success in Aeronautical Science
  • Aerospace Engineering major Ryan Shields found his passion for rocketry by accident, and an ARC scholarship is helping him pursue a path to the stars.

    Aerospace Engineering Major Gets Ready for Launch With ARC Support
  • Everett Young is among the newest students to attend Embry‑Riddle thanks to The Boeing Company.

    Interest in Mechanics Fuels Aviation Maintenance Science Degree
  • Sydney Bonbrest took her skills outside of the classroom in her first aerospace engineering internship and left with a new understanding of the industry.       

    Eagle Gains Big Experience at Small Space Company
  • A Dual Enrollment class at Embry‑Riddle helped jumpstart Tonia Brown’s interest in weather and eventually led to her career as a TV meteorologist.

    Forecast for Success
  • Aidan studying in a coffee shop.
    Aidan Rock-Arnarson discusses a day of earning his degree in Aviation Business Administration while working as an airport management intern in Chico, California.

    Meet Aidan R.-A.
  • Sydney Jones takes full advantage of the endless opportunities that Embry‑Riddle has to offer as she accepts a full-time position at Lockheed Martin.

    The Power of an MBA
  • An American Rocketry Challenge Scholarship is helping Tanner Whitney pursue his B.S. in Aerospace Engineering degree at Embry‑Riddle.

    ARC Scholarship Helping Aerospace Engineering Major Have a Blast
  • Engineering Physics senior Kaley Eaton gained valuable hands-on experience at her recent internship, and her determination will reveal her place in the stars.

    From Campus to the Cosmos
  • Embry‑Riddle’s unique Bachelor of Science in Communication blends essential communication skills with a foundation in STEM.

    What Makes Embry‑Riddle’s Communication Program Stand Out?
  • Embry‑Riddle senior Adam Moore is on a mission to push boundaries of human spaceflight exploration as he pursues his degree.

    Aerospace Engineering Student Finding Inspiration in the Stars
  • Aerospace engineering meets recycling in Connor Arnold’s eye-opening and exciting internship experience.

    Exploring Space Sustainability with a NASA Internship
  • For Aerospace Engineering major Jacob Zahabi, a scholarship from the American Rocketry Challenge is helping launch his career in rocket science.

    ARC Scholarship Helps Aerospace Engineering Major Get Ready to Rock It
  • Embry‑Riddle alumni Aditya Rathi shares insight on the experiences that led him to landing a job at Delta Air Lines.

    Advancing Aviation Safety
  • Megan Neumann is heading into her sophomore year at Embry‑Riddle with an eye-opening experience of extensive research conducted over the summer.

    Meteorology Student Explores Passions in Atmospheric Science and Chemistry
  • Student athlete and Civil Engineering major Abigail Valley has skillfully mastered a demanding college schedule while heading into her senior year at Embry‑Riddle.

    A Well-Rounded Future
  • Brandon Dreslin is graduating with his B.S. in Human Factors Psychology and gaining invaluable experiences while soaking up as much knowledge as possible.

    The Human Element
  • After facing down many challenges, including racism and sexism, May Maryzana Maginde has put her Aerospace Engineering degree to work.

    Despite Challenges, Aerospace Engineering Grad Has Her Dream Goals Firmly in Sight
  • Toriahna Thomas is a rising junior at Embry‑Riddle. Right now, she’s completing her first internship, leading multiple organizations and preparing for what the future has in store.

    Civil Engineering Student Aims to Build Success
  • Philip Kwiecinski’s journey to his B.S. in Aviation Maintenance Science has been filled with support, encouragement, camaraderie — and success.

    Friends, Faculty Fuel Eagle’s Drive Toward Aviation Maintenance Science Success
  • Jessyca Derby is working hard to earn her Ph.D. in Human Factors from Embry‑Riddle and is soaking up as much knowledge and experience as she can.

    Scholarly Eagle Shares Research, Dissertation and Career Insights
  • Paul Rossi’s B.S. in Aeronautics helped him become a UAS innovator and entrepreneur. Today, he is pursuing a Master of Space Operations degree.

    UAS Entrepreneur Makes Giant Leap to Space Operations Degree
  • Alumna Kiara Bean reflects on her experience earning a degree in Forensic Accounting and Fraud Examination at Embry‑Riddle.       

    Distinguished Forensic Accounting Graduate Offers Insight on Embry‑Riddle Experience
  • Garrett Demshar has gained valuable and unforgettable experiences throughout his time at Embry‑Riddle.

    Beyond the Classroom
  • Catie Alfonzo-Jenner just went to NASA to complete an engineering challenge and is ready to take on senior year.       

    Aerospace Engineering Student Leads Team to NASA
  • By conducting applied biological research on bed bugs, Raelyn Yoshioka is learning fundamental skills that will aid her in her future career.

    Applied Biology Student Uses Research to Propel into a Future in Medicine
  • Michael Falanga just graduated from Embry‑Riddle with his B.S. in Human Factors Psychology. Now, he’s moving on to pursue his Ph.D. in the same field.

    From Student to Scholar
  • Ta’Leah Adams earned her MBAA at Embry‑Riddle Aeronautical University whilst competing (and winning) on the Track & Field team.

    A Winning Combination
  • In addition to his flight training, Aeronautical Science major Dylan Kowlessar has discovered a range of new passions to pursue at Embry‑Riddle.

    Aeronautical Science Major Finds Plenty of Passions Worth Pursuing at Embry‑Riddle
  • Communication student Danielle Van Pelt has big dreams in the world of broadcast meteorology and is well on her way to accomplishing them.

    From School to Studio
  • This international student, Saima Teasha, is a Software Engineering major whose campus involvement has made her feel right at home.       

    Conferences and Club Involvement Enrich Software Engineer’s Campus Experience
  • Meet Faith Lee, a senior at Embry‑Riddle. With hard work, a supportive community and the ability to make lasting connections, she earned the opportunity of a lifetime with Delta Air Lines.

    Preparing for Takeoff
  • Computer Science major Tahmina Tisha on her passion for her program, her appreciation for Embry‑Riddle, her job and the strong women who inspired her along the way.

    Marketing for the Digital Age
  • Mechanical Engineering student Arjun Menon is working with fellow ASME club members on a traction control device to help make motorcycles safer.

    Mechanical Engineering Student Taps Into Club Support for Motorcycle Safety Project
  • Divyeshwari Vansadia has been preparing for her future career since childhood. With a true love for the stars and space, Vansadia has the motivation and ability to go far in her field.

    Astronomy and Astrophysics
  • Civil Engineering senior Sydney Makarovich is on a path to success post-graduation, with a leader’s mindset and an exciting position secured in her field.

    Building a Strong Foundation for an Excellent Career
  • Embry‑Riddle’s entrepreneurship courses and the Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship provide students with tools and support to make innovative ideas reality.

    From Space to Startups
  • From designing to actualizing infrastructure improvements, Engineers Without Borders allows students to gain valuable experience while making positive changes worldwide.

    Engineers Without Borders
  • Kirsten Bauernschmidt is earning an M.S. in Human Factors at Embry‑Riddle and is on the team at Relativity Space that launched the world’s first 3-D printed rocket.

    Embry Riddle Student Helps Launch Worlds First 3D Printed Rocket
  • B.S. in Electrical Engineering student Molly Ruley balances her love of engineering with her role as a contestant in the Miss Arizona 2023 Pageant.

    Electrical Engineering Student Works to Power a Brighter Future
  • Emma Rash is wrapping up her undergraduate career at Embry‑Riddle. On top of being a student, much of her time is spent working in the field she is most passionate about: housing.       

    Housing Supervisor Extraordinaire: Unexpected Passions Found at Embry‑Riddle
  • Gina Buhl mapped out her career in aviation long before she set foot in the cockpit.

    Women in Aviation
  • You won’t find these unique and innovative graduate programs anywhere else!

    Graduate Programs Offered Exclusively at Embry‑Riddle
  • Hope Elmer’s fascination with space led her to pursue aerospace engineering from an early age.

    Aerospace Engineering Major Earns Prestigious Scholarship
  • Parenting a college student can seem like a daunting task. From instilling healthy habits to having hard conversations, here’s what you can do to help ensure your student thrives at school. 

    Parenting from Afar: Tips for Supporting Your College Student from a Distance
  • The Omics Lab at Embry‑Riddle gives student researchers the chance to explore the effects of space travel on the human body.

    Omics Lab is a Hub for Aerospace Physiology Exploration
  • Embry‑Riddle senior Arda Cetken will head from Prescott, Arizona, to Everett, Washington, for his position at The Boeing Company.

    Eagle Takes Flight from Embry‑Riddle to Boeing
  • Eshna Bhargava found her home away from home by creating her own campus community.

    Finding Community
  • Three Embry‑Riddle students with diverse interests have teamed up to pursue their passion for taking aviation and aerospace photos.

    Eagles Take Aviation Photography to the Next Level
  • Mia Hamlin keeps her schedule full with a police department internship and participation in several campus organizations on top of her GSIS coursework.

    Internship Gives Eagle a Taste of Law Enforcement
  • Aiming for a career in federal law enforcement, Global Security and Intelligence Studies student Tamhas Morgan is starting out locally.

    Global Security and Intelligence Studies Making an Impact
  • B.S. in Space Physics grad Jennifer James is pursuing her Ph.D. and hoping to one day train the next generation of engineers and scientists.

    Space Physics Degree Has Alumna Set for a Stellar Career
  • Leah Smith has taken advantage of all the opportunities Embry‑Riddle has to offer.

    Eagle Eyes Embry‑Riddle's Numerous Opportunities
  • For almost as long as she can remember, Kayla Taylor has been looking up.

    M.S. in Aviation Grad Highlights the Work of Women in Astronomy
  • Pursuing a Master of Science in Safety Science at Embry‑Riddle helped Chris Riley launch a dream career at NASA.

    Safety Science Degree Opens Door to Stellar Career at NASA
  • Jordan Garrett (’22) is preparing for the adventure of a lifetime before he travels to Japan for graduate school with a competitive scholarship.

    Aviation Maintenance Alum to Study in Japan on Scholarship
  • Master of Business Administration in Aviation student April Bedunah’s internship with the U.S. House put her at the heart of aviation policy.

    Aviation Business Student Lands Congressional Internship
  • Katie Rolle (‘24) looks to apply her knowledge in mechanical engineering to combat climate change.

    Eagle Looks to Make Environmental Impact with Mechanical Engineering
  • Elena Djudaric is a first-generation college student studying Aerospace Engineering on the Astronautics track, while being active in several clubs.

    Aerospace Engineering Student Finds Success Through Support
  • Global Security & Intelligence Studies major Grace Brown loves to sing Embry‑Riddle's praises when speaking with prospective students.

    Global Security & Intelligence Studies: Bragging Rights
  • Whether it’s giving campus tours to prospective students or teaching math to children in Zambia, Jack Frankie (‘25) is always willing to lend a helping hand. Now, he is serving humanity with a helping paw.

    Aviation Business Administration Student Takes a Paws for a Cause
  • Jorge Canido has big dreams in the aviation industry. With ideas that could transform the world of aeronautics, he decided to pursue not one but two master’s degrees from Embry‑Riddle.

    Graduate Student Has High Hopes for the Future of Aviation
  • M.S. in Leadership student Nick Jacobs looked to the skies for a career change chasing his childhood dream.

    M.S. in Leadership: Embry‑Riddle's Next Aviator
  • Hailey Murray chose to study Space Physics at Embry‑Riddle because she was excited about learning and growing within the field. Now, she has not only grown, but flourished.

    Pure Math and Space Physics
  • Volusia County students pose around the Embry‑Riddle seal after the workshop led by the Society of Women Engineers Collegiate Section. (Photo: Embry‑Riddle / Sergio Carli)
     

    Engineering Students Host Girls in STEM Workshop
  • The STAR Lab at Embry‑Riddle offers students the chance to be part of cutting-edge research using human subjects to investigate and better understand the psychology of teams.

    Next Level Labs
  • Alex Britton is the CEO of his own LLC, CerebriTech, researching real-time concussion detection in athletes.

    Student CEO is Making a Difference
  • Letsy Gonzalez (‘23), president of the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE), reveals what makes the Prescott Campus community so special.

    Eagle Finds Familia Away from Home at Embry‑Riddle
  • JaciLynn Poteet (’21) once felt like she was behind all her classmates, but now she’s ensuring rocket launch safety.

    Aerospace Engineering Graduate Ensures Safety for FAA
  • When it comes to taking her aviation career to a new level, Anastasia-Andreaa Panaitescu (’24) is definitely hitting the high notes.

    Embry-Riddle Aviation Degree is Music to Her Ears
  • Embry‑Riddle senior Isabella Novo (‘23) has always wanted to become an astronaut. Now, after landing a position at NASA, she is one step closer to that dream coming true.

    Embry‑Riddle Student is Sure to Shine at NASA: Isabella Novo
  • SAIL has a long history of research and engineering milestones that have helped students land rewarding careers with stellar employers that include Google, Lockheed Martin and more.

    Next Level Labs: Space and Atmospheric Instrumentation Lab (SAIL)
  • Life is a balancing act; throw graduate school into the mix and it becomes more of a juggling act

    The Juggling Act: Balancing Graduate School with Your Career
  • Dr. Maria Petrescu’s interest in business stems from her studies and work in public management. As a marketing professor for the College of Business, she brings a unique international experience to her students.

    Meet Dr. Maria Petrescu
  • This Embry‑Riddle Worldwide student is making a difference in the lives of others through aviation.

    Eagle Spreads the Joy of Aviation
  • Embry‑Riddle’s Bachelor of Science in Air Traffic Management trains students to become expert guides to pilots and ensure every flight around the globe is safe and secure. But how does someone become an air traffic controller, and what is their job like?  

    Setting a Course for a Future in Air Traffic Control
  • Long Beach, California, native Giselle Angulo discovered her passion for flight through a desire to travel the world. Now, with the Boeing Scholars program, she’s training to become a pilot and diversifying the field of aviation.

    Boeing Scholar's Passion for Travel Gives Her Wings
  • Embry‑Riddle offers degree programs in some of the fastest growing engineering fields and graduates leave career-ready.

    Fastest Growing Engineering Fields
  • Boeing Scholar Samuel Low is on his way to fulfilling his childhood dream thanks to The Boeing Company.

    Aeronautical Science Major and Boeing Scholar’s Airfield of Dreams
  • A scholarship from Boeing aids this aerospace and occupational safety student in reaching her goals at Embry‑Riddle.

    Boeing Scholar Program Helps an Eagle Prepare for Takeoff
  • Aeronautical Science student Jordan Garypie is pursuing his Aeronautical Science degree and running a clothing company called Pilot Quarters.

    Entrepreneur Juggles Aeronautical Science Degree Pilot Quarters Clothing Company
  • As a Boeing Scholar, students can begin building their professional networks while they pursue their degrees at Embry‑Riddle.

    Boeing Scholar Launches Aerospace Engineering Journey
  • The world of cybersecurity is vast and ever-growing. With Embry‑Riddle's cybersecurity degree programs, students can explore their unique interests while gaining invaluable skills and experience for a successful future.

    See Yourself in Cybersecurity
  • Congratulations! Your child is on their way to becoming a college student - to forging new experiences, facing new challenges and growing into an adult. As exciting as this time can be for both you and your student, planning and preparing for college can also be overwhelming.

    Seven Tips To Help Your Kids Prepare for College
  • M.S. in Human Security & Resilience student Kaitlynn Stookey is already applying her classroom lessons to real world problems.

    M.S. in Human Security & Resilience Degree Already Paying Off for Grad Student
  • Embry‑Riddle Aeronautical University is widely known for the quality of its faculty and the real-world experience they bring into their classrooms and labs. Our students learn from the best and brightest in the field and gain insight into the intricacies of the industry before ever entering the workforce.

    Embr-Riddle Professors Use Expertise to Prepare Students
  • Aviation Business Administration Ph.D. candidate Ben Gonzalez is now working on his fourth degree from Embry‑Riddle.

    For Aviation Business Administration Student, Success is a Matter of Degrees
  • Boeing Scholar and Global Business major Faith Vasquez wants to be a part of the global supply chain solution.

    Boeing Scholar Puts Focus on Global Business and Supply Chain Management
  • One recent Embry‑Riddle alum, Kai Timoll, had the rare opportunity to apply the lessons she learned in the classroom during her tour of duty with the world-famous Blue Angels.       

    Six Questions With a Blue Angel
  • Computer Engineering major and international graduate Teja Tiriveedhi took advantage of Embry‑Riddle's many academic and social opportunities to help enrich his academics and adjust to life in a new country. 

    Computer Engineering: Building a Nest of Opportunities
  • No matter what you’re interested in, Embry‑Riddle Aeronautical University likely has a club for it.

    Join the Club: Embry‑Riddle Groups Enhance the College Experience
  • B.S. in Aerospace and Occupational Safety major Fernando Avila says scholarships are helping him get closer to his dream career.       

    Aerospace and Occupational Safety Major Uses Scholarships to Boost Success
  • B.S. in Aeronautics grad Pedro Najera turned to Embry‑Riddle when he wanted to transition from a military to civilian career.       

    Aeronautics Grad Finds Knowledge Networks and Confidence
  • Air Traffic Management student Connor Cook found his true passion for aviation after arriving at Embry‑Riddle’s Prescott Campus.

    Air Traffic Management Student Explores the Other Side of the Radio
  • Aeronautical Science grad and current MBA in Aviation student Martin Kurkchubasche is focused on the importance of flight safety.

    Aeronautical Science Grad is Helping Embry‑Riddle Reshape Flight Training
  • Launch your dream career toward space exploration at Embry‑Riddle Aeronautical University.

    Find Your Place in Space
  • Global Security and Intelligence grad Savannah Riddles wants to use her newfound skills to make the world a safer place.       

    Global Security and Intelligence Grad Charts Course Toward a Safer Future for All
  • An elite internship is helping Homeland Security major Jacques-Alice Auguste pursue her goal of securing a safer world.

    Homeland Security Major’s Elite Internship Gets Her Closer to a Dream Career
  • Aeronautical Science student Peter Cuthbert is using Embry‑Riddle’s leading-edge technology to pursue his dream of becoming a pilot.

    Aeronautical Science Student is Flying High Thanks to Embry-Riddle's Technology
  • Aerospace Engineering grad Zane Zylstra found that the right education provided a launchpad to some unexpected and amazing opportunities.

    Aerospace Engineering Grad Turns Embry‑Riddle Degree Into a Space Force First
  • Business students from all Embry‑Riddle’s three campuses enjoyed a unique opportunity thanks to the university’s relationship with The Boeing Company.

    Business Students Learn Lessons Directly From Boeing in Special Program
  • Aerospace Engineering student Marielle Lenehan capitalized on her SCUBA diving experience for an opportunity of a lifetime.

    Aerospace Engineering Student Explores the Best of Both Worlds
  • Aeronautical Science major Michael Bouchard is working to give local students the chance to learn more about aviation careers.

    Aeronautical Science Major Helps Young People Put Wings on Their Dreams
  • A solid academic foundation and unparalleled practical experience have Ryan Marando ready to launch his dream career in broadcast meteorology.

    Success is in the Forecast for Embry‑Riddle’s Meteorology Student
  • Thanks to her Boeing scholarship, Mechanical Engineering student Chyra Parson is one step closer to achieving her dreams.       

    Boeing Scholar Sets Her Sight on a Future in Mechanical Engineering
  • Aerospace Engineering graduate Lt. Joselyn Rabbit was among 50 recruits selected to begin Officer Undergraduate Training for the U.S. Space Force.

    Aerospace Engineering Graduate Starts Career on the Ground Floor of Space Force
  • Space Operations major Niko Blanks is on a mission to help shape a more advanced – and more accessible – age of space exploration.

    Space Operations Major Aims to Boost Accessibility to Space
  • Aeronautical Science senior Skyler Williams shares his experience transferring to Embry‑Riddle’s Prescott Campus. 

    Transfer Q&A: Eagle Pivots to Pursue True Passion
  • Lauryn Taylor is applying the classroom and practical lessons from her Aerospace Physiology program to realize her dream of becoming a flight surgeon.       

    Aerospace Physiology Grad Wants to Make a Difference in Medicine
  • The smallest decisions can have the most impact – and that was certainly the case for Embry‑Riddle alumni Chris and Emily Casey.

    It All Started With a Seat
  • Computer Engineering grad Holly Ross left Embry‑Riddle with a degree, a full-time job and plenty of memories from the soccer pitch.

    Computer Engineering Grad Got a Kick Out of Her Embry‑Riddle Experience
  • A B.S. and an M.S. in Management have launched Air Force veteran Corey Goodnight on a mission to make airports safer and better.       

    Advancing Airport Operations
  • Global Conflict Studies graduate Dwayne Clark (‘18) advises on policy and legislation for a U.S. Congressman on Capitol Hill.

    Global Conflict Studies: From the Classroom to Capitol Hill
  • When it comes to running the College of Aviation, Dr. Ken Witcher draws upon his military experience to guide him.

    From Thunderbird to Eagle
  • MBA in Aviation student Ryan Harper is on his way to his third Embry‑Riddle degree thanks to the flexible programs offered at the Worldwide Campus.

    Flexible Worldwide Campus Programs Help Student Earn His Third Degree
  • Cyber Intelligence and Security students gained firsthand experience working in a complex operational technology environment

    A Cyber Force To Be Reckoned With
  • Aerospace Engineering student Corben Sroka added to his academic experience with a trip to Alaska through the Study America program. 

    Aerospace Engineering Student Explores America’s Last Frontier
  • Global Security & Intelligence Studies student Carolyn Chatham augmented her studies with a summer of studying in Taiwan.

    Global Security and Intelligence Studies Student Reflects on Summer in Taiwan