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  • Established business innovator Eugene Pik used Embry-Riddle’s M.S. in Aviation and Aerospace Sustainability program to expand his aviation horizons.

    For This Successful Eagle Entrepreneur, the Learning Never Stops
  • Computer Science student Elias “EJ” Bailey is one of 12 Eagles awarded the 2024 Department of Defense SMART Scholarship.

    SMART Scholar Has a Bright Future Ahead
  • Chanel Davis was recently chosen as a Patti Grace Smith Fellow – a prestigious fellowship promoting Black excellence in the aerospace industry.

    Fellowship Serves as a Stepping Stone to This Eagle’s Goals
  • Starting graduate school is an exciting and rewarding journey. With careful planning, determination and a deep passion for lifelong learning, success is within reach at Embry-Riddle!

    A Guide to Navigating Graduate School
  • With the flexibility of online education, busy professional David Self has been able to earn his degree while building his career as an air traffic controller.

    Embry-Riddle Degree Helps Air Traffic Controller Keep Success on the Radar
  • Online classes and flexible schedules made Worldwide the perfect choice for Hannah Sluder, a non-traditional student with her sights set on a life in aviation.

    Worldwide Campus Helps Eagle Find Aviation Opportunity and Success
  • Explore what you can do with a cutting-edge engineering degree from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University!

    How to Become an Electrical Engineer
  • Embry-Riddle student Narayt Salcido recently attended the National Conference on Undergraduate Research to share her findings on the Missing and Murdered Indigenous People crisis.

    Forensic Psychology Student Sheds Light on Native American Cold Case Crisis
  • 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
  • The Bachelor of Science in Systems Engineering focuses on broad applications across a range of disciplines addressing system-level modeling, analysis and operation.

    What is Systems Engineering?
  • 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
  • The longstanding legacy of Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University as the leading provider of educational opportunities for active-duty military and veterans is helping one Eagle alum pivot from one dream career to another.

    Transitioning Space Force Veteran Uses the Embry-Riddle Edge to Start His Next Mission
  • 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
  • The Society of Women Engineers dedicated their time to lead the Introduce a Girl to Engineering Workshop for elementary school girls and inspire the next generation of engineers.

    SWE Workshop Lets Eagles Showcase STEM Opportunities for Young Girls
  • 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
  • Megan Yaa Amoako was awarded a substantial scholarship from Boeing to support her life-long goal of becoming a pilot.

    Eagle Lands Scholarship Through Participation in Women in Aviation Groups
  • Aviation Business Administration major Coral Scotland’s Boeing Scholar award has helped her follow in her father’s footsteps at Embry-Riddle.

    Boeing Scholar Program Helps Eagle Honor Her Late Father’s Memory
  • Ava Shelly will never forget her 16th birthday. Nor will anyone else who saw how she celebrated it.

    Dual Enrollment Student Turns Her Sweet 16 Into an Aviation Celebration
  • Student Makenzi Patterson is pursuing her passion in the Forensic Biology field as she gains extensive hands-on experience at Embry-Riddle.

    Under the Microscope
  • 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.
  • Embry-Riddle accounting professor Samantha Friedlan explains the Forensic Accounting and Fraud Examination bachelor's degree program and what students can expect from the program.

    What is Forensic Accounting and Fraud Examination?
  • Aviation Maintenance Science major Shelby Quillinan is excited that her degree program has opened the door to so many aviation industry opportunities.

    Fixing to Fly
  • Assistant Professor of Global Security and Intelligence Steven Hooper draws from decades of experience with the FBI to guide students into careers in national security.

    How to Become an FBI Agent
  • M.S. in Project Management student Charlie Woods says his achievements in the Air Force and as a student reflect those who mentored him.

    Grad Student’s Journey to Success Shows How Mentors Can Make the Difference
  • Soon to graduate, Meredith Tutrone reflects on her experiences while at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University.

    Earning a Forensic Accounting and Fraud Examination Degree at ERAU
  • Juan Pena’s journey to becoming a working airline pilot was first fueled by Embry-Riddle’s unique partnership with the Gaetz Aerospace Institute.

    Early Start Elevates Eagle Pilot to His Dream Career in Commercial Aviation
  • 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.
  • Great cybersecurity careers are waiting for those who are ready, and Embry-Riddle offers key experience that prepares students for huge opportunities.

    How to Get Experience in Cybersecurity
  • 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
  • Thanks to Embry‑Riddle’s Dual Enrollment program, Kegan Martindale-Hernandez is already well on his way to a Master of Space Operations degree.

    Dual Enrollment Paves the Way to Three Embry‑Riddle Degrees for Aspiring Eagle Pilot
  • Homeland Security and Intelligence major Hannah Wood gains hands-on security experience during her internship with the Daytona Beach Police Department.

    Reaching the Next Level at the Forefront of Local Security and Intelligence
  • Imagine having a support network for every essay, speech, research project or presentation. The Virtual Communication Lab is your secret weapon for conquering communication challenges.

    VECTOR’s Virtual Communication Lab
  • 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.
  • Aeronautics major Arjun Vijay unlocks new perspectives as he takes on leadership roles and pursues his studies abroad in the United States.

    Aeronautics Major Embraces Study Abroad Opportunities
  • 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.
  • Logan Price pursues her passion in the STEM field through on-campus involvement and internship opportunities as she balances two majors.

    Beyond the Stars
  • Aeronautical Science major William Bourdeau is closer than ever to a career as a pilot, thanks in part to Dual Enrollment classes at Embry‑Riddle.

    How Dual Enrollment Helped Fuel This Eagle Aviator’s Drive to the Flight Deck
  • 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
  • At Embry‑Riddle, students have an abundance of resources available for academic growth, career preparation, mental health care and more!

    Resources Available to Embry‑Riddle Students
  • With his eyes on a career in Unmanned Systems, Zackrey Schraeder is making the most of the head start provided by Dual Enrollment at Embry‑Riddle.

    The Dual Enrollment Advantage: A Head Start on Success at Every Level
  • 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.
  • Cory Hoit’s journey to Embry‑Riddle’s Aerospace Engineering program got a boost from his participation in the American Rocketry Challenge.

    Aerospace Engineering Major Gets Boost Toward Success From ARC Scholarship
  • Embry‑Riddle can help you launch your future career in artificial intelligence and machine learning with degrees and research opportunities in engineering, human factors, data science and mathematics. 

    Start Your Future in Artificial Intelligence
  • M.S. in Human Factors student Evelyn Ronceros started her academic journey at Embry‑Riddle while she was still on active duty in the Air Force.

    Air Force Veteran Turns to Embry‑Riddle to Explore New Aviation Career Horizons
  • Alexander Kam is pursuing a future in the engineering field with hopes to work for The Boeing Company.

    Building a Bright Future
  • 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.
  • Jonathon Guthmiller just spent two weeks on top of a Hawaiian volcano as an analog astronaut and will soon head to NASA to begin his career as a flight control planner.

    From Classrooms to Space Stations
  • After years of hard work in school, Liyat Tsehai was selected by Boeing for the prestigious Boeing Scholars program at Embry‑Riddle.

    A Boeing Scholar's Journey to the Skies
  • Aviation Maintenance Science major Calen Crockett has been thrilled by the opportunities for hands-on experience that she’s getting at Embry‑Riddle.

    Aviation Maintenance Science Major Finds "Unmatched" Opportunity at Embry‑Riddle
  • Embarking on a journey at Embry‑Riddle Aeronautical University gives you access to benefits needed to pursue the endless possibilities of innovative and growing industries!

    Exploring the Benefits of Embry‑Riddle Graduate School
  • Aerospace Physiology major Julia Mautner is using her Embry‑Riddle experience and an innovative program to become a Doctor of Chiropractic.

    Aerospace Physiology Major Accelerates Success Thanks to Unique 3+1 Program
  • Shyan Khalil’s interest in the field of air safety continues to grow as she gets involved in on-campus groups and interns with her dream organization.

    Safety Takes Flight
  • Perla Latorre-Suarez is pursuing a future in STEM and shares her journey on social media in hopes of inspiring generations to come.

    Aerospace Engineering Scholar
  • Former DIA Terrorism Intelligence Officer and Assistant Professor Katy-Jan Bobseine gives insight on how you can become a skilled intelligence analyst at Embry‑Riddle.

    How to Become an Intelligence Analyst
  • Aerospace Engineering major Adam Jain’s American Rocketry Challenge scholarship is helping power his dream of building rockets to explore space.

    American Rocketry Challenge Scholarship Winner Finds the Future Is Looking Up
  • Despite limited access to aviation in her youth, Boeing Scholar Shii-Ann Madison’s passion for aeronautics drew her eyes to the skies.

    Fulfilling the Dream of Becoming a Pilot
  • 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
  • Nicolas Napoleoni’s Embry‑Riddle journey started on the flight deck and has moved to the hangar as part of the Aviation Maintenance Science program.

    Aviation Maintenance Science Major Finds Embry-Riddle Offers Best of All Worlds
  • Flight attendant Angelia Keever was drawn to Embry‑Riddle because of her aviation background. Now, she’s hoping to take her career to new heights.

    Worldwide Student Goes Global with Embry‑Riddle Degree in Homeland Security
  • 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.
  • During her time at Embry‑Riddle, Rhiannon Hicks discovered plentiful opportunities that allowed her to grow in her personal, academic and professional life.

    Astronomy and Astrophysics Student Finds Community and Opportunity at ERAU
  • 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
  • Aiden Cunningham has found a home in the Aviation Maintenance Science program, taking courses that help him get his hands on the future.

    How to Become an Aviation Maintenance Technician: 5 Questions With an AMS Major
  • Aeronautical Science major Callista Herdt is using a scholarship from The Boeing Co. to fuel aviation industry career dreams.

    Boeing Scholarship Has This Eagle on Course to a Future Filled With Aviation
  • 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
  • Michaela Adams reveals her path from Cyber Intelligence and Security student to senior cybersecurity engineer at MITRE.

    Graduate Finds Her Place as a Woman in Cybersecurity
  • Embry‑Riddle equips students with skills necessary for flying drones and handling autonomous systems through the Residency Program.

    Setting Course: Uncrewed and Autonomous Systems Residency Program
  • Dual Enrollment courses at Embry‑Riddle are helping 15-year-old Christian Tabor earn his A.S. in Aeronautics and pursue his dream of becoming a pilot.

    How Does Dual Enrollment Work For Pilots? Seven Questions With An Aspiring Aviator
  • 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
  • Margaret Colwell is studying Human Factors Psychology – a program that allows her to combine her passion for psychology and skills in engineering.

    The Perfect Blend
  • Higbee, Embry‑Riddle’s newest and most adorable employee, is a four-legged facility dog who helps busy students stave off stress.

    Five Questions with Higbee, Prescott’s Stress Busting Facility Dog
  • 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
  • If you’re looking for a specialized master’s program that will prepare you for careers that are in demand, Embry‑Riddle Aeronautical University is the place for you!

    Unveiling the Value of Graduate School
  • 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
  • Gifted with athletic, culinary and engineering skills, Aerospace Engineering major Aubrianne Dupre is following her passions at Embry‑Riddle.

    American Rocketry Challenge Scholarship Fuels Eagle’s Quest for Success in Space
  • 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
  • Global Security and Intelligence Studies major Alix Craft gains international experience in security by studying abroad in Taiwan.

    Studying Global Security and Intelligence Abroad in Taiwan
  • Hudson Garber has a passion for becoming the best pilot he can be – and shares his journey to success via his aviation-dedicated social media platforms.

    First-Year Eagle Jumpstarts Piloting Career and Shares Love for Aviation Online
  • Mia Hamlin’s summer internship in Southwest’s emergency response department was an exciting and fulfilling experience that she is happy to share with others.

    Southwest Internship Opens Doors
  • Aeronautics major Megan Gill’s report on her internship with Horizon Air highlights the opportunities of an Embry‑Riddle education.

    Airline Internship Gives Aeronautics Major Glimpse of Her Future
  • 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
  • Portia Ani wants to use the combined skills and experiences from her B.S. in Aviation Maintenance Science and MBA degrees to one day open her own FBO.

    Two Embry‑Riddle Degrees Form the Foundation for This Eagle’s Aviation Dream
  • Aerospace Engineering major Cameron Archibald’s Embry‑Riddle experience has been so good that his two younger brothers have followed him here.

    For This Aerospace Engineering Student, Brothers Make All the Difference
  • 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
  • Touring opportunities, whether in-person or online, are plentiful at Embry‑Riddle. Stop by or click into one of our campuses as soon as you can!   

    How to Make the Most of Your Campus Tour
  • 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
  • From playing in the bands to finishing as a finalist in NASA challenges and beyond, Graydon Russell made the most of his time at Embry‑Riddle.

    The Flight to Success: Aerospace Engineering Major Tailors College Experience to Pursue Passions
  • Aerospace Engineering student Connor Arnold set his sights on space as a young boy, and he is counting on Embry‑Riddle to help him reach the stars.

    Aerospace Engineering Student Aims to Launch Lifelong Dream at Embry‑Riddle