M.S. in Project Management student Charlie Woods says his achievements in the Air Force and as a student reflect those who mentored him.
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Charlie Woods

M.S. in Project Management student Charlie Woods says his achievements in the Air Force and as a student reflect those who mentored him.

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M.S. in Project Management student Charlie Woods says his achievements in the Air Force and as a student reflect those who mentored him.
Soon to graduate, Meredith Tutrone reflects on her experiences while at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. (Photo: Embry-Riddle/Connor McShane)
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Meredith Tutrone

Soon to graduate, Meredith Tutrone reflects on her experiences while at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University.

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Soon to graduate, Meredith Tutrone reflects on her experiences while at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University.
Juan Pena’s journey to becoming a working airline pilot was first fueled by Embry-Riddle’s unique partnership with the Gaetz Aerospace Institute.
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Juan Pena

Juan Pena’s journey to becoming a working airline pilot was first fueled by Embry-Riddle’s unique partnership with the Gaetz Aerospace Institute.

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Juan Pena’s journey to becoming a working airline pilot was first fueled by Embry-Riddle’s unique partnership with the Gaetz Aerospace Institute.
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

Great cybersecurity careers are waiting for those who are ready, and Embry-Riddle offers key experience that prepares students for huge opportunities.

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Great cybersecurity careers are waiting for those who are ready, and Embry-Riddle offers key experience that prepares students for huge opportunities.
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.
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Zoey Williams

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.

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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.
Thanks to Embry-Riddle’s Dual Enrollment program, Kegan Martindale-Hernandez is already well on his way to a Master of Space Operations degree.
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Kegan Martindale-Hernandez

Thanks to Embry-Riddle’s Dual Enrollment program, Kegan Martindale-Hernandez is already well on his way to a Master of Space Operations degree.

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Thanks to Embry-Riddle’s Dual Enrollment program, Kegan Martindale-Hernandez is already well on his way to a Master of Space Operations degree.
Homeland Security and Intelligence major Hannah Wood gains hands-on security experience during her internship with the Daytona Beach Police Department.
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Hannah Wood

Homeland Security and Intelligence major Hannah Wood gains hands-on security experience during her internship with the Daytona Beach Police Department.

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Homeland Security and Intelligence major Hannah Wood gains hands-on security experience during her internship with the Daytona Beach Police Department.
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University's Worldwide Campus Virtual Communication Lab empowers students and enhances their educational experience through tutoring, workshops and access to valuable online resources. (Embry-Riddle/Bill Fredette-Huffman)

VECTOR’s Virtual Communication Lab

Imagine having a support network for every essay, speech, research project or slideshow. The Virtual Communication Lab is your secret weapon for conquering communication…

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Imagine having a support network for every essay, speech, research project or slideshow. The Virtual Communication Lab is your secret weapon for conquering communication challenges.
Aeronautics major Arjun Vijay unlocks new perspectives as he takes on leadership roles and pursues his studies abroad in the United States.
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Arjun Vijay

Aeronautics major Arjun Vijay unlocks new perspectives as he takes on leadership roles and pursues his studies abroad in the United States.

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Aeronautics major Arjun Vijay unlocks new perspectives as he takes on leadership roles and pursues his studies abroad in the United States.
Logan Price pursues her passion in the STEM field through on-campus involvement and internship opportunities as she balances two majors. (Photo: Embry‑Riddle / Bill Fredette-Huffman)
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Logan Price

Logan Price pursues her passion in the STEM field through on-campus involvement and internship opportunities as she balances two majors.

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Logan Price pursues her passion in the STEM field through on-campus involvement and internship opportunities as she balances two majors.
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.
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William Bourdeau

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.

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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.
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

At Embry-Riddle, students have an abundance of resources available for academic growth, career preparation, mental health care and more!

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At Embry-Riddle, students have an abundance of resources available for academic growth, career preparation, mental health care and more!
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.
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Zackrey Schraeder

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.

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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.
Cory Hoit’s journey to Embry-Riddle’s Aerospace Engineering program got a boost from his participation in the American Rocketry Challenge.
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Cory Hoit

Cory Hoit’s journey to Embry-Riddle’s Aerospace Engineering program got a boost from his participation in the American Rocketry Challenge.

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Cory Hoit’s journey to Embry-Riddle’s Aerospace Engineering program got a boost from his participation in the American Rocketry Challenge.
DATA the robot, center stage for this performance at Dr. Heather Knight's Honor Series presentation. (Embry-Riddle/Jasmine Johnson)

Start Your Future in Artificial Intelligence

Embry-Riddle can help you launch your future career in artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) with degrees and research opportunities in engineering,…

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Embry-Riddle can help you launch your future career in artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) with degrees and research opportunities in engineering, human factors, data science and mathematics.
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.
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Evelyn Ronceros

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.

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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.
Alexander Kam is pursuing a future in the engineering field with hopes to work for The Boeing Company. (Photo: Embry-Riddle / Connor McShane)
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Alexander Kam

Alexander Kam is pursuing a future in the engineering field with hopes to work for The Boeing Company.

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Alexander Kam is pursuing a future in the engineering field with hopes to work for The Boeing Company.
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.
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Jonathon Guthmiller

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 plan…

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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.
Embry-Riddle student Liyat Tsehai was selected as a Boeing Scholar to aid her studies in Aeronautical Science. (Photo: Liyat Tsehai)
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Liyat Tsehai

After years of hard work in school, Liyat Tsehai was selected by Boeing for the prestigious Boeing Scholars program at Embry-Riddle.

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After years of hard work in school, Liyat Tsehai was selected by Boeing for the prestigious Boeing Scholars program at Embry-Riddle.
Aviation Maintenance Science major Calen Crockett has been thrilled by the opportunities for hands-on experience that she’s getting at Embry-Riddle.
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Calen Crockett

Aviation Maintenance Science major Calen Crockett has been thrilled by the opportunities for hands-on experience that she’s getting at Embry-Riddle.

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Aviation Maintenance Science major Calen Crockett has been thrilled by the opportunities for hands-on experience that she’s getting at Embry-Riddle.
Embry-Riddle's Worldwide graduate posing after the Hooding Ceremony on the Daytona Beach Campus. (Photo: Embry-Riddle / David Massey)

Exploring the Benefits of Embry-Riddle Graduate School

Embarking on a journey at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University gives you access to benefits needed to pursue the endless possibilities of innovative and growing ind…

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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!
Julia Mautner, here in an Embry-Riddle Women’s Tennis shirt, is now a volunteer assistant coach with the team.
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Julia Mautner

Aerospace Physiology major Julia Mautner is using her Embry-Riddle experience and an innovative program to become a Doctor of Chiropractic.

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Aerospace Physiology major Julia Mautner is using her Embry-Riddle experience and an innovative program to become a Doctor of Chiropractic.
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.
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Shyan Khalil

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.

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

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

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Perla Latorre-Suarez is pursuing a future in STEM and shares her journey on social media in hopes of inspiring generations to come.
Ms. Katy-Jan Bobseine has industry experience working for the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) before joining Embry-Riddle as an assistant professor for Global Security and Intelligence Studies. (Photo: Embry-Riddle / Connor McShane)

How to Become an Intelligence Analyst

Former DIA Terrorism Intelligence Officer and Assistant Professor Katy-Jan Bobseine gives insight on how you can become a skilled intelligence analyst at Embry-Ridd…

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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.
Aerospace Engineering major Adam Jain’s American Rocketry Challenge scholarship is helping power his dream of building rockets to explore space.
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Adam Jain

Aerospace Engineering major Adam Jain’s American Rocketry Challenge scholarship is helping power his dream of building rockets to explore space.

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Aerospace Engineering major Adam Jain’s American Rocketry Challenge scholarship is helping power his dream of building rockets to explore space.
Boeing Scholar Shii-Ann Madison is studying Aeronautical Science - Fixed Wing at Embry-Riddle’s Prescott Campus with dreams of becoming a commercial pilot.
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Shii-Ann Madison

Despite limited access to aviation in her youth, Boeing Scholar Shii-Ann Madison’s passion for aeronautics drew her eyes to the skies.

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Despite limited access to aviation in her youth, Boeing Scholar Shii-Ann Madison’s passion for aeronautics drew her eyes to the skies.
Embry-Riddle AMS student Nicolas Napoleoni
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Nicolas Napoleoni

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.

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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.
Angelia Keever and her peers from Embry-Riddle Worldwide visiting Paris while studying abroad in Europe. (Photo: Angelia Keever)
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Angelia Keever

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.

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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.
Assistant Professor Steven Hooper‘s areas of expertise include counterintelligence, crisis management and national security. (Photo: Embry-Riddle / Connor McShane)

How to Become an FBI Agent

Assistant Professor of Global Security and Intelligence Steven Hooper draws from decades of experience with the FBI to guide students into careers in national secur…

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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.
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Aeronautical Science student and Boeing Scholar Kristy Magana
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Kristy Magana

Boeing Scholar Kristy Magana is looking forward to a promising future thanks to The Boeing Company and her academic achievements.

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Boeing Scholar Kristy Magana is looking forward to a promising future thanks to The Boeing Company and her academic achievements.
Oakton High School in Vienna, Virginia graduate Ryan Shields is now studying Aerospace Engineering at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University's Daytona Beach Campus.
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Ryan Shields

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.

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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.
Everett Young, studying Aviation Maintenance Science, gets hands-on experience in aviation maintenance on Embry-Riddle's Daytona Beach campus.
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Everett Young

Everett Young is among the newest students to attend Embry-Riddle thanks to The Boeing Company.

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Everett Young is among the newest students to attend Embry-Riddle thanks to The Boeing Company.
Embry-Riddle Aerospace Engineering student Sydney Bonbrest
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Sydney Bonbrest

Sydney Bonbrest took her skills outside of the classroom in her first aerospace engineering internship and left with a new understanding of the industry.

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Sydney Bonbrest took her skills outside of the classroom in her first aerospace engineering internship and left with a new understanding of the industry.
Tonia Brown, shown here on the set of WBRC Fox 6 News, got her start in meteorology thanks to a Dual Enrollment class at Embry-Riddle.

Tonia Brown

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.

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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.
Astronomy and Astrophysics major Rhiannon Hicks stands in Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University's Daytona Beach Campus Observatory.
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Rhiannon Hicks

During her time at Embry-Riddle, Rhiannon Hicks discovered plentiful opportunities that allowed her to grow in her personal, academic and professional life.

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During her time at Embry-Riddle, Rhiannon Hicks discovered plentiful opportunities that allowed her to grow in her personal, academic and professional life.
Sydney Jones, MBA student and member of the Daytona Beach Campus Student Government Association & National Society of Black Engineers. smiles while standing in front of an aircraft
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Sydney Jones

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.

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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.
B.S. in Aviation Maintenance Science major Aiden Cunningham standing in a Boeing 757 credits Embry-Riddle's reputation and accomplished alumni as his main reason for pursuing his degree at Embry-Riddle.
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Aiden Cunningham

Aiden Cunningham has found a home in the Aviation Maintenance Science program, taking courses that help him get his hands on the future.

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Aiden Cunningham has found a home in the Aviation Maintenance Science program, taking courses that help him get his hands on the future.
Boeing Scholar Callista Herdt, pursuing a B.S. in Aeronautical Science at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, touring a Boeing Facility near the Kennedy Space Center.
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Callista Herdt

Aeronautical Science major Callista Herdt is using a scholarship from The Boeing Co. to fuel aviation industry career dreams.

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Aeronautical Science major Callista Herdt is using a scholarship from The Boeing Co. to fuel aviation industry career dreams.
Aerospace Engineering major Tanner Whitney (left) and fellow student Natale Cannas enjoy a hike in the mountains that surround the Prescott Campus.
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Tanner Whitney

An American Rocketry Challenge Scholarship is helping Tanner Whitney pursue his B.S. in Aerospace Engineering degree at Embry-Riddle.

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An American Rocketry Challenge Scholarship is helping Tanner Whitney pursue his B.S. in Aerospace Engineering degree at Embry-Riddle.
While studying Cyber Intelligence and Security at Embry-Riddle, alumna Michaela Adams specialized in cybersecurity, network security, aviation cybersecurity and malware analysis.
Alumni

Michaela Adams

Michaela Adams reveals her path from Cyber Intelligence and Security student to senior cybersecurity engineer at MITRE.

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Michaela Adams reveals her path from Cyber Intelligence and Security student to senior cybersecurity engineer at MITRE.
Embry-Riddle uncrewed aircraft system students learn to engineer and pilot drone aircraft toward earning an undergraduate or graduate degree in the field.

Uncrewed & Autonomous Systems Residency Program

Embry-Riddle equips students with skills necessary for flying drones and handling autonomous systems through the Residency Program.

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Embry-Riddle equips students with skills necessary for flying drones and handling autonomous systems through the Residency Program.
Christian Tabor is earning his A.S. in Aeronautics from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University's Worldwide Campus.

Christian Tabor

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.

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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.
Engineering Physics student Kaley Eaton at NASA’s Neutral Buoyancy Lab, featuring a 1:1 scale model of the U.S. part of the International Space Station (ISS). (Photo: Kaley Eaton)

Kaley Eaton

Engineering Physics senior Kaley Eaton gained valuable hands-on experience at her recent internship, and her determination will reveal her place in the stars.

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Engineering Physics senior Kaley Eaton gained valuable hands-on experience at her recent internship, and her determination will reveal her place in the stars.
Meterology and Communications students work in the TV Studio lab to learn how to present weather forecasts at a news channel. (Embry-Riddle / Daryl LaBello)

B.S. in Communication

Embry-Riddle’s unique Bachelor of Science in Communication blends essential communication skills with a foundation in STEM.

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Embry-Riddle’s unique Bachelor of Science in Communication blends essential communication skills with a foundation in STEM.
Adam Moore is pursuing a B.S. in Aerospace Engineering on the Astronautics track with a minor in Computer Science at Embry-Riddle's Prescott Campus. (Photo: Embry-Riddle / Connor McShane)

Adam Moore

Embry-Riddle senior Adam Moore is on a mission to push boundaries of human spaceflight exploration as he pursues his degree.

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Embry-Riddle senior Adam Moore is on a mission to push boundaries of human spaceflight exploration as he pursues his degree.
Maria Colwell, Human Factors Psychology major, is also a Resident Assistant (RA) in the Thumb Butte Complex Suites at Embry-Riddle's Prescott Campus. (Photo: Embry-Riddle / Connor McShane)

Margaret Colwell

Margaret Colwell is studying Human Factors Psychology – a program that allows her to combine her passion for psychology and skills in engineering.

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Margaret Colwell is studying Human Factors Psychology – a program that allows her to combine her passion for psychology and skills in engineering.
A student’s eye view of how Higbee looks when he’s coming to the rescue. (Photo: Embry-Riddle / Connor McShane)

Higbee

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

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Higbee, Embry-Riddle’s newest and most adorable employee, is a four-legged facility dog who helps busy students stave off stress.
Aerospace Engineering major Connor Arnold standing outdoors at a NASA facility. (Photo: Connor Arnold)

Connor Arnold

Aerospace engineering meets recycling in Connor Arnold’s eye-opening and exciting internship experience.

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Aerospace engineering meets recycling in Connor Arnold’s eye-opening and exciting internship experience.
Aerospace Engineering major Jacob Zahabi has traded shoveling snow in Virginia for pursuing his passion for rocket science in Florida. (Photo: Jacob Zahabi)

Jacob Zahabi

For Aerospace Engineering major Jacob Zahabi, a scholarship from the American Rocketry Challenge is helping launch his career in rocket science.

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For Aerospace Engineering major Jacob Zahabi, a scholarship from the American Rocketry Challenge is helping launch his career in rocket science.
San Diego Worldwide Graduation in 2023. (Photo: Embry-Riddle / Connor McShane)

The Value of Graduate School

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!

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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!
Aditya Rathi with his Distinguished Graduate award, in front of Embry-Riddles Prescott’s Jim and Linda Lee Planetarium. (Photo: Aditya Rathi)
Alumni

Aditya Rathi

Embry-Riddle alumni Aditya Rathi shares insight on the experiences that led him to landing a job at Delta Air Lines.

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Embry-Riddle alumni Aditya Rathi shares insight on the experiences that led him to landing a job at Delta Air Lines.
Megan Neuman in the SEEL Lab on Embry-Riddle's Daytona Beach campus. (Photo: Embry-Riddle / Joey Harrison)

Megan Neumann

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

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Megan Neumann is heading into her sophomore year at Embry-Riddle with an eye-opening experience of extensive research conducted over the summer.
Abigail Valley posing for Cross Country and Track & Field. (Photo: Embry-Riddle)

Abigail Valley

Student athlete and Civil Engineering major, Abigail Valley, has skillfully mastered a full, demanding college schedule while heading into her senior year at Embry-…

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Student athlete and Civil Engineering major, Abigail Valley, has skillfully mastered a full, demanding college schedule while heading into her senior year at Embry-Riddle.
Freshman Aerospace Engineering major Aubrianne Dupre is primed for her next STEM adventure at Embry-Riddle. (Photo: Aubrianne Dupre)

Aubrianne Dupre

Gifted with athletic, culinary and engineering skills, Aerospace Engineering major Aubrianne Dupre is following her passions at Embry-Riddle.

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Gifted with athletic, culinary and engineering skills, Aerospace Engineering major Aubrianne Dupre is following her passions at Embry-Riddle.
Brandon Dreslin photographed on Embry-Riddle's Daytona Beach, Florida, campus. (Photo: Embry-Riddle / Bill Fredette-Huffman)

Brandon Dreslin

Brandon Dreslin is graduating with his B.S. in Human Factors Psychology this year — and in the meantime, he’s gaining invaluable experiences while soaking up as much…

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Brandon Dreslin is graduating with his B.S. in Human Factors Psychology this year — and in the meantime, he’s gaining invaluable experiences while soaking up as much knowledge as possible.
This is me and my tutor at our closing party before leaving Taiwan. (Photo: Alix Craft)

Alix Craft

Global Security and Intelligence Studies major gains international experience in security by studying abroad in Taiwan.

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Global Security and Intelligence Studies major gains international experience in security by studying abroad in Taiwan.
Hudson Garber with a plane from Embry-Riddle's fleet, on the Daytona Beach, Florida, campus. (Photo: Embry-Riddle / Bill Fredette-Huffman)

Hudson Garber

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.

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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.
Mia Hamlin enjoying her internship with Southwest Airlines. (Photo: Mia Hamlin)

Mia Hamlin

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.

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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.
Megan Gill enjoys her time with a Horizon Air crew on the flight deck of ERJ-175 en route to Santa Rosa, California. (Photo: Megan Gill)

Megan Gill

Aeronautics major Megan Gill’s report on her internship with Horizon Air highlights the opportunities of an Embry-Riddle education.

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Aeronautics major Megan Gill’s report on her internship with Horizon Air highlights the opportunities of an Embry-Riddle education.
May Maryzana Maginde, shown here bundled up on the Brooklyn Bridge, is all smiles as she reflects on the start of her aviation career. (Photo: May Maryzana)

May Maryzana Maginde

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

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After facing down many challenges, including racism and sexism, May Maryzana Maginde has put her Aerospace Engineering degree to work.
Toriahna Thomas repping Turner Construction on Embry-Riddle's Daytona Beach Campus. (Photo: Embry-Riddle / Joseph Harrison)

Toriahna Thomas

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…

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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.
Philip Kwiecinski, shown here in one of Embry-Riddle’s aviation maintenance labs, is grateful for the support he’s received at the school. (Photo: Embry-Riddle / Bill Fredette-Huffman)

Philip Kwiecinski

Philip Kwiecinski’s journey to his B.S. in Aviation Maintenance Science has been filled with support, encouragement, camaraderie — and success.

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Philip Kwiecinski’s journey to his B.S. in Aviation Maintenance Science has been filled with support, encouragement, camaraderie — and success.
Jessica Derby earned her B.A. in Psychology from Keene State College before coming to Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University to earn her M.S. and Ph.D. in Human Factors. (Photo: Jessyca Derby)

Jessyca Derby

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.

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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.
Students at Embry-Riddle's Daytona Beach Campus sitting together outside around a sculpture of an aircraft. (Photo: Embry-Riddle)

Tips For Thriving in Your Senior Year

Our faculty share their tips for surviving and thriving in your senior year.

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Our faculty share their tips for surviving and thriving in your senior year.
Portia Ani earned her Aviation Maintenance Science degree in 2023. (Photo: Embry-Riddle / Bill Fredette-Huffman)

Portia Ani

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.

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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.
Cameron Archibald, shown here on the Daytona Beach Campus, has accepted a full-time job with Phantom Works at The Boeing Co. (Photo: Cameron Archibald)

Cameron Archibald

Aerospace Engineering major Cameron Archibald’s Embry-Riddle experience has been so good that his two younger brothers have followed him here.

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Aerospace Engineering major Cameron Archibald’s Embry-Riddle experience has been so good that his two younger brothers have followed him here.
UAS thought leader Paul Rossi, shown here supervising operations out in the field, is pursuing his second degree from Embry-Riddle. (Photo: Paul Rossi)

Paul Rossi

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.

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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.
Future students and families attend tours and capture memories on Embry-Riddle's campus. (Photo: Embry-Riddle)

Campus Tours

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!

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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!
Kiara Bean accepting her Distinguished Graduate Award at Embry-Riddle's Prescott Campus. (Photo: Embry-Riddle / Connor McShane)

Kiara Bean

Alumna Kiara Bean reflects on her experience earning a degree in Forensic Accounting and Fraud Examination at Embry-Riddle.

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Alumna Kiara Bean reflects on her experience earning a degree in Forensic Accounting and Fraud Examination at Embry-Riddle.
Aviation Business Administration student Garrett Demshar. (Photo: Garrett Demshar)

Garrett Demshar

Garrett Demshar has gained valuable and unforgettable experiences throughout his time at Embry-Riddle.

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Garrett Demshar has gained valuable and unforgettable experiences throughout his time at Embry-Riddle.
Catie Alfonzo-Jenner (Photo: Embry-Riddle / Bill Fredette-Huffman)

Catie Alfonzo-Jenner

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

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Catie Alfonzo-Jenner just went to NASA to complete an engineering challenge and is ready to take on senior year.
Raelyn Yoshioka is an Applied Biology major and midfielder for the Women’s Soccer team.

Raelyn Yoshioka

By conducting applied biological research on bed bugs, Raelyn Yoshioka is learning fundamental skills that will aid her in her future career.

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By conducting applied biological research on bed bugs, Raelyn Yoshioka is learning fundamental skills that will aid her in her future career.
Aerospace Engineering major Graydon Russell ('23) (Photo: Graydon Russell)

Graydon Russell

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.

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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.
During at his summer internship at NASA, Connor Arnold took a minute to show off the Embry-Riddle flag as he stood in front of a rocket engine. (Photo: Connor Arnold)

Connor Arnold

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.

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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.
Michael Falanga on Embry-Riddle's Daytona Beach Campus. (Photo: Embry-Riddle / Bill Fredette-Huffman)

Michael Falanga

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.

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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.
Ta'Leah Adams in her Track & Field uniform. (Photo: Embry-Riddle)

Ta’Leah Adams

Ta’Leah Adams earned her MBAA at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University whilst competing (and winning) on the Track & Field team.

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Ta’Leah Adams earned her MBAA at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University whilst competing (and winning) on the Track & Field team.
Standing on the strut of an Embry-Riddle Cessna 172, Dylan Kowlessar shows off his instrument rating. (Photo: Embry-Riddle / Daytona Beach Campus Flight Department)

Dylan Kowlessar

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

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In addition to his flight training, Aeronautical Science major Dylan Kowlessar has discovered a range of new passions to pursue at Embry-Riddle.
Danielle Van Pelt in the newsroom on Embry-Riddle's Daytona Beach Campus. (Photo: Embry-Riddle / Joseph Harrison)

Danielle Van Pelt

Communication student Danielle Van Pelt has big dreams in the world of broadcast meteorology and is well on her way to accomplishing them.

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Communication student Danielle Van Pelt has big dreams in the world of broadcast meteorology and is well on her way to accomplishing them.
Alix Craft is a Global Security and Intelligence Studies major at Embry-Riddle's Prescott Campus. (Photo: Embry-Riddle / Connor McShane)

Alix Craft

Sophomore student Alix Craft has some advice for incoming students to help you make the most out of your freshman year.

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Sophomore student Alix Craft has some advice for incoming students to help you make the most out of your freshman year.
Faith Lee on her first day at Delta Air Lines, posing in front of an Airbus A320 tire. (Photo: Faith Lee / Delta Air Lines)

Faith Lee

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…

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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.
Dual Enrollment student and A.S. in Aeronautics graduate Noah Burrows in his cap and gown with his first college diploma. (Photo: Noah Burrows)

Noah Burrows

Dual Enrollment student Noah Burrows got his college education off to a fast start by earning his A.S. in Aeronautics while still in high school.

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Dual Enrollment student Noah Burrows got his college education off to a fast start by earning his A.S. in Aeronautics while still in high school.
Tahmina Tisha on Embry-Riddle's Daytona Beach Campus. (Photo: Embry-Riddle / Bill Fradette-Huffman)

Tahmina Tisha

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.

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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.
Mechanical Engineering student Arjun Menon with an adventure tourer motorcycle like those at the center of his traction control research. (Photo: Arjun Menon)

Arjun Menon

Mechanical Engineering student Arjun Menon is working with fellow ASME club members on a traction control device to help make motorcycles safer.

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Mechanical Engineering student Arjun Menon is working with fellow ASME club members on a traction control device to help make motorcycles safer.
Divyeshwari Vansadia on the roof of the College of Arts and Sciences building on the Daytona Beach, Florida, campus. (Photo: Embry-Riddle / Bill Fredette-Huffman)

Divyeshwari Vansadia

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…

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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.
Makarovich was elected president of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) and also vice president of the Institution of Transportation Engineers (ITE) at Embry-Riddle's Daytona Beach Campus. (Photo: Embry-Riddle / Bill Fredette-Huffman)

Sydney Makarovich

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.

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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.
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship student facilitators and director Dr. Ramy Rahimi at recent ESHIP Tech Talk. (Photo: Sergio Carli)

From Space to Startups

Embry-Riddle’s entrepreneurship courses and the Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship provide students with tools and support to make innovative ideas reality.

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Embry-Riddle’s entrepreneurship courses and the Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship provide students with tools and support to make innovative ideas reality.
Embry-Riddle Software Engineering student Saima Teasha (Photo: Saima Teasha)

Saima Teasha

This international student is a Software Engineering major whose campus involvement has made her feel right at home.

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This international student is a Software Engineering major whose campus involvement has made her feel right at home.
From left to right; Ethan Mizer, Benjamin Heinz, Dr. Jeff Brown, Izel Tuncer and Eric Suarez pose under a “Masaya” sign, the name of a city they visited in Nicaragua. (Photo: Izel Tuncer)

Izel Tuncer

From designing to actualizing infrastructure improvements, Engineers Without Borders allows students to gain valuable experience while making positive changes world…

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From designing to actualizing infrastructure improvements, Engineers Without Borders allows students to gain valuable experience while making positive changes worldwide.
Kirsten Bauernschmidt with Terran 1, the world’s first 3-D printed rocket. (Photo: Relativity Space / Kirsten Bauernschmidt)

Kirsten Bauernschmidt

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.

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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.
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. (Photo: Embry-Riddle / Connor McShane)

Molly Ruley

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.

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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.
Global Security and Intelligence Studies major Emma Rash ('23). (Photo: Embry-Riddle / Connor McShane)

Emma Rash

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:…

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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.
Embry-Riddle alumna and pilot for Atlas Air, Gina Buhl ('89) stands on the runway in front of a Boeing 747. (Photo: Gina Buhl)

Gina Buhl

Gina Buhl mapped out her career in aviation long before she set foot in the cockpit.

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Gina Buhl mapped out her career in aviation long before she set foot in the cockpit.
Aerospace Engineering major Alexis Elmer (‘24) in the materials lab at Embry-Riddle's AXFAB building. (Photo: Embry-Riddle / Connor McShane)

Hope Elmer

Hope Elmer’s fascination with space led her to pursue aerospace engineering from an early age.

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Hope Elmer’s fascination with space led her to pursue aerospace engineering from an early age.
Aerospace Physiology student Danielle Norris examines a slide while working in Embry-Riddle’s Omics Lab. (Photo: Embry-Riddle / Bill Fredette-Huffman)

Omics Lab

The Omics Lab at Embry-Riddle gives student researchers the chance to explore the effects of space travel on the human body.

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The Omics Lab at Embry-Riddle gives student researchers the chance to explore the effects of space travel on the human body.
Dustin Foote in the Aviation Maintenance Hangar on Embry-Riddle's Prescott Campus. (Photo: Embry Riddle / Connor Mcshane)

Dustin Foote

Dustin Foote hopes his story will inspire others to pursue an education despite their struggles and setbacks.

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Dustin Foote hopes his story will inspire others to pursue an education despite their struggles and setbacks.
Arda Cetken in the AXFAB Machine Shop on Embry-Riddle's Prescott Campus. (Photo: Embry-Riddle / Connor Mcshane)

Arda Cetken

Embry-Riddle senior Arda Cetken will head from Prescott, Arizona, to Everett, Washington, for his position at The Boeing Company.

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Embry-Riddle senior Arda Cetken will head from Prescott, Arizona, to Everett, Washington, for his position at The Boeing Company.
Aerospace Engineering major Prabhsidak Singh ('25) at Embry-Riddle's Daytona Beach Campus. (Photo: Embry-Riddle / Joseph Harrison)

Prabhsidak Singh

Prabhsidak Singh doesn’t believe in obstacles.

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Prabhsidak Singh doesn’t believe in obstacles.
Aerospace Engineering major Eshna Bhargava ('24) at Embry-Riddle's Daytona Beach Campus. (Photo: Embry-Riddle / Bill Fredette-Huffman)

Eshna Bhargava

Eshna Bhargava found her home away from home by creating her own campus community.

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Eshna Bhargava found her home away from home by creating her own campus community.
Bastien Melin, Hao Wu, Wen Wu and fellow photographer Chris (last name to come) pose in front of an F-18 during Sun ‘n Fun 2023.

Sadie Walsh-Gay

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

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Three Embry-Riddle students with diverse interests have teamed up to pursue their passion for taking aviation and aerospace photos.
Mia Hamlin is preparing for life after graduation as she keeps herself busy with opportunities for growth. (Photo: Mia Hamlin)

Mia Hamlin

Mia Hamlin keeps her schedule full with a police department internship and participation in several campus organizations on top of her GSIS coursework.

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Mia Hamlin keeps her schedule full with a police department internship and participation in several campus organizations on top of her GSIS coursework.
M.S. in Human Factors graduate Nicole Schoenstein in her official NASA photo with the American and NASA flags behind her. (Photo: Nicole Schoenstein)

Nicole Schoenstein

M.S. in Human Factors graduate Nicole Schoenstein used her Embry-Riddle degree and internships to help build her current career at NASA.

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M.S. in Human Factors graduate Nicole Schoenstein used her Embry-Riddle degree and internships to help build her current career at NASA.
Tahmas Morgan in the “cyber gym” on the Prescott Campus. (Photo: Embry-Riddle / Connor Mcshane)

Tamhas Morgan

Aiming for a career in federal law enforcement, Global Security and Intelligence Studies student Tamhas Morgan is starting out locally.

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Aiming for a career in federal law enforcement, Global Security and Intelligence Studies student Tamhas Morgan is starting out locally.
Mechanical Engineering student Matthew Jolliffe ('23)

Matthew Jolliffe

Matthew Jolliffe (’23) has completed six internships during his time at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, from General Electric to Fox Factory to BMW.

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Matthew Jolliffe (’23) has completed six internships during his time at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, from General Electric to Fox Factory to BMW.
B.S. in Space Physics graduate Jennifer James is now working on her Ph.D. at Vanderbilt University. (Photo: Jennifer James)

Jennifer James

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.

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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.
Two students listen to instructions as they get ready to experience the first-hand impact of hypoxia. (Photo: Embry-Riddle / Bill Fredette-Huffman)

High-Altitude Normobaric Chamber

What is Hypoxia? Embry-Riddle facility helps students understand its impact.

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What is Hypoxia? Embry-Riddle facility helps students understand its impact.
Leah Smith in front of the building that houses the NASA JPL 25ft Space Simulator. (Photo: Leah Smith)

Leah Smith

Leah Smith has taken advantage of all the opportunities Embry-Riddle has to offer.

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Leah Smith has taken advantage of all the opportunities Embry-Riddle has to offer.
M.S. in Aviation grad Kayla Taylor celebrates completing her master’s program by modeling her graduation cap on the beach. (Photo: Alyssa Shrock)

Kayla Taylor

For almost as long as she can remember, Kayla Taylor has been looking up.

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For almost as long as she can remember, Kayla Taylor has been looking up.
Embry-Riddle alumnus and NASA Quality Engineer Chris Riley in his officer at the Kennedy Space Center. (Photo: Chris Riley)

Chris Riley

Pursuing a Master of Science in Safety Science at Embry-Riddle helped Chris Riley launch a dream career at NASA.

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Pursuing a Master of Science in Safety Science at Embry-Riddle helped Chris Riley launch a dream career at NASA.
Samir Ahmed ('23) standing in front of the launch pad at Cape Canaveral. (Photo: Samir Ahmed)

Samir Ahmed

Samir Ahmed fulfilled his academic and professional dreams even before graduation.

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Samir Ahmed fulfilled his academic and professional dreams even before graduation.
Jordan Garrett in the WIKD radio studio. (Photo: Jordan Garrett)

Jordan Garrett

Jordan Garrett (’22) is preparing for the adventure of a lifetime before he travels to Japan for graduate school with a competitive scholarship.

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Jordan Garrett (’22) is preparing for the adventure of a lifetime before he travels to Japan for graduate school with a competitive 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. (Photo: April Bedunah)

April Bedunah

Master of Business Administration in Aviation student April Bedunah’s internship with the U.S. House put her at the heart of aviation policy.

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Master of Business Administration in Aviation student April Bedunah’s internship with the U.S. House put her at the heart of aviation policy.
Katie Rolle ('24) is a Mechanical Engineering major and president of the Alternative Energy Association Club on the Prescott Campus. (Photo: Katie Rolle)

Katie Rolle

Katie Rolle (‘24) looks to apply her knowledge in mechanical engineering to combat climate change.

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Katie Rolle (‘24) looks to apply her knowledge in mechanical engineering to combat climate change.
Elena Djudaric has been making the most out of her Embry-Riddle experience with campus involvement. (Photo: Elena Djudaric)

Elena Djudaric

Elena Djudaric is a first-generation college student studying Aerospace Engineering on the Astronautics track, while being active in several clubs.

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Elena Djudaric is a first-generation college student studying Aerospace Engineering on the Astronautics track, while being active in several clubs.
Global Security & Intelligence Studies major Grace Brown ('24) is a student ambassador for Embry-Riddle in addition to her role in the Student Government Association (SGA). (Photo: Embry-Riddle / Connor McShane)

Grace Brown

Global Security & Intelligence Studies major Grace Brown (‘24) loves to sing Embry-Riddle's praises when speaking with prospective students.

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Global Security & Intelligence Studies major Grace Brown (‘24) loves to sing Embry-Riddle's praises when speaking with prospective students.
Jack Frankie ('25) with Harrison the Guide Dog who is training to be a future guide dog at the Daytona Beach Campus. (Photo: Embry-Riddle / Joseph Harrison)

Jack Frankie & Harrison

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…

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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.
UAS major Adrian Bates-Domingo ('22, '23) watches the skies while piloting an uncrewed aerial system at Embry-Riddle. (Photo: Adrian Bates-Domingo)

Adrian Bates-Domingo

UAS student Adrian Bates-Domingo's (‘22, ‘23) participation in Embry-Riddle's summer programs gave him field experience he couldn’t get anywhere else.

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UAS student Adrian Bates-Domingo's (‘22, ‘23) participation in Embry-Riddle's summer programs gave him field experience he couldn’t get anywhere else.
Juan Andres Mesa Sanchez proudly displays his Bachelor of Science in Aeronautics degree. (Photo: Juan Andres Mesa Sanchez)

Juan Andres Mesa Sanchez

With an Aeronautics Degree from Embry-Riddle, this pilot is getting closer to his goal of a career on the flight deck.

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With an Aeronautics Degree from Embry-Riddle, this pilot is getting closer to his goal of a career on the flight deck.
Jorge Canido says that “for us to be successful Eagles outside of the classroom, we must focus on exploring different paths and learning about technology early on.” (Photo: Jorge Canido)

Jorge Canido

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…

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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.
M.S. in Leadership student Nick Jacobs has a passion for flight and enjoys his time in the sky. (Photo: Nick Jacobs)

Nick Jacobs

M.S. in Leadership student Nick Jacobs looked to the skies for a career change chasing his childhood dream.

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M.S. in Leadership student Nick Jacobs looked to the skies for a career change chasing his childhood dream.
Hailey Murray in the EagleSat Lab on the Prescott Campus (Photo: Embry Riddle / Connor McShane)

Hailey Murray

Hailey Murray (‘25) 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…

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Hailey Murray (‘25) 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.
Students from Volusia County schools pose around the Embry-Riddle seal in the Mori Hosseini Student Union during a day-long workshop led by the Society of Women Engineers (SWE) Collegiate Section at the Daytona Beach campus on Feb. 11, 2023. (Photo: Embry-Riddle / Sergio Carli)

Society of Women Engineers

Students from the Society of Women Engineers Collegiate Section hosted a STEM workshop for elementary school girls.

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Students from the Society of Women Engineers Collegiate Section hosted a STEM workshop for elementary school girls.
UAS student Jose Cabrera ('22, '24) standing beside his peers and colleagues holding an uncrewed aircraft system used to observe endangered sea turtle behavior. (Photo: Jose Cabrera)

Jose Cabrera

Embry-Riddle offers Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) students opportunities to participate in innovative and impactful research opportunities.

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Embry-Riddle offers Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) students opportunities to participate in innovative and impactful research opportunities.
Using a mock hospital scenario, Aerospace Physiology students from the STAR Lab research the logistics and teamwork involved in how healthcare workers “hand off” patients from one team to another. (Embry-Riddle/David Massey)

Small Teams Analog Research Lab

The Small Teams Analog Research (STAR) Lab on Embry-Riddle’s Daytona Beach Campus offers students the chance to be part of cutting-edge research using human subjects…

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The Small Teams Analog Research (STAR) Lab on Embry-Riddle’s Daytona Beach Campus offers students the chance to be part of cutting-edge research using human subjects to investigate and better understand the psychology of teams.
Rodriguez at the 2022 Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE) national convention in Charlotte, NC. (Photo: Elliot Rodriguez)

Elliot Rodriguez

Elliot Rodriguez (‘25) looked to student clubs and organizations to help him adjust to life on campus and find a sense of community.

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Elliot Rodriguez (‘25) looked to student clubs and organizations to help him adjust to life on campus and find a sense of community.
UAS major Michael D'Alonzo ('23) has used drones to investigate the damaging impact Hurricane Ian has had on the local community of Daytona Beach, Florida. (Photo: Micahel D'Alonzo)

John Christensen & Michael D'Alonzo

Embry-Riddle's Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) degree program offers students opportunities to apply this newer technology in innovative ways.

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Embry-Riddle's Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) degree program offers students opportunities to apply this newer technology in innovative ways.
Letsy Gonzalez ('23) is a Software Engineering major and president of the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers chapter on the Prescott Campus. (Photo: Embry-Riddle / Connor McShane)

Letsy Gonzalez

Letsy Gonzalez (‘23), president of the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE), reveals what makes the Prescott Campus community so special.

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Letsy Gonzalez (‘23), president of the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE), reveals what makes the Prescott Campus community so special.
JaciLynn Poteet graduated with a B.S. in Aerospace Engineering in 2021 and poses for a picture standing beside the scenic boulders around Willow Lake in Prescott, Arizona. (Photo: JaciLynn Poteet)

JaciLynn Poteet

JaciLynn Poteet (’21) once felt like she was behind all her classmates, but now she’s ensuring rocket launch safety.

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JaciLynn Poteet (’21) once felt like she was behind all her classmates, but now she’s ensuring rocket launch safety.
Anastasia-Andreaa Panaitescu ('24) is a Romanian native earning her M.S. in Aeronautics online through Embry-Riddle's Worldwide Campus. (Photo: Anastasia-Andreaa Panaitescu)

Anastasia-Andreaa Panaitescu

When it comes to taking her aviation career to a new level, Anastasia-Andreaa Panaitescu (’24) is definitely hitting the high notes.

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When it comes to taking her aviation career to a new level, Anastasia-Andreaa Panaitescu (’24) is definitely hitting the high notes.
Isabella Novo ('23) at NASA, where she works on the life support system for the International Space Station. (Photo: NASA / Isabella Novo)

Isabella Novo

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…

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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.
(left to right) Undergraduate Jonas Rowan and graduate students Peter Ribbens and Marco Avila with Assistant Professor of Physics Dr. Byonghoon Seo in front of the plasma chamber. (Photo: Embry-Riddle / Bill Fredette-Huffman)

Space and Atmospheric Instrumentation Lab

College of Arts & Sciences, Daytona Beach Campus

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College of Arts & Sciences, Daytona Beach Campus
Buntin and Aloha Aviators before a holiday mission. (Photo: Nobi Buntin)

Nobi Buntin

This Embry-Riddle Worldwide student is making a difference in the lives of others through aviation.

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This Embry-Riddle Worldwide student is making a difference in the lives of others through aviation.
Students gather to present their research during Discovery Day, a celebration of undergraduate research and scholarship from aviation to engineering, security and intelligence to physics and astronomy. (Photo: Embry-Riddle / Connor McShane)

Undergraduate Research Institute

At Embry-Riddle's Prescott, AZ, campus, we are committed to providing students with opportunities to engage in hands-on, faculty-led research in their chosen fields.…

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At Embry-Riddle's Prescott, AZ, campus, we are committed to providing students with opportunities to engage in hands-on, faculty-led research in their chosen fields. From aviation to engineering, business to forensics and beyond, our students have access to a wide range of research projects that can help them develop the skills and experience that employers are looking for.
Students utilize industry-grade equipment in their training to become degreed air traffic controllers at Embry-Riddle's Air Traffic Control Lab in Prescott, Arizona. (Photo: Embry-Riddle / Connor McShane)

Air Traffic Management

Among the most crucial roles in flight safety is air traffic control. Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University’s Bachelor of Science in Air Traffic Management trains students…

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Among the most crucial roles in flight safety is air traffic control. Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University’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?
Boeing Scholar and Aeronautical Science — Fixed Wing major Giselle Angulo (‘26) is minoring in Air Traffic Control and looks forward to earning her Private Pilot’s Certificate. (Photo: Embry-Riddle / Connor McShane)

Giselle Angulo

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…

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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.
An engineering student works on a capstone project in the Robotics Lab (Embry-Riddle / Connor McShane)

Aerospace, Computer & Software Engineering

Embry-Riddle offers degree programs in some of the fastest growing engineering fields and graduates leave career-ready.

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Embry-Riddle offers degree programs in some of the fastest growing engineering fields and graduates leave career-ready.
Space Physics student Clarissa Pavao at the Prescott, Arizona campus. (Photo: Embry-RIddle / Connor McShane)

Amanda Zhu and Clarissa Pavao

The Council on Undergraduate Research (CUR) selected two Embry-Riddle students and one faculty member to participate in the inaugural Scholars Transforming Through Research…

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The Council on Undergraduate Research (CUR) selected two Embry-Riddle students and one faculty member to participate in the inaugural Scholars Transforming Through Research (STR) program.
Aeronautical Science major Samuel Low ('25) standing in front of Prescott Campus' AXFAB Building. (Photo: Embry-Riddle / Connor McShane)

Samuel Low

Boeing Scholar Samuel Low is on his way to fulfilling his childhood dream thanks to The Boeing Company.

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Boeing Scholar Samuel Low is on his way to fulfilling his childhood dream thanks to The Boeing Company.
Boeing Scholar and Aeronautical Science major Kaylee Lall ('26) in Embry-Riddle's Flight building overlooking the ramp. (Photo: Embry-Riddle / Bill Fredette-Huffman)

Kaylee Lall

The Boeing Company continues supplying selected Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University students with scholarships, networking opportunities and a wealth of industry knowledge…

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The Boeing Company continues supplying selected Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University students with scholarships, networking opportunities and a wealth of industry knowledge thanks to their Boeing Scholars program, an initiative supporting the ongoing effort to expand and diversify the aviation workforce.
Boeing Scholar Odalis Bonilla poses on the Daytona Beach Embry-Riddle Campus. (Photo: Embry-Riddle / Connor McShane)

Odalis Bonilla

A scholarship from Boeing aids this aerospace and occupational safety student in reaching her goals at Embry-Riddle.

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A scholarship from Boeing aids this aerospace and occupational safety student in reaching her goals at Embry-Riddle.
From left to right, Jordan Garypie, his roommate Kyle Neighbors (’25) and friend Tyler Trigg (’25) model some Pilot Quarters shirts. (Photo: Jordan Garypie)

Jordan Garypie

Aeronautical Science student Jordan Garypie is pursuing his Aeronautical Science degree and running a clothing company called Pilot Quarters.

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Aeronautical Science student Jordan Garypie is pursuing his Aeronautical Science degree and running a clothing company called Pilot Quarters.
Diamond DA42 Flight Simulator at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Daytona Beach, Florida. (Photo: Embry-Riddle / David Massey)

How to Become a Pilot

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University can help you become a pilot while providing a well-rounded aviation education in a university setting.

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Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University can help you become a pilot while providing a well-rounded aviation education in a university setting.
Boeing Scholar and Aerospace Engineering major Lainey Davis ('26) was drawn to Embry-Riddle's curriculum and accreditations. (Photo: Embry-Riddle / Bill Fredette-Huffman)

Lainey Davis

As a Boeing Scholar, students can begin building their professional networks while they pursue their degrees at Embry-Riddle.

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As a Boeing Scholar, students can begin building their professional networks while they pursue their degrees at Embry-Riddle.
Students gather in state-of-the-art labs including the Cyber Lab, the Cybersecurity Engineering Lab or the Cybersecurity Virtual Laboratory to gain valuable skills before entering the industry. (Photo: Embry-Riddle / Connor McShane)

Cybersecurity Programs at Embry-Riddle

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…

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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.
Graduate student Kaitlynn Stookey says the M.S. in Human Security & Resilience program has already given her a “different worldview.” (Photo: Kaitlynn Stookey)

Kaitlynn Stookey

M.S. in Human Security & Resilience student Kaitlynn Stookey is already applying her classroom lessons to real world problems.

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M.S. in Human Security & Resilience student Kaitlynn Stookey is already applying her classroom lessons to real world problems.
Student Jarred Jordan ('23) standing in front of a SpaceX rocket. (Photo: Jarred Jordan)

Jarred Jordan

Aerospace Engineering major Jarred Jordan has become an award-winning student thanks to the opportunities Embry-Riddle offers.

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Aerospace Engineering major Jarred Jordan has become an award-winning student thanks to the opportunities Embry-Riddle offers.
Worldwide alumna with a graduate degree in Project Management Alyssa DeCarlis ('22) with her dog. (Photo: Alyssa DeCarlis)

Alyssa DeCarlis

Alumna Alyssa DeCarlis (‘22) reviewed an extensive list of graduate programs before deciding that Embry-Riddle was the right choice to further her education.

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Alumna Alyssa DeCarlis (‘22) reviewed an extensive list of graduate programs before deciding that Embry-Riddle was the right choice to further her education.
Although separated by 60 years, Bob Slaughter (’61) and his grandson Brady (’21) are proud of being Eagle grads and taking advantage of everything an Embry-Riddle education offers. (Photo: Brady Slaughter)

Bob and Brady Slaughter

Mechanical Engineering grad Brady Slaughter attended Embry-Riddle in the footsteps of his grandfather, who graduated in 1961.

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Mechanical Engineering grad Brady Slaughter attended Embry-Riddle in the footsteps of his grandfather, who graduated in 1961.
B.S. in Air Traffic Management major Rachel St. Louis is using profits from her jewelry business to build her own custom airplane. (Photo: Rachel St. Louis)

Rachel St. Louis

Air Traffic Management student Rachel St. Louis has a side business that is helping her fund construction of her own airplane.

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Air Traffic Management student Rachel St. Louis has a side business that is helping her fund construction of her own airplane.
Embry-Riddle graduate Ben Gonzalez

Ben Gonzalez

Aviation Business Administration Ph.D. candidate Ben Gonzalez is now working on his fourth degree from Embry-Riddle.

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Aviation Business Administration Ph.D. candidate Ben Gonzalez is now working on his fourth degree from Embry-Riddle.
B.S. in Logistics and Supply Chain Management alumna Kai Timoll ('21) served with the Blue Angels, the Navy's elite flight demonstrations squadron, as the Logistics Assistant Leading Petty Officer. (Photo: Kai Timoll)

Kai Timoll

An elite team is required to keep the Blue Angels flying high. Each support team member offers a unique skill set and is expected to perform with precision. One recent…

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An elite team is required to keep the Blue Angels flying high. Each support team member offers a unique skill set and is expected to perform with precision. One recent Embry-Riddle alum had the rare opportunity to apply the lessons she learned in the classroom during her tour of duty with the world-famous Blue Angels.
Aerospace Engineering major Michaelle Ramos ('22) gave an advanced aerospace engineering lecture in Spanish for Atomicas Tremendas, a program for young women in Latin America interested in STEM. (Photo: Embry-Riddle)

Michaelle “Michy” Ramos

Aerospace Engineering student Michaelle Ramos is earning her degree and helping other young women explore STEM careers.

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Aerospace Engineering student Michaelle Ramos is earning her degree and helping other young women explore STEM careers.
Electrical Engineering senior Drew Yoshida ('23) outside of Honeywell during his internship in Summer 2022. (Photo: Drew Yoshida)

Drew Yoshida

Electrical Engineering senior Drew Yoshida (’23) spent summer 2022 getting a huge head start on his career, thanks to an internship at Honeywell Aerospace.

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Electrical Engineering senior Drew Yoshida (’23) spent summer 2022 getting a huge head start on his career, thanks to an internship at Honeywell Aerospace.
B.S. in Computer Engineering graduate Teja Tiriveedhi worked on the Turtle Tech project, a drone-based sea turtle surveillance effort between Embry-Riddle, Northrop Grumman and the Brevard Zoo. (Photo: Getty)

Teja Tiriveedhi: Computer Engineering

Computer Engineering major and international graduate Teja Tiriveedhi took advantage of Embry-Riddle's many academic and social opportunities to help enrich his academics…

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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.
Ralph Alcock ('78) is an Embry-Riddle alumni and recently retired captain at Raytheon Technologies. (Photo: Ralph Alcock)

Ralph Alcock

Ralph Alcock (’78) was among four pilots who flew the first training aircraft to the Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Prescott Campus in August 1978, just before…

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Ralph Alcock (’78) was among four pilots who flew the first training aircraft to the Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Prescott Campus in August 1978, just before the school welcomed its initial group of students in Arizona. Alcock, who recently retired as a captain at Raytheon Technologies, has amassed almost 16,000 hours of flight time and returned to Prescott in May to take a five-day Advanced Aircraft Accident Investigation course.
B.S. in Aerospace and Occupational Safety major, Fernando Avila has received 15 different scholarships to attend Embry-Riddle. (Photo: Fernando Avila)

Fernando Avila

B.S. in Aerospace and Occupational Safety major Fernando Avila says scholarships are helping him get closer to his dream career.

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B.S. in Aerospace and Occupational Safety major Fernando Avila says scholarships are helping him get closer to his dream career.
Terry Virts ('97) earned his M.S. in Aeronautics degree at Embry-Riddle before becoming a test pilot for the Air Force and setting his sights on the stars. (Photo: Terry Virts)

Terry Virts

NASA astronaut Terry Virts earned his M.S. in Aeronautics at Embry-Riddle before sharing his love of spaceflight with others.

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NASA astronaut Terry Virts earned his M.S. in Aeronautics at Embry-Riddle before sharing his love of spaceflight with others.
After earning a B.S. in Aerospace Engineering, Katharine Larsen ('21, '22, '25) embarked on the M.S. in Aerospace Engineering and is planning to continue her studies by pursuing a Ph.D. in Aerospace Engineering with Embry-Riddle. (Photo: Katharine Larsen)

Katharine Larsen

Katharine Larsen earned her B.S. and M.S. in Aerospace Engineering at Embry-Riddle and is now pursuing a Ph.D. in the school’s renowned program.

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Katharine Larsen earned her B.S. and M.S. in Aerospace Engineering at Embry-Riddle and is now pursuing a Ph.D. in the school’s renowned program.
Aviation Business Administration major Alexandria Cogdell ('23) joined Business Eagles to develop professionally and boost connections with fellow students, administration and industry professionals. (Photo: Alexandria Cogdell)

Business Eagles Program

The Business Eagles program brings together high-performing business students and industry leaders. Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University is a leading institution for…

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The Business Eagles program brings together high-performing business students and industry leaders. Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University is a leading institution for aviation and aerospace education around the globe, but that expertise extends further than you may realize and encompasses virtually every aspect of aviation and aerospace–including the business of aviation.
M.S. in Safety Science student Piper Forcier took part in a vital internship opportunity with the National Transportation Safety Board investigating aircraft safety. (Photo: Piper Forcier)

Piper Forcier

Safety Science student Piper Forcier wants to use her Embry-Riddle degree to help prevent future aviation accidents.

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Safety Science student Piper Forcier wants to use her Embry-Riddle degree to help prevent future aviation accidents.
Embry-Riddle student Laurayna Pick, a freshman Aeronautical Science major, conducts virtual-reality flight training maneuvers at the Advanced Flight Simulation Center. (Photo: Embry-Riddle / Bernard Wilchusky)

Nevada Randall

Embry-Riddle’s leading-edge technology is helping Aeronautical Science students like Nevada Randall finish flight training faster.

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Embry-Riddle’s leading-edge technology is helping Aeronautical Science students like Nevada Randall finish flight training faster.
Martin Kurkchubasche ('20, '23) graduated with a B.S. in Aeronautical Science and is pursuing his MBA in Aviation through the Worldwide Campus. (Photo: Embry-Riddle / Connor McShane)

Martin Kurkchubasche

Aeronautical Science grad and current MBA in Aviation student Martin Kurkchubasche is focused on the importance of flight safety.

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Aeronautical Science grad and current MBA in Aviation student Martin Kurkchubasche is focused on the importance of flight safety.
Elizabeth Mitchell ('22) switched majors from engineering to a B.S. in Aeronautical Science with a Helicopter Pilot Specialty. (Photo: Embry-Riddle / Connor McShane)

Elizabeth Mitchell: B.S. Aeronautical Science

When it came time to define her career pursuit, Elizabeth Mitchell (’22) kept an open mind. And that allowed Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University to help her pursue a…

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When it came time to define her career pursuit, Elizabeth Mitchell (’22) kept an open mind. And that allowed Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University to help her pursue a new career as a helicopter pilot.
B.S. in Aeronautical Science major Emma Kirschenheiter ('25) has amassed more than 100 hours of flight time since fall 2021. (Photo: Embry-Riddle / Joseph Harrison)

Emma Kirschenheiter

B.S. in Aeronautical Science major Emma Kirschenheiter found her aviation passion after an introductory flight in her native Long Island.

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B.S. in Aeronautical Science major Emma Kirschenheiter found her aviation passion after an introductory flight in her native Long Island.
Cook started his aviation career in Palm Springs, California before being drawn to Embry-Riddle's renowned reputation as the top educator of aviators. (Photo: Embry-Riddle / Connor McShane)

Connor Cook

Air Traffic Management student Connor Cook found his true passion for aviation after arriving at Embry-Riddle’s Prescott Campus.

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Air Traffic Management student Connor Cook found his true passion for aviation after arriving at Embry-Riddle’s Prescott Campus.
Space Physics major Janessa Slone ('23) spent the summer of 2022 as a part of the Society of Physics Student national internship program in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Janessa Slone)

Janessa Slone

Space Physics major Janessa Slone took full advantage of the undergraduate research opportunities at Embry-Riddle.

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Space Physics major Janessa Slone took full advantage of the undergraduate research opportunities at Embry-Riddle.
Aerospace Engineering major Wilson Tadena ('22) now works for The Boeing Company as a Flight Test Engineer. (Photo: Wilson Tadena)

Wilson Tadena

Aerospace Engineering major Wilson Tadena (’22) turned an internship at The Boeing Company into a job as a Flight Test Engineer after graduation.

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Aerospace Engineering major Wilson Tadena (’22) turned an internship at The Boeing Company into a job as a Flight Test Engineer after graduation.
A student stands in front of ancient ruins while pursuing his degree studying abroad. (Photo: Brandon Leong)

Studying Abroad

Students at Embry-Riddle don’t just learn beyond the classroom on campus; they also learn outside of the U.S. through their adventures studying abroad.

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Students at Embry-Riddle don’t just learn beyond the classroom on campus; they also learn outside of the U.S. through their adventures studying abroad.
For Global Security and Intelligence alumna Savannah Riddles ('21), Embry-Riddle was her dream school. (Photo: Savannah Riddles)

Savannah Riddles

Global Security and Intelligence grad Savannah Riddles wants to use her newfound skills to make the world a safer place.

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Global Security and Intelligence grad Savannah Riddles wants to use her newfound skills to make the world a safer place.
Aeronautics alumnus Pedro Najera ('21) was active-duty Navy while pursuing his B.S. in Aeronautics. (Photo: Pedro Najera)

Pedro Najera

B.S. in Aeronautics grad Pedro Najera turned to Embry-Riddle when he wanted to transition from a military to civilian career.

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B.S. in Aeronautics grad Pedro Najera turned to Embry-Riddle when he wanted to transition from a military to civilian career.
M.S. in Engineering Management student Michael Zafutto ('02, '22) is one of four students named to the College of Business Student Council to help improve the educational experience of his fellow students. (Photo: Michael Zafutto)

Michael Zaffuto

M.S. in Engineering Management student Michael Zaffuto is making an effort to help improve the educational experience of his fellow students.

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M.S. in Engineering Management student Michael Zaffuto is making an effort to help improve the educational experience of his fellow students.
Adrienne Reid uses the lessons she learns in the Safety Management program in her volunteer work with the Civil Air Patrol.

Adrienne Reid

As a member of the Civil Air Patrol, Adrienne Reid assists with teaching cadets about safety and risk management.

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As a member of the Civil Air Patrol, Adrienne Reid assists with teaching cadets about safety and risk management.
Homeland Security major Jacques-Alice Auguste ('23) was chosen for an internship with Beyond the Horizon International Strategic Studies Group to promote global peace through security. (Photo: Jacques-Alice Auguste)

Jacques-Alice Auguste

An elite internship is helping Homeland Security major Jacques-Alice Auguste pursue her goal of securing a safer world.

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An elite internship is helping Homeland Security major Jacques-Alice Auguste pursue her goal of securing a safer world.
B.S. in Aeronautical Science major Peter Cuthbert ('25) has already received his private pilot rating in his first semester through Embry-Riddle's PILOT program. (Photo: Peter Cuthbert)

Peter Cuthbert

Aeronautical Science student Peter Cuthbert is using Embry-Riddle’s leading-edge technology to pursue his dream of becoming a pilot.

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Aeronautical Science student Peter Cuthbert is using Embry-Riddle’s leading-edge technology to pursue his dream of becoming a pilot.
B.S. in Aerospace Engineering major Zane Zylstra ('19) is the first Prescott Campus alum to be commissioned as a first lieutenant in the U.S. Space Force. (Photo: Zane Zylstra)

Zane Zylstra

Aerospace Engineering grad Zane Zylstra found that the right education provided a launchpad to some unexpected and amazing opportunities.

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Aerospace Engineering grad Zane Zylstra found that the right education provided a launchpad to some unexpected and amazing opportunities.
Business students took part in a Boeing Business Fundamentals course focusing on key areas of the industry.

Eagles Get Down to Business with Boeing

Business students from all Embry-Riddle’s three campuses enjoyed a unique opportunity thanks to the university’s relationship with Boeing.

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Business students from all Embry-Riddle’s three campuses enjoyed a unique opportunity thanks to the university’s relationship with Boeing.
Aerospace Engineering major Marielle Lenehan. (Photo: Embry-Riddle/Joseph Harrison)

Marielle Lenehan

Aerospace Engineering student Marielle Lenehan capitalized on her SCUBA diving experience for an opportunity of a lifetime.

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Aerospace Engineering student Marielle Lenehan capitalized on her SCUBA diving experience for an opportunity of a lifetime.
Aeronautical Science major Michael Bouchard ('22) stands beside a plane on the Embry-Riddle Flight Line. (Photo: Michael Bouchard / Embry-Riddle)

Michael Bouchard

Aeronautical Science major Michael Bouchard is working to give local students the chance to learn more about aviation careers.

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Aeronautical Science major Michael Bouchard is working to give local students the chance to learn more about aviation careers.
Faith Vasquez ('25) was inspired to major in Global Business and Supply Chain Management after observing the affects the pandemic had on the global supply chain. (Photo: Embry-Riddle/Connor McShane)

Faith Vasquez

Boeing Scholar and Global Business major Faith Vasquez wants to be a part of the global supply chain solution.

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Boeing Scholar and Global Business major Faith Vasquez wants to be a part of the global supply chain solution.
Students and faculty prepare to fly an unmanned aircraft system using proper safety equipment and procedures.

Uncrewed Systems Degrees at Embry-Riddle

With an uncrewed systems degree from Embry-Riddle, you can find your niche in a variety of innovative and growing fields.

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With an uncrewed systems degree from Embry-Riddle, you can find your niche in a variety of innovative and growing fields.
Senior Ryan Marando was named the Meteorology Student of the Year for the Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Daytona Beach Campus in March 2022. He was spotlighted in celebration of World Meteorological Day. (Embry-Riddle/Josh Asiaten)

Ryan Marando

A solid academic foundation and unparalleled practical experience have Ryan Marando ready to launch his dream career in broadcast meteorology.

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A solid academic foundation and unparalleled practical experience have Ryan Marando ready to launch his dream career in broadcast meteorology.
For Treshina Smith, the M.S. in Project Management offered the global perspective and focus on data analytics that she was looking for.

Treshina Smith

Master of Science in Project Management graduate Treshina Smith plans to open her own small business consulting company in the future.

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Master of Science in Project Management graduate Treshina Smith plans to open her own small business consulting company in the future.
After completing his Embry-Riddle education, Jonathan France plans to spend his career serving in the U.S. Air Force. (Photo: Jonathan France)

Jon France

Jon France is preparing for his future by combining his degree in Aeronautics with a minor in Security and Intelligence and Japanese language track.

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Jon France is preparing for his future by combining his degree in Aeronautics with a minor in Security and Intelligence and Japanese language track.
Mechanical Engineering major and Boeing Scholar Chyra Parson. (Photo: Chyra Parson)

Chyra Parson

Thanks to her Boeing scholarship, Mechanical Engineering student Chyra Parson is one step closer to achieving her dreams.

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Thanks to her Boeing scholarship, Mechanical Engineering student Chyra Parson is one step closer to achieving her dreams.
Steven Warmath is an active member of the 501st Legion, a volunteer organization known for making character appearances around the globe. (Photo: Maddie Sundberg)

Steven Warmath

Worldwide MBAA student Steven Warmath uses his passion for pop culture to make a difference in the Orlando community and beyond.

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Worldwide MBAA student Steven Warmath uses his passion for pop culture to make a difference in the Orlando community and beyond.
Blake Evans

Blake Evans and Corey Hume

The Boeing Company has collaborated with Embry-Riddle on a new career pathways program designed to help military students.

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The Boeing Company has collaborated with Embry-Riddle on a new career pathways program designed to help military students.
Lt. Joselyn Rabbitt ('21) begins her active-duty commission in the U.S. Space Force at California's Vandenberg Space Force Base. (Photo: Joselyn Rabbitt)

Joselyn Rabbitt

Aerospace Engineering graduate Lt. Joselyn Rabbit was among 50 recruits selected to begin Officer Undergraduate Training for the U.S. Space Force.

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Aerospace Engineering graduate Lt. Joselyn Rabbit was among 50 recruits selected to begin Officer Undergraduate Training for the U.S. Space Force.
Niko Blanks

Niko Blanks

Space Operations major Niko Blanks is on a mission to help shape a more advanced – and more accessible – age of space exploration.

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Space Operations major Niko Blanks is on a mission to help shape a more advanced – and more accessible – age of space exploration.
Following graduation, Williams will continue as an Embry-Riddle flight instructor before transitioning to a regional airline and ultimately the United flight deck.

Skyler Williams

Aeronautical Science senior Skyler Williams shares his experience transferring to Embry-Riddle’s Prescott Campus.

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Aeronautical Science senior Skyler Williams shares his experience transferring to Embry-Riddle’s Prescott Campus.
Concepts learned in the Aerospace Physiology program are widely applicable to cardiology, neuroscience, anesthesiology, aviation medicine and more. (Photo: Lauryn Taylor)

Lauryn Taylor

Lauryn Taylor is applying the classroom and practical lessons from her Aerospace Physiology program to realize her dream of becoming a flight surgeon.

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Lauryn Taylor is applying the classroom and practical lessons from her Aerospace Physiology program to realize her dream of becoming a flight surgeon.
Computer Engineering graduate Holly Ross ('19) excelled in the classroom and on the field as a member of the women's soccer team. (Photo: Todd Poitras)

Holly Ross

Computer Engineering grad Holly Ross left Embry-Riddle with a degree, a full-time job and plenty of memories from the soccer pitch.

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Computer Engineering grad Holly Ross left Embry-Riddle with a degree, a full-time job and plenty of memories from the soccer pitch.
In addition to aircraft maintenance, Goodnight oversaw his department’s training program and briefly served as a training lead for the Barksdale Air Force Base Honor Guard.

Corey Goodnight

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.

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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.
Dwayne Clark holds a photo of Embry-Riddle's student union with Rep. Michael Waltz (FL-6). (Photo: Dwayne Clark)

Dwayne Clark

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

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Global Conflict Studies graduate Dwayne Clark (‘18) advises on policy and legislation for a U.S. Congressman on Capitol Hill.
In-flight footage of earth from the upper atmosphere captured by the team’s high-altitude balloon payload.

ASCEND

The Embry-Riddle ASCEND team gives practical experience with engineering for high altitude exploration.

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The Embry-Riddle ASCEND team gives practical experience with engineering for high altitude exploration.
Worldwide alumnus and student Ryan Harper enjoys hiking outdoors when not working on his third degree from Embry-Riddle.

Ryan Harper

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.

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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.
The students of the CyberForce team standing in a Cyber Intelligence laboratory on the Prescott campus.

CyberForce Team

Cyber Intelligence and Security students gained firsthand experience working in a complex operational technology environment

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Cyber Intelligence and Security students gained firsthand experience working in a complex operational technology environment
Aerospace Engineering student Corben Sroka during his trip to Alaska through Embry-Riddle’s Study America program.

Corben Sroka

Aerospace Engineering student Corben Sroka added to his academic experience with a trip to Alaska through the Study America program.

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Aerospace Engineering student Corben Sroka added to his academic experience with a trip to Alaska through the Study America program.
Global Security & Intelligence Studies student Carolyn Chatham (’23) got the opportunity to study abroad over the summer in Kaohsiung, Taiwan.

Carolyn Chatham

Global Security & Intelligence Studies student Carolyn Chatham augmented her studies with a summer of studying in Taiwan.

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Global Security & Intelligence Studies student Carolyn Chatham augmented her studies with a summer of studying in Taiwan.
Unmanned Aircraft Systems student Taylor Mantick (’21) utilizes drone photography at the Prescott Campus baseball field.

Taylor Mantick

Unmanned Aircraft Systems major Taylor Mantick begin his academic journey as a mechanical engineer before discovering his passion for UAS.

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Unmanned Aircraft Systems major Taylor Mantick begin his academic journey as a mechanical engineer before discovering his passion for UAS.
Joy Cooper, who works for United Airlines, survived a plane crash in 2019 that killed three other people. (Photo: Joy Cooper)

Joy Cooper

A plane crash in Alaska in 2019 did not stop Joy Cooper from earning her M.S. in Aeronautics and continuing her career in aviation.

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A plane crash in Alaska in 2019 did not stop Joy Cooper from earning her M.S. in Aeronautics and continuing her career in aviation.
Boeing Scholar Kaija Martin comes to Embry-Riddle with more than eight years of experience in robotics.

Kaija Martin

Aerospace Engineering student Kaija Martin is looking forward to her journey as a Boeing Scholar at Embry-Riddle.

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Aerospace Engineering student Kaija Martin is looking forward to her journey as a Boeing Scholar at Embry-Riddle.
Bachelor of Science in Communication alumna Katy Thompson received the Outstanding Graduate Award and a full time job offer.

Katy Thompson

B.S. in Communication grad Katy Thompson earned the Outstanding Graduate Award and got a full-time job offer along with it.

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B.S. in Communication grad Katy Thompson earned the Outstanding Graduate Award and got a full-time job offer along with it.
Aviation Maintenance Science major and Boeing Scholar, Luke Boardman

Luke Boardman

Luke Boardman had always dreamed of attending Embry-Riddle, and his selection as a Boeing Scholar has helped turn his dream into reality.

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Luke Boardman had always dreamed of attending Embry-Riddle, and his selection as a Boeing Scholar has helped turn his dream into reality.
Systems Engineering student Lauren Maples in the NASA Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory in Houston, Texas.

Lauren Maples: Master of Systems Engineering

Master of Systems Engineering student Lauren Maples works as a scuba diver at NASA Johnson Space Center’s Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory.

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Master of Systems Engineering student Lauren Maples works as a scuba diver at NASA Johnson Space Center’s Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory.
Aeronautical Science student Ann Marie Petrone stands in front of our Diamond DA-42 Twin Star multi-engine aircraft.

Ann Marie Petrone

As the first female Chief Pilot for the Daytona Beach Student Eagles Flight Team, Aeronautical Science major Ann Marie Petrone is breaking barriers at 12,000 feet.

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As the first female Chief Pilot for the Daytona Beach Student Eagles Flight Team, Aeronautical Science major Ann Marie Petrone is breaking barriers at 12,000 feet.
B.S. in Engineering student Marcos Dominguez stands in front of a SpaceX booster.

Marcos Dominguez

As an undergrad at Embry-Riddle, engineering student Marcos Dominguez is already making an impact on the aerospace industry at SpaceX.

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As an undergrad at Embry-Riddle, engineering student Marcos Dominguez is already making an impact on the aerospace industry at SpaceX.
Aeronautics major Jenesis Tucker feels set for success with the opportunities she’s received from the Patti Grace Smith Fellowship. (Photo: Jenesis Tucker)

Jenesis Tucker: Aeronautics

Aeronautics major Jenesis Tucker earned a Patti Grace Smith Fellowship that is helping boost her academic journey with internships and other perks.

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Aeronautics major Jenesis Tucker earned a Patti Grace Smith Fellowship that is helping boost her academic journey with internships and other perks.
Aeronautical Science graduate Sergio Sovero (’16) reflects on his journey from Peru to a seat as Delta’s youngest pilot. (Photo: Sergio Sovero)

Sergio Sovero

Aeronautical Science grad Sergio Sovero describes how family support and an Embry-Riddle degree helped him land on the flight deck.

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Aeronautical Science grad Sergio Sovero describes how family support and an Embry-Riddle degree helped him land on the flight deck.
Double alumna Marisa Aguiar recently earned her Ph.D. in Aviation to go along with her M.S. in Aeronautics.

Marisa Aguiar

Losing her father in a 1994 airliner crash fueled a passion for newly-minted Aviation Safety Ph.D. Marisa Aguiar.

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Losing her father in a 1994 airliner crash fueled a passion for newly-minted Aviation Safety Ph.D. Marisa Aguiar.
Alumnus Chris Welch has resumed his career flying for a major airline as well as growing his business as head of Aviation Cookie Company.

Chris Welch

An MBAA degree helped alumni and airline pilot Chris Welch turn his baking hobby into a successful side business.

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An MBAA degree helped alumni and airline pilot Chris Welch turn his baking hobby into a successful side business.
B.S. in Aerospace Engineering (BSAE) major, Nishi Kelkar (’17,’21) found a great appreciation for ERAU’s flight line and active flight program.

Nishi Kelkar

Aerospace Engineering grad Nishi Kelkar, now at Garmin, has also started a company offering learning resources for STEM students.

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Aerospace Engineering grad Nishi Kelkar, now at Garmin, has also started a company offering learning resources for STEM students.
Double alumnus and graduate student Benjamin Jones Jr. (’18, ’20, ’22)

Benjamin Jones Jr.

For Benjamin Jones Jr., Embry-Riddle has played an integral role in boosting his aviation career.

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For Benjamin Jones Jr., Embry-Riddle has played an integral role in boosting his aviation career.
M.S. in Human Security and Resilience graduate Tiffany Mosher shares her story in her memoir "Beauty Beyond the Threshold"

Tiffany Mosher

M.S. in Human Security and Resilience graduate Tiffany Mosher has written a book about volunteering to help natural disaster recovery efforts.

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M.S. in Human Security and Resilience graduate Tiffany Mosher has written a book about volunteering to help natural disaster recovery efforts.
Sklar leads efforts in advertising, marketing, media relations and more for both museum locations, as well as the storage and conservation facility. (Photo: Marc Sklar)

Marc Sklar

With his MBAA, Marc Sklar has combined his passion for aviation with his love to telling stories.

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With his MBAA, Marc Sklar has combined his passion for aviation with his love to telling stories.
B.S. in Simulation Science, Games and Animation student Paige Cody

Paige Cody

Simulation Science, Games and Animation student Paige Cody returned to her Arizona high school to inspire the next generation of creators.

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Simulation Science, Games and Animation student Paige Cody returned to her Arizona high school to inspire the next generation of creators.
Student Jayde King is the first Gaetz graduate to earn a Ph.D. from Embry-Riddle

Jayde King

Dr. Jaydie King started her Embry-Riddle journey in high school and has now earned her Ph.D. in Human Factors.

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Dr. Jaydie King started her Embry-Riddle journey in high school and has now earned her Ph.D. in Human Factors.
Alan Tomaszycki graduated from our Prescott Campus in 2019 with a double major in Cyber Intelligence and Security and Aeronautics with a helicopter flight minor.
Alumni

Alan Tomaszycki

With more than 155,000 alumni around the world, Embry-Riddle offers a network of incredible contacts within top organizations across the aviation and aerospace indu…

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With more than 155,000 alumni around the world, Embry-Riddle offers a network of incredible contacts within top organizations across the aviation and aerospace industry.
B.S. in Aerospace Engineering student William Baca III, Class of 2023

William Baca III

For William Baca III, the connections he’s made within the Eagle community have made all the difference.

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For William Baca III, the connections he’s made within the Eagle community have made all the difference.
Aerospace Engineering student Wanjiku Chebet Kanjumba ('20, '21)

Wanjiku Kanjumba

With a B.S. and M.S. in Aerospace Engineering, Wanjiku Kanjumba is primed to leave her legacy as an engineer and entrepreneur.

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With a B.S. and M.S. in Aerospace Engineering, Wanjiku Kanjumba is primed to leave her legacy as an engineer and entrepreneur.
M.S. in Human Factors student Ryan Lange

Ryan Lange

A wrong turn on a campus tour helped set Ryan Lange on a path to earn his B.S. and M.S. in Human Factors at Embry-Riddle.

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A wrong turn on a campus tour helped set Ryan Lange on a path to earn his B.S. and M.S. in Human Factors at Embry-Riddle.
M.S. in Human Factors student Nicole Schoenstein

Nicole Schoenstein

M.S. in Human Factors grad Nicole Schoenstein earned her degree from the Worldwide Campus while working at NASA.

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M.S. in Human Factors grad Nicole Schoenstein earned her degree from the Worldwide Campus while working at NASA.
U.S. Air Force veteran and B.S. in Emergency Services alumnus Phil Paddock

Phil Paddock

After a successful military career, Phil Paddock is using his B.S. in Emergency Services to serve his country in a civilian role.

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After a successful military career, Phil Paddock is using his B.S. in Emergency Services to serve his country in a civilian role.
Aerospace Engineering major and Boeing Scholar Brennan Acevedo

Brennan Acevedo

Aerospace Engineering major and Boeing Scholar Brennan Acevedo is turning his talent at math toward a career in STEM.

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Aerospace Engineering major and Boeing Scholar Brennan Acevedo is turning his talent at math toward a career in STEM.
Christian Wood

Christian Wood

B.S. in Aviation Maintenance Science major Christian Wood is turning his passion for working with his hands into a career as an aviation technician.

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B.S. in Aviation Maintenance Science major Christian Wood is turning his passion for working with his hands into a career as an aviation technician.
M.S. in Human Factors alumna Kate Fraser

Kate Fraser

Earning her M.S. in Human Factors degree helped Kate Fraser boost her career as an aviation safety specialist.

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Earning her M.S. in Human Factors degree helped Kate Fraser boost her career as an aviation safety specialist.
B.S. in Business Analytics student Michael Lopez

Michael Lopez

Business Analytics student Michael Lopez was elected treasurer of the first slate of officers to serve the Worldwide Campus SGA.

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Business Analytics student Michael Lopez was elected treasurer of the first slate of officers to serve the Worldwide Campus SGA.
Aeronautics Student Adva Amir ('22) in the cockpit of an aircraft

Adva Amir

Adva Amir is pursuing her Aeronautics degree while she works as a first officer for SkyWest Airlines, a career she has always dreamed about.

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Adva Amir is pursuing her Aeronautics degree while she works as a first officer for SkyWest Airlines, a career she has always dreamed about.
Embry-Riddle freshman Bella Memeo is a pilot, artist and Boeing Scholar.

Bella Memeo

Bella Memeo’s pursuit of an Aeronautical Science degree is getting a boost from the artwork she creates to help her learn.

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Bella Memeo’s pursuit of an Aeronautical Science degree is getting a boost from the artwork she creates to help her learn.
Unmanned Systems student Lucia Karnes began her master’s program while on deployment in Afghanistan in the U.S. Army.  (Photo: Lucia Karnes)

Lucia Karnes

Lucia Karnes earned her bachelor’s and master’s degrees at Embry-Riddle and turned that experience into a job at Boeing Intelligence & Analytics.

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Lucia Karnes earned her bachelor’s and master’s degrees at Embry-Riddle and turned that experience into a job at Boeing Intelligence & Analytics.
Prescott student and Boeing Scholar Zsoee Eisel

Zsoee Eisel

B.S. in Aeronautical Science student Zsoee Eisel says being chosen as a Boeing Scholar will help her reach her goal of becoming an airline pilot.

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B.S. in Aeronautical Science student Zsoee Eisel says being chosen as a Boeing Scholar will help her reach her goal of becoming an airline pilot.
Aeronautical Science student and Boeing Scholar Anna Scott

Anna Scott

B.S. in Aeronautical Science student Anna Scott’s selection as a Boeing Scholar brought her closer to her dream job of flying a Boeing Dreamliner.

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B.S. in Aeronautical Science student Anna Scott’s selection as a Boeing Scholar brought her closer to her dream job of flying a Boeing Dreamliner.
Space Physics Student Erik Lentz

Erik Lentz

Space Physics grad Erik Lentz used his down time during the pandemic to shape the research project he had always dreamed about.

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Space Physics grad Erik Lentz used his down time during the pandemic to shape the research project he had always dreamed about.
Safety Science graduate student Samantha Ramos competing for Miss Arizona title

Samantha Ramos

M.S. in Safety Science student Samantha Ramos wants to set an example for women in the aviation and aerospace industry.

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M.S. in Safety Science student Samantha Ramos wants to set an example for women in the aviation and aerospace industry.
Aerospace Engineering student and Boeing Scholar Recipient Alijah McDonald

Alijah McDonald

Aerospace Engineering major Alijah McDonald’s dream of an engineering career got a boost from the Boeing Scholars program.

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Aerospace Engineering major Alijah McDonald’s dream of an engineering career got a boost from the Boeing Scholars program.
Boeing Scholar and Aeronautical Science major Shaddi Abdala

Shaddi Abdala

Aeronautical Science major Shaddi Abdala earned a spot in the Boeing Scholar program to help her toward her dream of becoming a pilot.

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Aeronautical Science major Shaddi Abdala earned a spot in the Boeing Scholar program to help her toward her dream of becoming a pilot.
Cadet Andrew Wang, Air Force Association (AFA) Outstanding ROTC Cadet of the Year

Andrew Wang

Meteorology major Andrew Wang is also an ROTC star, being named by the Air and Space Forces Association as a top cadet in 2020.

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Meteorology major Andrew Wang is also an ROTC star, being named by the Air and Space Forces Association as a top cadet in 2020.
B.S. in Safety Management student Luis Antigas, Safety Specialist in the U.S. Air Force

Luis Artigas

Safety Management Student Earns Award for Improving Safety at Military Medical Center

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Safety Management Student Earns Award for Improving Safety at Military Medical Center
Aerospace Engineering freshman Maya Benson

Maya Benson

Aerospace Engineering major Maya Benson is actively overcoming a rare blood disorder to pursue her dream of working on space missions.

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Aerospace Engineering major Maya Benson is actively overcoming a rare blood disorder to pursue her dream of working on space missions.
Aeronautics Sophomore Alanah Pluchos

Alanah Pluchos

B.S. in Aeronautics student Alanah Pluchos is earning her degree and training hard to reach her dream of becoming a working pilot.

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B.S. in Aeronautics student Alanah Pluchos is earning her degree and training hard to reach her dream of becoming a working pilot.
B.S. in Engineering student Nathaneal Hill

Nathaneal Hill

Nathaneal Hill went to work at Northrop Grumman after he earned his B.S. in Engineering and is now pursuing his engineering master’s degree.

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Nathaneal Hill went to work at Northrop Grumman after he earned his B.S. in Engineering and is now pursuing his engineering master’s degree.
Jake Barson - Striving Toward a More Sustainable Future in Aviation

Jake Barson

The Journey to Sustainability

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The Journey to Sustainability
Kelcey Kocer ('21) B.S. Unmanned Systems Applications

Kelcey Kocer

Unmanned Systems Applications graduate Kelcey Kocer is putting her degree to work in a new job at Tesla.

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Unmanned Systems Applications graduate Kelcey Kocer is putting her degree to work in a new job at Tesla.
A Worldwide Business Degree: A Smart Investment with Immeasurable Returns

Business Degrees at Worldwide

An Embry-Riddle business degree prepares graduates to assume leadership roles in a wide range of global industries.

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An Embry-Riddle business degree prepares graduates to assume leadership roles in a wide range of global industries.
Embry-Riddle student Malik Moville holding a model of the human brain in his hands

Malik Moville

Imagine hunting for cures to brain disorders — in space.

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Imagine hunting for cures to brain disorders — in space.
Students from Embry-Riddle's Rocket Team preparing to test their rocket at the Prescott Campus. (Photo: Embry-Riddle / Connor McShane)

Bryce Smoldon

Aerospace Engineering major Bryce Smoldon helped lead a student team that develops and tests rockets.

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Aerospace Engineering major Bryce Smoldon helped lead a student team that develops and tests rockets.
Electrical Engineering alumna Chloeleen Mena ('20) worked on the Mars Helicopter Project with NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory. (Photo: Chloeleen Mena)

Chloeleen Mena

Electrical Engineering major Chloeleen Mena worked on the Mars Helicopter during an internship at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory.

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Electrical Engineering major Chloeleen Mena worked on the Mars Helicopter during an internship at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory.
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