Aviation Maintenance Science major and Boeing Scholar, Luke Boardman

Luke Boardman

What’s better than attending your dream school? For Luke Boardman, it was also earning an exclusive scholarship from one of the world’s premier aerospace companies.

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What’s better than attending your dream school? For Luke Boardman, it was also earning an exclusive scholarship from one of the world’s premier aerospace companies.
Systems Engineering student Lauren Maples in the NASA Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory in Houston, Texas.

Lauren Maples

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 down barriers 12,000 feet in…

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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 down barriers 12,000 feet in the air.
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

As a recipient of the 2021 Patti Grace Smith Fellowship, Aeronautics student Jenesis Tucker interned as a flight test engineer at Joby Aviation this summer.

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As a recipient of the 2021 Patti Grace Smith Fellowship, Aeronautics student Jenesis Tucker interned as a flight test engineer at Joby Aviation this summer.
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

A strong family support system was the key to career success for alumnus Sergio Sovero.

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A strong family support system was the key to career success for alumnus Sergio Sovero.
Double alumna Marisa Aguiar recently earned her Ph.D. in Aviation to go along with her M.S. in Aeronautics.

Marisa Aguiar

This Eagle’s dedication to aviation safety has a deeply personal history.

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This Eagle’s dedication to aviation safety has a deeply personal history.
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 Embry-Riddle degree helped this aspiring entrepreneur launch a second career.

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An Embry-Riddle degree helped this aspiring entrepreneur launch a second career.
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

In addition to her role as an Integration Lead at Collins Aerospace, alumna Nishi Kelkar recently started her own company to provide critical learning resources for…

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In addition to her role as an Integration Lead at Collins Aerospace, alumna Nishi Kelkar recently started her own company to provide critical learning resources for 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

For Worldwide graduate Tiffany Mosher (’20), volunteering for natural disaster response efforts helped improve her mental health. She shares her story in her memoir “Beauty…

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For Worldwide graduate Tiffany Mosher (’20), volunteering for natural disaster response efforts helped improve her mental health. She shares her story in her memoir “Beauty Beyond the Threshold.”
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

An aviation and space geek, Marc Sklar always wanted to tell stories about what he loves most – things that fly.

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An aviation and space geek, Marc Sklar always wanted to tell stories about what he loves most – things that fly.
Graduates standing on stacked books holding a diploma

College of Business Graduate Learning

Whether you’re still exploring your academic goals or are ready to dive right into your master’s degree, the university’s first-ever stackable programs and new certificates…

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Whether you’re still exploring your academic goals or are ready to dive right into your master’s degree, the university’s first-ever stackable programs and new certificates offered through the Worldwide Campus allow you to design an educational path tailored to your unique interests.
B.S. in Simulation Science, Games and Animation student Paige Cody

Paige Cody

Prescott student Paige Cody visited her alma mater to inspire the next generation of innovators.

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Prescott student Paige Cody visited her alma mater to inspire the next generation of innovators.
Student Jayde King is the first Gaetz graduate to earn a Ph.D. from Embry-Riddle

Jayde King

Triple alumna Jayde King is paving the way for women of color in the Human Factors discipline.

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Triple alumna Jayde King is paving the way for women of color in the Human Factors discipline.
Prescott Aviation Business Administration alumna Sarah Graber (’20) landed an internship with The Boeing Company the summer before her senior year.

Sarah Graber

Embry-Riddle helped Sarah Graber prepare for an internship with The Boeing Company, where she was offered a full-time position after graduation.

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Embry-Riddle helped Sarah Graber prepare for an internship with The Boeing Company, where she was offered a full-time position after graduation.
Alumnus Peter Stodolski graduated from Embry-Riddle in 2018 with his an associate’s degree in Aviation Maintenance Science and will graduate with his bachelor’s degree in 2021.

Peter Stodolski

Alumnus Peter Stodolski shares how his Embry-Riddle degree helped shape his future.

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Alumnus Peter Stodolski shares how his Embry-Riddle degree helped shape his future.
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.

Alan Tomaszycki

With more than 140,000 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 140,000 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

Wanjiku Chebet Kanjumba (’20, ’21) has a simple goal in life: She wants to write her name “in the sands of time.”

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Wanjiku Chebet Kanjumba (’20, ’21) has a simple goal in life: She wants to write her name “in the sands of time.”
M.S. in Human Factors student Ryan Lange

Ryan Lange

Support from his family and the Eagle community helped Ryan Lange set a course for success – and lay the foundation for first-generation students to come.

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Support from his family and the Eagle community helped Ryan Lange set a course for success – and lay the foundation for first-generation students to come.
M.S. in Human Factors student Nicole Schoenstein

Nicole Schoenstein

Nicole Schoenstein completed the M.S. in Human Factors after landing her job at NASA Johnson Space Center as a Human Factors Engineer.

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Nicole Schoenstein completed the M.S. in Human Factors after landing her job at NASA Johnson Space Center as a Human Factors Engineer.
U.S. Air Force veteran and B.S. in Emergency Services alumnus Phil Paddock

Phil Paddock

U.S. Air Force veteran Phil Paddock has always felt compelled to serve his country. Now, he’s used his education to find a new way to serve – just not in uniform.

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U.S. Air Force veteran Phil Paddock has always felt compelled to serve his country. Now, he’s used his education to find a new way to serve – just not in uniform.
Aerospace Engineering major and Boeing Scholar Brennan Acevedo

Brennan Acevedo

Aerospace Engineering major and Boeing Scholar Brennan Acevedo is one of few that have a set plan in life.

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Aerospace Engineering major and Boeing Scholar Brennan Acevedo is one of few that have a set plan in life.
Christian Wood

Christian Wood

Christian “Woody” Wood feels most in his element when he’s inspecting an aircraft or rebuilding a jet engine.

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Christian “Woody” Wood feels most in his element when he’s inspecting an aircraft or rebuilding a jet engine.
M.S. in Human Factors alumna Kate Fraser

Kate Fraser

Human Factors Alumna Helps Advance the Safety of the Aviation Industry

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Human Factors Alumna Helps Advance the Safety of the Aviation Industry
B.S. in Business Analytics student Michael Lopez

Michael Lopez

Michael Lopez is fascinated by the promise of collecting, analyzing and using data to make better business decisions.

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Michael Lopez is fascinated by the promise of collecting, analyzing and using data to make better business decisions.
Aeronautics Student Adva Amir ('22) in the cockpit of an aircraft

Adva Amir

Worldwide student Adva Amir recently flew her first flight with passengers after a yearlong hold on her training due to COVID-19.

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Worldwide student Adva Amir recently flew her first flight with passengers after a yearlong hold on her training due to COVID-19.
Embry-Riddle freshman Bella Memeo is a pilot, artist and Boeing Scholar.

Bella Memeo

Bella Memeo reinforces lessons learned in classes and the flight deck by illustrating new concepts in her notebooks, then reviewing the visuals to make abstract concepts…

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Bella Memeo reinforces lessons learned in classes and the flight deck by illustrating new concepts in her notebooks, then reviewing the visuals to make abstract concepts come to life.
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 Advances her Education in Unmanned Systems at Embry-Riddle Worldwide.

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Lucia Karnes Advances her Education in Unmanned Systems at Embry-Riddle Worldwide.
Prescott student and Boeing Scholar Zsoee Eisel

Zsoee Eisel

Prescott student and Boeing Scholar Zsoee Eisel (‘21) was introduced to aviation early, having spent much of her childhood flying around the world with her mother, a…

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Prescott student and Boeing Scholar Zsoee Eisel (‘21) was introduced to aviation early, having spent much of her childhood flying around the world with her mother, a flight attendant for Delta Air Lines. She knew she wanted to continue traveling when she grew up – only she would be the one flying the plane.
Aeronautical Science student and Boeing Scholar Anna Scott

Anna Scott

For Prescott Campus student Anna Scott, her first takeoff at the controls of a Cessna 172 pretty much charted her future course. That moment “changed everything” and…

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For Prescott Campus student Anna Scott, her first takeoff at the controls of a Cessna 172 pretty much charted her future course. That moment “changed everything” and put her on a path to a career in the air.
Space Physics Student Erik Lentz

Erik Lentz

For many, the pandemic presented an opportunity to take up hobbies and interests both old and new. For Space Physics alumnus Dr. Erik Lentz, it was the perfect time to…

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For many, the pandemic presented an opportunity to take up hobbies and interests both old and new. For Space Physics alumnus Dr. Erik Lentz, it was the perfect time to pursue his dream research project.
Safety Science graduate student Samantha Ramos competing for Miss Arizona title

Samantha Ramos

Prescott graduate student Samantha Ramos hopes to advance aviation and aerospace safety – and inspire other young women to pursue their passion.

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Prescott graduate student Samantha Ramos hopes to advance aviation and aerospace safety – and inspire other young women to pursue their passion.
The Prescott Campus Flight Line with Granite Mountain in the background

2021 Air Race Classic

This year’s Air Race Classic may look a little different, but two teams of dedicated female aviators at the Prescott Campus are ready to rise to the challenge.

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This year’s Air Race Classic may look a little different, but two teams of dedicated female aviators at the Prescott Campus are ready to rise to the challenge.
Aerospace Engineering student and Boeing Scholar Recipient Alijah McDonald

Alijah McDonald

Legos first inspired Alijah McDonald’s dream of a career in engineering. From Myrtle Beach to Daytona Beach, he is turning that dream into reality and engineering his…

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Legos first inspired Alijah McDonald’s dream of a career in engineering. From Myrtle Beach to Daytona Beach, he is turning that dream into reality and engineering his future.
Boeing Scholar and Aeronautical Science major Shaddi Abdala

Shaddi Abdala

Daytona Beach student Shaddi Abdala recalls boarding a plane for the first time when her family moved from Colombia to the United States. Now, this aspiring female aviator…

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Daytona Beach student Shaddi Abdala recalls boarding a plane for the first time when her family moved from Colombia to the United States. Now, this aspiring female aviator is finding her own seat in the cockpit.
Cadet Andrew Wang, Air Force Association (AFA) Outstanding ROTC Cadet of the Year

Andrew Wang

Military Stand-Out Finds Home at Embry-Riddle

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Military Stand-Out Finds Home at Embry-Riddle
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

Being an engineer was never the plan for Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University freshman Maya Benson.

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Being an engineer was never the plan for Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University freshman Maya Benson.
Aeronautics Sophomore Alanah Pluchos

Alanah Pluchos

Pursuit of a Pilot's Dream

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Pursuit of a Pilot's Dream
B.S. in Engineering student Nathaneal Hill

Nathaneal Hill

Engineering a Unique Educational Journey

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Engineering a Unique Educational Journey
Jake Barson - Striving Toward a More Sustainable Future in Aviation

Jake Barson

The Journey to Sustainability

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The Journey to Sustainability
Embry-Riddle Student Michaela Adams

Michaela Adams

High School Computer Coder Turned Cyber Warrior

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High School Computer Coder Turned Cyber Warrior
Kelcey Kocer ('21) B.S. Unmanned Systems Applications

Kelcey Kocer

Juggling Work and School with Being a Parent

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Juggling Work and School with Being a Parent
Student Haleema Irfan

Haleema Irfan

Discovering the Impact of Space Flight on the Human Body

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Discovering the Impact of Space Flight on the Human Body
Student Noemi Miguelez in a laboratory at Embry-Riddle

Leading Edge

When we say award-winning, we mean it. Embry-Riddle’s undergraduate Aerospace Engineering programs have been ranked No. 1 by U.S. News & World Report for 20 years, and…

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When we say award-winning, we mean it. Embry-Riddle’s undergraduate Aerospace Engineering programs have been ranked No. 1 by U.S. News & World Report for 20 years, and our Worldwide Campus was recently named No. 1 in the nation for Best Online Bachelor’s Degree Programs and Best Online Bachelor’s Degree Programs for Veterans.
A Worldwide Business Degree: A Smart Investment with Immeasurable Returns

Business Degrees at Worldwide

A Smart Investment with Immeasurable Returns

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A Smart Investment with Immeasurable Returns
Embrry-Riddle student Nina Egbalic

Nina Egbalic

Recent Grad, Nina Egbalic, scored a great job out of college. Learn how Embry-Riddle can open doors for you too.

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Recent Grad, Nina Egbalic, scored a great job out of college. Learn how Embry-Riddle can open doors for you too.
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.
Embry-Riddle student Victoria West

Victoria West

Student Gains Life Lessons During Textron Internship

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Student Gains Life Lessons During Textron Internship
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