Wanjiku Chebet Kanjumba (’20, ’21) has a simple goal in life: She wants to write her name “in the sands of time.”
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.
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 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 is one of few that have a set plan in life.
Christian “Woody” Wood feels most in his element when he’s inspecting an aircraft or rebuilding a jet engine.
Michael Lopez is fascinated by the promise of collecting, analyzing and using data to make better business decisions.
Worldwide student Adva Amir recently flew her first flight with passengers after a yearlong hold on her training due to COVID-19.
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…
Lucia Karnes Advances her Education in Unmanned Systems at Embry-Riddle Worldwide.
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…
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…
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…
Prescott graduate student Samantha Ramos hopes to advance aviation and aerospace safety – and inspire other young women to pursue their passion.
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.
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…
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…
Safety Management Student Earns Award for Improving Safety at Military Medical Center
Being an engineer was never the plan for Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University freshman Maya Benson.
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…
Recent Grad, Nina Egbalic, scored a great job out of college. Learn how Embry-Riddle can open doors for you too.