National Aviation Day is Aug. 19, and Daytona Beach International Airport is celebrating by launching its first ever Kids’ Paper Airplane Challenge.
The overall economic impacts of premier aviation and aerospace institution Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Florida and Arizona now surpasses $2.3 billion – up 44% since 2016, the independent Washington Economics Group (WEG) has reported.
University of Central Florida researchers have developed a new type of laser beam that doesn’t follow long-held principles about how light refracts and travels.
To better understand the behavior of multiple sea turtle species along Florida’s Space Coast, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University has teamed up with aviation leader Northrop Grumman and the Brevard Zoo to launch a drone-based surveillance effort.
The National Weather Service Melbourne’s SKYWARN class is your opportunity to become an amateur weather expert!
A student’s research on how to use topology data to improve the lunar landing of a spacecraft has earned him a first place award from the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA). Aerospace engineering student Brennan McCann took first place in AIAA’s master’s category in the 2020 Regional Student Conference.
The University of Central Florida is launching more than two dozen new degree programs, tracks and certificates this fall – most designed for online delivery – that target high demand fields ranging from business and engineering to optics and health.
The Professional and Corporate Education (PaCE) program at Stetson University is responding to corporate personnel training needs during the COVID-19 pandemic by offering 21 online professional development courses at the end of May.
UCF’s Cybersecurity Team Places 2nd in Largest National Competition of its Kind
Florida Technical College (FTC) announced it has created a Healthcare Heroes Scholarship—a scholarship dedicated to eligible students enrolling in any of its Allied Health programs. The scholarship is available to all FTC campuses throughout the state.