LGO students on Domestic Plant Trek at Caterpillar
Virtually every AeroAstro student gains experience in the department’s renowned Wright Brothers Wind Tunnel, employing its unique abilities as a research tool for such classes as Unified Engineering, Aerodynamics, Experimental Projects, and Flight Vehicle
Jen Pinson ’98 (right, bottom), UPOP mentor-instructor, with her IAP team January 2012.
Gordon Engineering Leaders (GELs) work in teams during weekly Engineering Leadership Labs (ELLs) to develop the Capabilities of Effective Engineering Leaders.
Jaume Plensa’s Alchemist sits across from MIT's main entrance at 77 Mass. Ave. Comprised of mathematical symbols and equations, this modern-day alchemist symbolizes the need to internalize and integrate knowledge to address today’s complex challenges.
Alumni astronaut Greg Chamitoff (AeroAstro, PhD ’82) aboard the International Space Station with three of the AeroAstro Space Systems Lab’s SPHERE microsatellites.