Corporate partners are essential to the vibrant culture of the A. James Clark School of Engineering, and specifically the Department of Aerospace Engineering. The world’s most prominent aerospace companies invest in our top-ranked programs to elevate their brand, build their talent pipeline, solve unique challenges in the industry, and demonstrate a commitment to the University of Maryland community.
Key opportunities are listed below. Please contact Anna Lee, Senior Director, Corporate and Foundation Relations, to learn more about how we can customize a partnership to meet your goals.
Collaborate with our Faculty
Aerospace engineeing faculty members are experts in a broad array of pressing research areas who collaborate extensively with colleagues in industry, government, and academia. The department is also home to world-class research institutes and centers, including the Alfred Gessow Rotorcraft Center, the Space Systems Laboratory's Neutral Bouyancy Research Facility, the High-Speed Aerodynamics and Propulsion Laboratory (HAPL), and the Glenn L. Martin Wind Tunnel.Meet Our FacultyExplore our Institutes, Centers, and Labs
Hire a Student
The Engineering Career Services Office assists employers in filling co-op, internship, summer or part-time positions with talented engineering students. Together with the University Career Center, they also assist employers in finding candidates for full-time, permanent employment.Learn More
Attend Industry Events
Through sponsored lectures such as the Lockheed Martin Sikorsky Colloquium Series, industry-related conferences, and career fairs, the Department of Aerospace Engineering forges links between business and government organizations and our students, faculty, and alumni.Explore our Events
Support the Department
Companies can achieve additional brand visibility, access to students and faculty, and exclusive updates about the department’s activities through philanthropic partnership. Opportunities include support for scholarships, student teams and competitions, student projects, classroom activities, and research initiatives. Each partnership is structured to meet a company’s specific goals.EXPLORE WAYS TO GIVE
Department of Aerospace Engineering
Reflects gifts of $2,000 and above received between 7/1/2020-6/30/2021.