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Aerospace Engineering Announces 2014 AEROS Scholars

Aerospace Engineering Announces 2014 AEROS Scholars

The Department of Aerospace Engineering has named seven students as 2014 Aerospace Engineering Research Opportunity Scholars (AEROS). The AEROS program provides funding support for motivated undergraduate students interested in spending the summer between their junior and senior year working closely with faculty on scholarly research projects. 

2014 AEROS awardees are:

Wiam Attar

Brian Free

Mateusz Gabryszuk

Aaron Lash

Eltzafan Mark

Andrew Mills

Lauren Trollinger

The AEROS program aims to expand the mission of the John Anderson Scholarship and aims to engage students in research and scholarship and facilitates student and faculty interaction. As part of the program, students and research advisors will be invited to participate in events designed to foster a support network as the Scholars engage in their research projects.  At the end of the summer, students are expected to give a brief presentation highlighting their summer research accomplishments and future goals.

For more information on AEROS and how to apply, visit the AEROS webpage.

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May 5, 2014

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