Shaping the Future of STEM

When children think of becoming athletes they think of glory, sponsorships, and fame. When they think of STEM – science, technology, engineering, and mathematics — they envision difficult equations, confusing lectures, and endless study sessions,  More »

Student Team RIPS a Tool for Aerospace

Four college students with this year’s Research in Industrial Projects for Students, or RIPS, spent their summer working with Aerospace mentors, breaking scientific ground, and creating a new tool for company engineers.  More »

Aerospace Employee Appointed to Virginia Cyber Security Commission

Jandria Alexander joins a group of security experts who will serve in an advisory role to establish the state as a leader in cyber security, ultimately creating additional high-quality jobs within the commonwealth.  More »

The Aerospace Corporation Awards Ten Winners at Annual STEM Competition and Ranked as Top STEM Workplace

The Aerospace Corporation celebrated Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics by hosting the 37th annual Robert H. Herndon Memorial Science Competition.  More »

Aerospace Mentored Team Wins Cyber Defense National Championship

A high school team mentored by three Aerospace engineers won the top prize in the sixth season of the National Youth Cyber Defense Competition.  More »

Dr. Wanda Austin Participates in History Makers Back-to-School Event

El Segundo, Calif. (Sept. 30, 2013) – Dr. Wanda Austin, president and CEO of The Aerospace Corporation, met with a classroom of fifth graders as part of the History Makers fourth annual day of service program on Friday, Sept. 27. Austin visited the Knowledge is Power Program Scholar Academy in Los Angeles to discuss her […]  More »

Austin Urges Fifth Graders to Study Hard and Go to College

Dr. Wanda Austin spent a morning in Los Angeles with fifth-grade students during the History Makers back-to-school event.  More »

The Aerospace Corporation Ranked High as STEM Workplace

The Aerospace Corporation is ranked 15th on Woman Engineer Magazine’s Top 50 Employers list and was selected in Winds of Change Magazine’s Top 50 Best Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) Workplaces list.
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Young Scientists Show Their Work at Herndon Science Competition

Middle and high school students displayed their scientific prowess with both experiments and essays on a variety of topics as part of Aerospace’s 36th annual Robert H. Herndon Memorial Science Competition.  More »

Stepping into STEM History

Individual Aerospace employees have long been involved in mentoring activities for students with an inclination toward science, but most coordinated efforts to increase student interest in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) trace their origins to two events in 2006. On Jan. 31 of that year, President George W. Bush announced the American Competitiveness Initiative […]  More »

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