Cornell AIAA Newsletter

Week of March 3, 2014

Table of Contents

  1. TODAY: Recruiting Event with Phillips 66
  2. XCOR Aerospace Recruiting
  3. MOOG Information Session
  4. Wind/Energy/Aero Expo
  5. Region 1 Student Conference
  6. Slides from Jeremy Blum Lecture
  7. AIAA Open Board Meetings
  8. Publicize with Cornell AIAA
  9. Unsubscribe From AIAA Newsletter

1. Phillips 66 Recruiting Event

Monday, March 3rd, 6pm

Olin 155

Phillips 66 is a growing energy manufacturing and logistics company that is the only integrated downstream company to combine leading midstream, chemicals, refining, and marketing and specialties businesses. They are hosting an information session for Electrical, Mechanical, Chemical, and Civil Engineering Intern Positions TODAY, March 3rd, 2014.

2. XCOR Aerospace is Recruiting

Cornell AIAA and ASME are hosting a lunch with recruiter Steven Wood from XCOR Aerospace on March 24th. XCOR is a developer of rocket-propelled vehicles, rocket propulsion systems, and propulsion components. Free pizza will be provided.


Date: March 24th

Location: TBA

3. MOOG Information Session

Moog Inc. is hosting an information session here at Cornell on March 11th. As a leader in motion control technology, Moog offers specialized products in various industries including aviation, automotive, medical, as well as many more. Come learn what it like to work in this constantly evolving industry, as well as explore the various career options available at Moog.


Date: March 11

Location: TBA

4. Wind/Aero/Energy Expo

Come join us for the Wind/Aero/Energy Expo that will take place at the end of March! This expo is a chance to teach Ithaca area students, from elementary to high school, more about engineering and alternative energy. Final date and location are to be determined.

5. AIAA Region 1 Student Paper Conference

The American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Region 1 Student Paper Conference this year will be hosted at Cornell University on April 25-26. Stop by to see presentations from project teams and research groups from universities around the region, as well as lectures given by members of the aerospace industry. More details are to be announced in the upcoming weeks.

6. Slides from Jeremy Blum Lecture

Were you unable to attend the lecture given by Jeremy Blum '12 on hardware entrepreneurship? Are you interested in learning about a Cornell graduate's experience in the field as well as his experience working for Google? If so, check out the slides from last week's presentation in the link below.

7. Cornell AIAA Open Board Meetings

Join us for our Open Board Meetings! Get involved –we want to hear your input and ideas!



Dates: Every Thursday, 4:30pm – 5:00pm

Location: Upson Hall, Room 109

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