The 2014 Centennial will be a remarkable turning point and a unique opportunity to celebrate the many accomplishments that have enabled the Aerospace Engineering Department to be one of the best programs of its kind among major universities. In addition, the Centennial Celebration itself, scheduled for the weekend of September 18 - 19, 2014, will provide an opportunity to discuss the future of Aerospace Engineering education and develop research and curriculum goals for the next century. Please explore our Aero100 website to recall our rich history of education and research, and celebrate our vision for the future.
After 100 years, we’re amazed by all the different things that our alumni do with their Aero degrees after they graduate. Do YOU have an “I never thought I’d use that!” story? Leave a Legacy, Tell Your Story. Read more...
Auhll-Aero Centennial Challenge
To help celebrate Aerospace Engineering’s Centennial Anniversary, Richard Auhll (B.S.E. 1963), founder of the Circon Corporation, has generously offered to match up to $100,000 in gifts to the department for endowed student support.
After 100 years, we’re amazed by all the different things that our alumni do with their Aero degrees after they graduate. Do you have an “I never thought I’d use that!” story? Leave a legacy with your story.
Aerospace Engineering at the University of Michigan has, since its inception, been recognized as one of the leading members of the academic component of the aerospace enterprise. Throughout its nearly 100-year history, the Department’s entire educational and research activities have been organized around advancing and teaching the essential elements of the aerospace enterprise…