AIAA UW is hosting another Technical Dinner with the PNW AIAA Section.
Date: Wednesday May 8th
Location: Guggenheim 220
Attire: Business Casual
Here’s a short intro:
The next PNW AIAA Section technical dinner takes off on a new trajectory: can we predict the future? Major events? The types of events the CIA and Homeland Security would like to predict? Even in our own working lives, we’re asked to predict the future in one way or another every day. Are there better ways to do it?
For more details about the event and the speaker:
If you plan to attend this event you must RSVP by Sunday, May 5. Pizza will be served at this event. The link for the RSVP is below:
The AIAA is hosting a mentoring event for freshmen and sophomores interested in engineering and the Aero & Astro Dept.
Date:UPDATED: Monday, Mar. 4, 2013
The matching event will be held in a “speed-dating” format. A mentor (juniors and seniors of the A&A Dept) ”cheat-sheet” will be distributed to the students (pre-engineering, freshmen, sophomores, etc.) attending this event. This cheat-sheet will list all the mentors at the at the event, including a picture with a short personal introduction. Students will have the opportunity to talk and mingle with all of the mentors. At the end of the event, the students attending will choose the persons they feel would be the best match for them as a mentor. Once a student-mentor pair has been assigned, it is up to you (the pair) to decide how often to meet. Many of the students who have had mentors have found it very valuable and helpful.
~There will be pizza!
If you want to be a mentor, complete the Mentor Bio Form (link below):
If there are any questions, about this event please send an email to (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The AIAA is planning a ski trip up to Snoqualmie Pass in a couple weeks! Please RSVP (link at bottom) to attend this event. RSVP DEADLINE: Wednesday, February 20th
Date:Saturday, Feb 23, 2013
Location: STEVENS PASS
Cost: Pay for your own lift ticket
Transportation: The AIAA is not organizing the transportation for this event, however, we will help facilitate carpools, so that people who do not have transportation can still participate.
On the RSVP form (LINK BELOW), you will be asked to indicate whether you are driving yourself, leading a carpool, or need a carpool.
If you are leading a carpool: Your name and contact information will be compiled in a list and emailed to the people who still need transportation. Splitting gas money/other compensation shall be determined by the carpool leaders. As seats fill up, you should email (email@example.com) to update the number of seats available (carpools available list will be updated daily).
If you need to find a carpool: A Google Doc/Spreadsheet will be emailed to you listing the available carpools (This list will be updated daily). It is your own responsibility to contact the people who have kindly offered to carpool. Once you have found a carpool, you will need to email (firstname.lastname@example.org) and I will take you off the list.
We will also be hosting a BBQ Lunch up at the Pass.
More details on the BBQ will be posted soon.
LINK TO RSVP FORM: (DEADLINE: Wednesday, February 20th)http://goo.gl/QhKHi
The AIAA UW will be hosting a career networking night.
Date: Jan. 30, 2013
Location: Guggenheim Hall
The first portion of the event will be a 10 to 15 minute presentation by each representative about the company in general and explaining what kind of jobs and experiences could be expected from a career with the company. Following the presentations, the representatives and student attendees will be invited to a mixer where refreshments will be served and students will have the opportunity to approach the companies that interest them.
The attire for this event is business casual (slacks or skirts and dress shirts).
Alcoholic beverages (as well as non-alcoholic ones!) will be served at the Mixer (following company presentations). So if you wish to partake, please remember to bring proper ID.
Please respond to the RSVP (link below) if you are planning to attend.
Link: RSVP Career Networking Night
The Pacific Northwest Section AIAA will be hosting a Technical Dinner @ Guggenheim Hall.
Date: Jan. 29th 2013
-Mike Carriker, Chief Pilot, Product Development, will present highlights of the 787-8 flight test program, including flight test videos of significant tests.
Pizza will be provided at this event.
Attire: Business Casual
More Information can be found here:
IN ORDER TO ATTEND:
You must respond to the following RSVP form. Please respond by the afternoon of Wednesday, Jan 23.
Link: Tech. Dinner RSVP Form
Alright aviators and astronauts,
It’s time to start the quarter off right before we get too busy doing what we do… with a party!!!! We will be having an officially sanctioned party! We will be serving alcohol. With that being said, you MUST BRING some form of ID, or we can’t let you in.
So get ready to relax and play some party games while bonding with your beloved peers! We hope to see everyone there!
Location: Guggenheim Hall, Room 218
Date: Friday, January 9th, 2013
Any updates and information regarding events hosted by the AIAA UW will be posted here. Please also visit our calendar page for more information.