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First established in 1996, the AIAA student branch at Sydney University was the first for Australian waters. Devoted entirely to Aeronautical and Space Aeronautical studies, the AIAA branch is one of two International Aeronautical and Aerospace organisations. Any students studying within the aero and aerospace fields are highly recommended to join this branch.
This year sees a new administrative team, made up of young fresh second year students who are ready to fly your first year uni experiences to the stars. You can expect not only the casual relaxed lunches watching latest clips of Air Crash Investigations, but chances to meet some aero and aerospace specialists as they discuss their research, job and other experiences they've encountered in these fields. Trips to local and (maybe) military tarmacs, design build fly contests, national and international conferences are also high priorities.
If you are an aero or aerospace student don't hesitate to come down to the AIAA student branch office, located in the Aeronautical Engineering building. Not only is there a diligent administrative team, but there are countless publications of aero and aerospace magazines and aircraft specifications available for viewing. So come stop by our O'Week stall and office and say hello, ask questions and be ready for a great first year. First established in 1996, the AIAA student branch at Sydney University was the first for Australian waters.  Devoted entirely to Aeronautical and Space Aeronautical studies, the AIAA branch is one of two International Aeronautical and Aerospace organisations.  Any students studying within the aero and aerospace fields are highly recommended to join this branch.

This year sees a new administrative team, made up of young fresh second year students who are ready to fly your first year uni experiences to the stars.  You can expect not only the casual relaxed lunches watching latest clips of Air Crash Investigations, but chances to meet some aero and aerospace specialists as they discuss their research, jobs and other experiences they’ve encountered in these fields.  Trips to local and (maybe) military tarmacs, design build fly contests, national and international conferences are also high priorities.
If you are an aero or aerospace student don’t hesitate to come down to the AIAA student branch office, located in the Aeronautical Engineering building.  Not only is there a diligent administrative team, but there are countless publications of aero and aerospace magazines and aircraft specifications available for viewing.  So come stop by our O-Week stall and office and say hello, ask questions and be ready for a great first year.

 

- Kate Monkely AIAA student branch administrator