2022 Archives

A Few Pictures From the Section's Past

October 2022

Our October professional lecture at South Huntsville Public Library featured Dr. Colin Tucker, Director of Technology Development for Aerojet Rocketdyne's Defense Business Unit's Advanced Programs Sector. Dr. Tucker gave a talk entitled "Perspectives in U.S. Hypersonics Activities."

September 2022

Astronomy on Tap and AIAA Greater Huntsville Section collaborated on a lecture at Innerspace Brewing on Wednesday, September 28th

September 2022

Congratulations to the high-flying winners of our Aerospace/Aviation Buzzword challenge, a 50-question online game that covered aerospace and aviation topics in history, pop culture, science and technology, current events, literature, fine arts, and geography.

August 2022

AIAA Greater Huntsville Section once again hosted a booth at the annual Space and Missile Defense Symposium in Huntsville

July 2022

Nine members of the AIAA Greater Huntsville Section toured the Southern Museum of Flight

July 2022

AIAA Greater Huntsville Section hosted a professional lecture on neutral buoyancy testing in human spaceflight

June 2022

AIAA members from Greater Huntsville (GH) and Rocky Mountain (RM) Sections spoke to the Aerospace States Association’s (ASA) summer interns about careers in Aerospace

May 2022

The recipient of the 2022 Robert L. Sackheim Engineering, Science, & Math Scholarship is Charles Smith. The $1000 scholarship is given in memory of Bob Sackheim

May 2022

The AIAA Greater Huntsville Section hosted an awards dinner honoring three years of awardees on May 22nd, 2022 at Huntsville Botanical Garden

May 2022

The AIAA GHS section’s May professional lecture featured Challenger Learning Center, a nonprofit focused on STEM education

March 2022

This spring the AIAA Greater Huntsville Section (GHS) hosted its first-ever academic quiz bowl tournament for Alabama schools

March 2022

AIAA Greater Huntsville Section hosted Janice Houston, the former lead systems engineer for IXPE

March 2022

Section members participated in the institute’s annual Congressional Visits meetings

February 2022

AIAA GHS invited professional members, children of members, and students sponsored by our educator associates to submit aerospace themed Valentine’s Day cards

February 2022

Dr. Brian Odom, the acting NASA chief historian, spoke to AIAA GHS

January 2022

AIAA GHS hosted a panel discussion on accessibility in human spaceflight with the nonprofit AstroAccess