AIAA GHS Awards Dinner

When:  May 22, 2022 from 17:00 to 20:00 (CT)
Associated with  Greater Huntsville Section


Join the AIAA Greater Huntsville Section for our first in-person awards dinner since 2019!  The event will take place at Huntsville Botanical Garden (HBG) Carriage House from 5 PM to 8 PM on Sunday, May 22nd, 2022.  Award recipients from 2020, 2021, and 2022 will be recognized.  Admission to HBG is included with purchase of an event ticket, so you are welcome to come early and enjoy the gardens.  Dinner from Mason Dixon catering will be served at 6 PM.  Our guest speaker is retired Brigadier General and former NASA astronaut Robert Stewart.

Tickets for the event must be purchased prior to May 14th at 11:59 PM.  Tickets can be purchased at the PayPal link. Pricing is below.

Until May 10th: $50 for professional member/guest and $35 for student member

Between May 11-14th: $55 for professional member/guest and $40 for student member

Non-member price is always $55.


Sponsorships are available at the following levels:

Bronze $250 (2 tickets to dinner)

Silver $500 (4 tickets to dinner)

Gold $1000 (8 tickets to dinner)


About our speaker:

General Stewart received a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics from the University of Southern Mississippi in 1964 and a Master of Science degree in Aerospace Engineering from the University of Texas at Arlington in 1972. He has military and civilian experience in some 40 types of airplanes and helicopters, including over 1200 hours of jet time, 1015 combat fight hours, and logged over 6,000 hours total fight time. He was a member of the Challenger (Feb, 1984) and the Atlantis (Oct. 1985) astronaut teams before being promoted to Brigadier General in 1986. He served as Deputy Commanding General, US Army Strategic Defense Command, in Huntsville, Al. In this capacity General Stewart managed research efforts in developing ballistic missile defense technology. In 1989, he was reassigned as the Director of Plans, US Space Command, Colorado Springs, CO. General Stewart retired from the Army in 1992 and currently makes his home in Huntsville, AL.