Parks College News
SLU’s ASCE Chapter competed in the Mid-Continent Conference at the University of Kansas.
Saint Louis University’s program in aviation added two brand new aircraft to its fleet. The new planes are Cirrus SR20 aircraft.
Morgan Elliott, 2015 graduate of the biomedical engineering program, received the prestigious NSF Graduate Research Fellowship.
Parks College of Engineering, Aviation and Technology celebrated its 2015 “Wings Ceremony” on Friday, May 15 at Saint Louis University’s Chaifetz Arena. George Brill, Parks alumnus, and founder and CEO of Talisen Technologies, gave an inspiring address. Gene Kranz, Parks alumnus, and former NASA Flight Director, was also honored with a special Parks College Ambassador Award. Seven students were recognized as Grand Challenges Scholars; and Morgan Elliott was selected as the recipient of the Oliver L. Parks Award.
On April 29, 2015, the Parks College Faculty Assembly adopted the five-year strategic plan for the College. This is the first strategic plan developed and adopted by the Parks Faculty Assembly in recent history (going back at least 35 years).
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