The Weekly Innovation Challenge program has taken the next step in helping schools, organizations and institutions facilitate their own Innovation Challenges by creating a free iBook series, “Innovation Challenges - Mind Workouts for Teams.” The digital book illustrates mind exercises to create experiences that encourage the development of an entrepreneurial mindset.
The iScholars Program has selected 15 engineering students for the 2012 – 2013 academic school year. iScholars (innovation scholars), a student-led initiative, engage in different roles and activities such as community outreach, innovation leadership and design projects.
The James Sebesta, S.J., Endowed Scholarship will assist eligible students with costs associated with flight fees. Sebesta and the new fund were celebrated Sept. 28 at a fundraising dinner to support the new scholarship and other scholarships offered by Parks College.
The Center for Aviation Safety Research (CASR) at Saint Louis University is proud to announce that this year’s Safety Across High-Consequence Industries (SAHI) Conference will feature a Graduate Student Poster Contest and a Graduate Student Paper Contest. CASR will be awarding a total of $4,750.00!
Saint Louis University hosted a meeting of the safety minds this past spring. HEC-TV captured every minute of it and will show you what concerns and solutions top executives in these industries have when it comes to your safety. Select presentations will air on Saturdays in August at 9pm CDT and Fridays in September at 10pm CDT.
Recent Parks College graduate, Edward Honey, is acting as dispatcher for eight Skycatcher pilots for Cessna Aircraft’s inaugural Discover Flying Challenge. The program is designed to help generate awareness and interest in light sport aircraft’s, a relatively new type of general aviation.
Summer Academy students spent the past week experiencing life on SLU’s campus, participating various academic department modules and flight simulation activities as well as flying in a Diamond airplane at the downtown airport.
Parks College students recently showcased their research projects they developed as part of their senior design capstone course. Out of the 33 senior design projects, one was chosen as being the best among the six departmental programs: Aerospace, Mechanical, Electrical, Computer and Biomedical Engineering as well as Physics.