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MTSU Aerospace Club Fair set for Sept. 9 in BAS

MTSU Aerospace Club Fair set for Sept. 9 in BAS

Any MTSU students, faculty and staff interested in learning about extracurricular activities in the MTSU Aerospace Department are invited to an upcoming event.

The Aerospace Club Fair will be held starting at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 9, in Business and Aerospace Building Room S102 and hosted by the Tennessee Aerospace Professionals Society, said Ivy Adams, vice president of the organization.

MTSU aerospace maintenance management seniors Brandon Snell, left, Aubrey Vest and Tanner Jones perform training tasks in the Flight Operations Center maintenance hangar at Murfreesboro Airport. They are among five MTSU students who received National Business Aviation Administration Charities scholarships to attend out-of-state training for up to two weeks during the 2020-21 academic year. (MTSU photo by J. Intintoli)

Maintenance management is among the options Department of Aerospace Students have to choose. In this 2020 photo, seniors Brandon Snell, left, Aubrey Vest and Tanner Jones perform training tasks in the Flight Operations Center maintenance hangar at Murfreesboro Airport. The Aerospace Club Fair will be held starting at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 9, in Business and Aerospace Building Room S102 and hosted by theTennessee Aerospace Professionals Society. (MTSU file photo by J. Intintoli)

A number of aerospace clubs will be presenting, including Women in Aviation, Organization of Black Aerospace Professionals, Air Traffic Control Organization and the National Intercollegiate Flying Association.

Ivy Adams

Ivy Adams

“The Tennessee Aerospace Professionals Society is driven by pillars of education, camaraderie and outreach,” Adams said. “I hope that participating in the Aerospace Club Fair will provide an opportunity for students to learn more about the extracurricular opportunities in the Aerospace Department.

“I also look forward to continuing to develop the relationships between the officer teams. I want to thank the officer teams for their participation and teamwork in starting this event. The Aerospace Club Fair will be a great success.”

Considered one of MTSU’s signature programs, aerospace’s featured programs include professional pilot, aviation management, flight dispatch, maintenance management, technology and unmanned aircraft systems, or UAS. There are graduate programs as well. For more information about the department, click here.

— Randy Weiler (Randy.Weiler@mtsu.edu)


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