Ten USC Viterbi Students Honored with Aerospace Fellowship
A collaboration between the USC WiSE program and the Aerospace Corporation, this prestigious fellowship offers students the opportunity to gain real-life industry experience and develop their skills
NBC News: USC Viterbi Student, ROTC Air Force Member Graduates with a Degree in Astronautical Engineering
USC Commencement Honors Viterbi Astronautical Engineering Graduate Giovanni Flores as the Ceremony Takes Place at the Coliseum for the First Time in 70 Years.
Aerospace Corporation: The Space Policy Show: Protecting Earth’s Airspace from Space Debris
Michael Kezirian, adjunct associate professor of astronautics practice at USC Viterbi School of Engineering, discussed protecting the Earth’s airspace.
NASA: NASA Selects 16 University Teams to Develop Deep Space Mission Concepts
A USC Viterbi student team has been selected as a finalist with a project focused on ascent vehicles for interplanetary travel.
Astronautical Engineering encompasses the dynamic and cutting-edge fields of advanced science and space technology. Space engineers design, build and operate rockets and missiles, space launchers, communications and direct broadcasting satellites, space navigational systems, remote sensing and reconnaissance satellites, space vehicles for human spaceflight, and planetary probes.
There is no better academic major than Astronautical Engineering in which to obtain the education and to acquire the skills needed for space engineers.
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Wall Street Journal: Jeff Bezos, Richard Branson and Where Space Really Begins
Michael Kezirian was quoted on the global implications of the line that demarcates space .
WIRED: Jeff Bezos Goes to Space
“2 Funny Astronauts,” a podcast by Garrett Reisman and Mike Massimino was mentioned.