The Raymond John Stalker Award for Outstanding Contributions to the Australian Aerospace Industry is an award jointly hosted by the Australian Youth Aerospace Association (AYAA) and the Royal Aeronautical Society (RAeS). The award is designed to recognise exceptional young professionals in the aerospace industry for their outstanding achievements and leadership.
Nominations for the 2019 Australian Youth Aerospace Association National Executive Committee are open and will close at midnight on Wednesday the 28th of November. All students are encouraged to apply. The AYAA would like to remind all applicants that positions are highly sought after, and stresses the importance of putting effort into your application. To learn more about the positions please review the information package that has been attached.
Successful applicants will be announced at the AYAA 2018 Annual General Meeting.
The Australian Youth Aerospace Association is looking for enthusiastic, hard working university students who are passionate about aerospace to join the organising committee for the Australian Youth Aerospace Forum Brisbane 2019.
The AIAA Sydney Section, in partnership with the AYAA, is proud to welcome F-35 test pilot Tucker Hamilton to Brisbane as part of the AIAA Distinguished Lecturer Program.
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The Australian Universities Rocket Competition’s first Progress Report is now live! The report is due on 17th September, 23:59 AEST.
This report will be the first opportunity for teams to earn points for the inaugural AURC competition. In order to score points, all teams will need to download the given template progress report (find at the bottom of this page, updated 01/08/2018) and then complete a short report on your rocket.