On February 7, members of SGT@OSU hosted a review session for AAE 2201 Introduction to Aerospace Engineering II students at Ohio State. Members answered questions and presented practice problems and conceptual reviews to help prepare students for their midterm on concepts of aircraft stability. Review materials, including a review packet containing much of the information discussed, can be found at our Resources for Students page. The session was well attended and SGT hopes to present more review sessions for midterms and general questions throughout the semester and beyond. Those who attended and are interested in helping us to improve our review sessions can provide feedback at firstname.lastname@example.org or through our survey here.
As part of its goal to provide academic services to new aerospace students at Ohio State, members of SGT at OSU hosted a review session for students taking AAE 2200 Introduction to Aerospace Engineering. This review session was the first step in the SGT plan to re-engage in tutoring and review sessions for introductory aerospace classes at Ohio State. SGT members answered questions from students and presented practice problems to give students another opportunity to see the material before their final. This is intended to be the first of several review sessions coinciding with AAE 2200/2201 exams this year and provided some key lessons that will allow SGT to improve tutoring and review sessions in the future. SGT wishes to thank all in attendance, and all comments to help us improve future review sessions can be directed to email@example.com.
SGT at OSU this month wishes to welcome its new faculty adviser, Dr. John Horack, Neil Armstrong Chair in Aerospace Policy and a professor in both the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering and the John Glenn School of Public Affairs. This affiliation with Dr. Horack provides SGT at OSU with access to exciting new resources that will allow SGT to expand its activities in the aerospace community. This move brings SGT under the wing of the OSU Battelle Center, which offers a variety of resources for Ohio State’s engineering and policy communities. Learn more at http://www.battellecenter.org/.
SGT at OSU wishes to thank its outgoing faculty adviser, Dr. James Gregory, for his time and support over the years.
On April 12, 2018, the Ohio State chapter of Sigma Gamma Tau, in partnership with OSU AIAA and the Buckeye Space Launch Initiative, hosted the 2018 Ohio State Aerospace Banquet in Hanger 5 at The Ohio State University Airport. This year’s annual celebration of aerospace engineering at Ohio State brought together students from throughout the Aerospace community at Ohio State as well as several professors. Attendees also had the opportunity to hear from this year’s special guest presenter, OSU Aerospace alumni Dr. George Pantalos, who shared his work on space surgery and stories of meeting Tom Hanks and the cast of Apollo 13 on a research flight.
SGT at OSU wishes to thank all that attended and helped to put on this event for making this wonderful evening possible.
This week SGT at OSU hosted a glider-building contest in Scott Laboratory at The Ohio State University open to any interested student. Participants built their craft from materials including paper and balsa wood under a time limit and then went into the Scott Lab courtyard to test their creations. Participants also enjoyed pizza courtesy of SGT. Gliders were judged based on the maximum distance achieved through three trial flights, and the top finishers were rewarded with prizes. SGT at OSU wishes to congratulate the winners and all of our participants!