The American Astronautical Society (AAS) is pleased to host the 4th Annual John Glenn Memorial Symposium July 18-20 at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio. The event is organized by AAS in collaboration with Case Western and the NASA Glenn Research Center.

The John Glenn Memorial Symposium brings together high-ranking government officials, industry executives, academia, and others from the aerospace community. The symposium will focus on advancements in aerospace technology including power and propulsion, autonomy and communications, low boom supersonics, hypersonics, and more.

The Student Poster Competition will be a centerpiece of this year’s symposium. Students from all disciplines are encouraged to submit bstracts for design and research projects. Individual and group projects of ongoing or completed work are acceptable.

Current high school, undergraduate and graduate students from all educational  institutions are eligible to participate.

 

Best posters will be selected in two categories (Engineering and Physical/Liberal Sciences) within three divisions (high school, undergraduate, and graduate). Best Poster Winning students will have the option of receiving complementary student registration for any one of the 2022/2023 AAS Symposia (Von Braun, Goddard, John Glenn Symposia).

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