UASEDS Chapter Update 9/23/2011

With the start of the new school year, UASEDS has been rather busy. We have participated in several different club fairs to recruit new members. We have also worked toward establishing teams for our ASCEND! Balloon Payload project and Microgravity University. Our chapter’s Rockoon team has also continued work, performing some ground launches to test […]

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GWSS SEDS Chapter Update 9/21/2011

At the beginning of September GWSS SEDS appointed new chapter leadership and began planning for the semester. To kick off the semester we held a networking happy hour on Sept. 7 which brought together current chapter members from the GW Space Policy program and the GW School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, former chapter members, […]

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SLU SEDS Chapter Update 9/20/2011

Over the summer, many members of SLU-SEDS have been working on our student satellite, COPPER, currently manifested for a Summer 2012 launch through NASA’s ELaNa program. More recently, we’ve visited the St. Louis Science Center’s McDonnell Planetarium and stargazed with the St. Louis Astronomical Society. For the coming quarter, we have several activities planned. We’re […]

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Kentucky SEDS Chapter Update 9/19/2011

In the previous quarter Kentucky SEDS has been dormant with Summer Vacation coming to a close last month.  We currently only have a President, but our first meeting is going to be focused on electing officers and planning our way forward into the next few years. Current ideas for events and activities include using the […]

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FIT SEDS Chapter Update 9/19/2011

For this quarter, FIT SEDS spend most of its time idle, given that most members were away for summer vacation. However, upon returning, we held our first meetings with our new officers and members. Various introductions were made, including a guest speech by our Dean of the College of Science, Hamid Rassoul. The theme that […]

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SEDS UCF Chapter Update 09/19/2011

SEDS-UCF has been busy this semester so far, recruiting and participating in numerous projects.  We recently had our first meeting and found a heavy interest in attending the upcoming Spacevision from our newer members.  There is also a public symposium happening locally called the 100 Year Starship Symposium that some of our members are planning […]

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UNC SEDS Chapter Update 9/16/11

Over the past few weeks the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill SEDS chapter has been busy at work recruiting new members, finding interested community partners and planning a semester’s worth of events.  We have been trying to build a network of support both on and off campus for our future ventures and events. […]

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ASGSB-SEDS Chapter Update 9-16-2011

    New Members David Peterside – University of Florida – Gainesville, Florida Maggie Brown – Miami University – Oxford, Ohio Accepted to Graduate School Hans Waldenmaier has been accepted to a PhD program at the Universidade de Sao Paulo, Brazil.  He will be working with Dr. Cassius Stevani to study bioluminescent mushrooms.  Here is […]

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UB-SEDS Quarterly Chapter Update – 9/15/11

UB-SEDS has been concentrating largely on its large Rocketry and Nanosat project groups in this past quarter, although other groups have also been in action: Rocketry is close do finished with the high-powered system, which will be launched during early October.  It will fly 10 pounds to 10,000 as part of the SEDS Rocketry Competition. […]

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Boston University SEDS – Chapter Update 4/30/11

SEDS at Boston University has gotten off to a great start with our new executive board for 2011-2012! The most significant recent event has been a joint project between BU SEDS and BU AIAA. We are currently developing a weather balloon satellite which will be launched hopefully sometime in May 2011 up to an altitude […]

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