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How many of us can say we were hired by a president? Alumnus Carl Newman can. Congrats on the appointment -- and forever an eagle!

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Don't let that New Year's momentum get away from you. Take action! Your future self will thank you.

Five Steps to Astounding Goal Success

Lineless grocery shopping, overnight shipping, original TV series and now a flying warehouse?

What's next, Amazon?

Amazon gets patent on flying warehouse

Bret Baier stopped by Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Daytona Beach Campus this week to record his show live and talk about his new book on Dwight Eisenhower, "Three Days in January."

Watch his full talk inside.

Watch: Bret Baier of Fox News Channel Discusses Politics, New Book at Speaker Series

“I’m fascinated by how you could get six people on a roundtrip to Mars," said Human Factors professor Jason Kring, from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Daytona Beach Campus. "How would you design the vehicle? How would you train them? How would you select the crew?"

The Martian RV

Interesting debate happening here. Where do you stand?

How guns get on planes through checked bags

San Antonio -- this one's for you. We're excited to join RecruitMilitary at this event and are eager to help you start your Embry-Riddle education!
Thrilled to announce that we've been ranked No. 1 on U.S. News & World Report's 2017 list of the top online bachelor's degrees in the nation!

U.S. News & World Report Names Embry-Riddle Worldwide No. 1 Online Educator

Unmanned Aerial Online published about the College of Aeronautics’ free, upcoming sUAS course. Registration opens tomorrow. The two-week course begins Feb. 6

Embry-Riddle Offers Complimentary Web Course on sUAS :: Unmanned Aerial Online

We've all been there: dumping fresh cups of coffee down the drain because we're too darn tired to stir them. A tale as old as time.

But no more!

Self-Stirring Coffee Cup Earns a Top Spot in Student Design Competition

The best kind of webinar is a FREE webinar.

The second best kind? One about managing safety in airport construction (obviously).

Lucky for you this one's got BOTH of those bases covered!

January 2017 Webinar--Airport Construction Risk Management and Safety

"He’s very fortunate. He very likely could have died," said Glenn Harmon, associate professor of aeronautical science.

Charlotte baggage handler survives harrowing flight locked in cargo hold

Four days into 2017 and we're ALREADY anxious for Opening Day.

Flipping longingly through these shots from the late ‘60s/early '70s at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Daytona Beach Campus will have to do until Spring Training starts and life makes sense again. #BaseballComeBack

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"It was love at first flight."

This alumna caught the aviation bug young, at an air show. Today, she's a director at Honeywell Aerospace.

INTERVIEW: Kiah Erlich, creating safe and efficient technology for pilots

DID YOU KNOW that our colors originated from the paint scheme on WWII Army Air Corps training planes? ERAU operated five training bases at the time. The Army provided the aircrafts; we provided the instructors.

And we've been blue and gold ever since.

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Wherever you are in the world -- have fun tonight, be safe, and we'll see you on the other side. It's going to be a great year!
So much of who and what we are is because of your generosity. Thank you to everyone who has ever given to ERAU. This is your story.

Legacy: Philanthropy at Embry-Riddle Ripples Through its Past, Present and Future

Meet Orbis, the flying eye hospital that travels to developing countries to provide eye care and train medical professionals.

We like Orbis.

Embry-Riddle Asia Students Gain New Insight Visiting Flying Eye Hospital

How can drones be used to advance society?

What are the challenges?

What are the risks?

The Future of UAS: Q&A with Embry-Riddle Aviation Law Professor Sarah Nilsson