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The Aerospace Engineering Department was recently ranked 8th overall among US universities, and 5th among publics for its outstanding and first rate graduate research programs.

The Aerospace Engineering Department was recently ranked 8th overall among US universities, and 5th among publics for its outstanding and first rate graduate research programs.

 

The Aerospace Engineering Department was recently ranked 8th overall among

US universities, and 5th among publics for its outstanding and first rate graduate research programs. The department moved up 3 spots from 11th last year. This improvement in the ranking is strongly supported by the fact that the department has won four major large research grants:

"This is a significant recognition of the research conducted by our

outstanding faculty and graduate students"

says Darryll Pines, professor and chair of the AE department.



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March 31, 2008


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