The aviation and aerospace history of San Antonio, Texas, will be in focus at the inaugural event of the new San Antonio Aviation and Aerospace Hall of Fame on March 31.
(SAN ANTONIO, October 8, 2020) – Nearly $250,000 have been endowed to support students and faculty in the UTSA College of Engineering - Mechanical Engineering Program.
As a lasting tribute to the city’s place in aviation and aerospace history, community leaders in San Antonio have established the San Antonio Aviation and Aerospace Hall of Fame, with its inaugural class of inductees to be honored at a dinner on Thursday, March 31.
Two entrepreneur-inventors, a NASA astronaut, and an Air Force general will be recognized for their contributions to aviation and aerospace history.
The Dee Howard Foundation is pleased to announce that HEB has signed on to be our DHF-UTSA Aviation and Aerospace Art Contest Title Sponsor this year with a 10K gift.
This school year, a group of students have been learning about drones in a new class.
The program partners with the Dee Howard Foundation, which has funded teacher training, student curriculum and the purchase of the DJI Commercial Drones.
Christina Martinez, executive director for The Dee Howard Foundation, said they launched this program in five high schools and eight middle schools.
Chris Combs, Ph.D., UTSA College of Engineering Dee Howard Endowed Assistant Professor, awarded a research grant as part of the United States Air Force Young Investigator Research Program