Utah Section Sept. 10, 2009 Ron Thue, Chair [email protected] 801-717-7537 12 August 2009 Agenda - Future Meetings - Public Policy (Concern about the future of manned space.

Report
Utah Section
Sept. 10, 2009
Ron Thue, Chair
[email protected]
801-717-7537
12 August 2009
Agenda
- Future Meetings
- Public Policy (Concern about the future of manned space flight)
- Educational Outreach
- AIAA Member Employment and how we can help
- Interaction with Student AIAA Sections (USU, UofU, BYU, WSU)
- Candidates for the AIAA Engineer of the Year, and
Engineering Educator of the year and fresh faces
- Altair Lunar Lander Presentation – Ian Simpson, ATK Clearfield
Proposed Calendar (2009-2010)
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Generally meet 2nd Thursday of each month at 6:30pm, location varies
– 18 Aug – Dr. David Widauf – Wright Flyer Recreation Lunch &
Learn at HAFB (11:30 to 12:30 in Base Auditorium)
– 13 Aug – Business Meeting – Mimi’s in Layton
– 10 Sep – ATK Altair Lunar Lander Presentation – Ian Simpson
– 22 Oct – Dave Riemer (VP Engineering ATK Promontory) Presentation
(joint with other UEC members) – at the U of U
– 12 Nov –
– 10 Dec – USU Student Presentation (Tony Whitmore) at USU
– 14 Jan –
– 22 Feb – Utah Engineering Council Event
– 11 Mar -– 8 Apr -– 13 May –
– June – End of Year Report
2009-2010 Officers
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Section Chair
Vice Chair
Secretary
Treasurer
Pre-college
Membership
UEC Rep
Newsletter/Webmaster
Honors and Awards
Past Chair
Past Chair
Past Chair
Career Enhancement
Young Professionals
Public Policy
At Large
RAC Reps
Ron Thue
Ron Reed
Mark Sultan
Mark Snaufer
John Barainca
Charley Poe
Jim Thatcher
Charlie Vono
OPEN
Charlie Vono
Donald Sandberg
Stephannie Mecham
Katherine Thomas
OPEN
Orest Gogosha
John Armstrong
Charlie Vono, Ron Reed
INTRODUCTIONS
Altair Engineering
Boeing
Northrup Grumman
ATK Launch Systems
Brighton HS
Semi-Retired Nice Guy
Retired
Northrup Grumman
Northrup Grumman
Lockheed Martin
USAF
Northrop Grumman
Lockheed
Weber State Univ.
NG/Boeing
AIAA Mission
Advance the state of
aerospace science, engineering, and technological
leadership
Benefiting
AIAA’s individual members
Member institutions
The world’s forum for aerospace leadership
Utah Section 2009-10 Goals
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Meet once a month to conduct business, listen to guest speaker, review student
projects, or etc.
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Two meetings with guest speakers where other associations are invited
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Ensure Student Chapter projects are supported (UofU, USU, BYU, WSU)
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Support Rice-Eccles and BYU Science Fairs
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Expand Student Chapters to UVU
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Support Student Chapters (invite to meetings, provide speakers, provide funding)
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Outreach to Middle Schools
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Educator associates ($200 grants, teacher awards, 3 day teacher workshops in CT)
Sign up teachers as AIAA members
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Find Employment Opportunities for Unemployed AIAA Members
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Submit for Awards
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Other Ideas
AIAA Money Categories
• Category I - Section Rebate Allocations
– Cat I Rebates are distributed in October upon review and approval
of the Annual Report and Audit and Budget by the Regional
Director
– Cat I Money = $7.50 per member + $2.50 per NEA
• Category II - Section Awards
• Category III - Regional Director Funds
– Each Regional Director has Cat III money
• Amount depends on membership size of Region
– Section Chair can request money using Cat III Rebate Form in the
Officer Manual
• Submit to Regional Director for consideration; RAC votes to approve
– All funds are “use or lose” at end of fiscal year (30 September)
• Category IV - Vice President Member Services Funds
• Category V - Start-up Money for Prospective Sections
2009-10 Budget
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Need to raise $2000 to meet budget
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Fund raisers?
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Direct AIAA Cat III funds to Universities
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Direct AIAA resources to Utah Middle Schools
Not a lot of money to disburse to Students

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