Programs at ERAU

The primary program at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (ERAU) is the undergraduate research intership program. This is a competitive program in which the student works with a faculty mentor on an individual or team research project. Applications are generally accepted and reviewed in April for the summer and academic year.

Other programs at ERAU include the ASCEND program and several group projects. The ASCEND program is a statewide space grant program to build payloads and launch them on high-altitude balloons through the Arizona Near Space Research (ANSR) group.

Embry-Riddle students interested in these program should apply. You may find the application at the link for Applications. For examples of previous examples of research projects, or information on current projects please follow the link to Current and Prior Projects.