Extant Aerospace Awards Bruce Cox Memorial Scholarship
Extant Aerospace has recently awarded the Bruce Cox Memorial Scholarship to local Eau Gallie High School graduate, Stephanie Diaz. The Bruce Cox Memorial Scholarship is awarded annually in memory of Bruce Cox, a long-time Extant technician, who was a beloved member of the Extant family and the Melbourne community at large.
Telair To Supply Cargo Loading System And Floor Panels For Kmc 777-300ercf
Kansas modification center and niar werx commissions telair to supply cargo loading system and floor panels for kmc 777-300ercf passenger-to-freighter conversion of the boeing 777-300er aircraft
Fostering Futures in Aerospace: The Doug Peacock Scholarships and the TransDigm Commitment to Inclusion
With the Doug Peacock Scholarship Fund, TransDigm Group Inc is partnering with the University of Washington’s Foster School of Business and College of Engineering to provide scholarship support for undergraduate students representing the first in their family to attend college, who come from economically disadvantaged backgrounds, and/or who are traditionally underrepresented in STEM fields.
Doug Peacock Scholarship Opens New Doors for Engineering Students
TransDigm’s Doug Peacock Scholarship Fund changes the lives of hardworking students from underrepresented backgrounds at USC Viterbi
Leach high-reliability disconnect relays on board the NASA James Web Space telescope
Leach International has recently announced that they are honored to have Leach high-reliability disconnect relays on board the NASA James Web Space telescope, which has now been fully deployed. The Webb Space Telescope is the largest and most complex telescope ever launched into space.
Vision of Hope: $1 Million Gift from TransDigm Group Helps Cleveland Clinic Expand Sight-Saving Eye Care Services to Local Children in Need
This school year, TransDigm Group (NYSE: TDG) is teaming up with Cleveland Clinic to put at-risk children on the path to better vision. The aerospace company has donated $1 million to Cleveland Clinic’s Vision First program, a community outreach initiative that provides free comprehensive vision screenings and eye examinations to local elementary students from a mobile optometry van.
New Scholarship Creates Opportunities for Students in Engineering and Business
Two Drexel Engineering students and three students from the Bennett S. LeBow College of Business are the first recipients of the Doug Peacock Scholarship, a new award created by a generous gift to Drexel from TransDigm Group Incorporated, a global producer, designer, and supplier of highly engineered aerospace components, systems and subsystems. The scholarships will support female students from traditionally underrepresented groups.
Csu Partners With Transdigm To Promote Diversity In Aerospace With Scholarship Fund
Cleveland State University announces a new partnership with TransDigm Group Inc. The company will provide scholarship funds through the Doug Peacock Scholarship Program to support tuition and on-campus housing needs for female and underrepresented minority engineering and business students at CSU.
Introducing the Peacock Scholars
The Doug Peacock Scholars of Saint Martin De Porres High School.
New Student Scholarship Aimed to Increase Diversity at USC Viterbi
A newly established scholarship program at the USC Viterbi School of Engineering, the Doug Peacock Scholarship Fund, will provide financial support to first-year USC Viterbi students from groups historically underrepresented in STEM.
TransDigm Ensures Access to Education and Promotes Diversity in Aerospace with Doug Peacock Scholarships
With the Doug Peacock Scholarship Fund, Transdigm is partnering with the University of Washington’s Foster School of Business and College of Engineering to provide scholarship support for economically disadvantaged backgrounds, and/or who are traditionally underrepresented in STEM fields.
TransDigm Group Inc. Partners with Benedictine High School for Scholarship Support
Benedictine High School is pleased to announce the deepened partnership with TransDigm Group Inc. who have generously committed to supporting 20 low-income students with tuition assistance and scholarship support on an annual basis.
DDC’s Single Board Computer chosen by KHI for MMX Mars sampling mission!
Data Device Corporation (DDC) announces that Kawasaki Heavy Industries (KHI), developer of the Martian Moons eXploration (MMX) sample collection manipulator system, has chosen DDC’s SCS750G4® Single Board Computer (SBC) for use on the MMX program for the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA)
TransDigm creates 150 Doug Peacock Scholarships for underrepresented students at Clemson University
TransDigm Group Incorporated has created scholarships at Clemson University to address the financial need of promising undergraduates from backgrounds that are historically underrepresented on college campuses.
Touchdown! Nasa’s Mars Perseverance Rover Safely Lands On Red Planet
Unless you’ve been living on a different planet, you may have already heard that NASA has just landed the heaviest and most sophisticated rover, Percy (OK, officially Perseverance), on the Red planet. What you may not have heard is that a hundred year old company in Southern California, just 50 miles south of NASA JPL, was responsible for designing and manufacturing the state-of-the-art parachute that safely decelerated Percy from supersonic speeds ready for the daring SkyCrane maneuver.
Cleveland Clinic and Transdigm Partner to Help Provide Affordable Broadband to Cleveland Neighborhood
Cleveland Clinic, DigitalC and two Cleveland businesses, TransDigm Group Incorporated (NYSE:TDG) and The Lubrizol Foundation, are coming together to help provide affordable high-speed internet to residents of the Fairfax neighborhood in Cleveland. The effort aims to help impact disparities in internet coverage in the local community, which can affect access to education, healthcare and economic opportunities.
Rochester Institute of Technology is establishing a new scholarship program thanks to a pledge from TransDigm Group Inc.
The Doug Peacock Scholarship will provide 75 awards in total for three cohort groups of five first-year students selected from the Kate Gleason College of Engineering, College of Engineering Technology, and Saunders College of Business. Women and students from underrepresented groups that demonstrate financial need are eligible for the partial scholarships, which are renewable for up to five years of the recipients’ education.