The Museum of Aviation Foundation honored 5 middle school students March 17, 2016 as winners in the 2016 Skyscapes Poster Contest.
The winners were:
1st Place Audrey Westray
2nd Place Ada Bergstrom
3rd Place Alyssa Bonifacia
4th Place Hunter
“PIE.” Professional Interest Exploration. That’s what Northside High School seniors Wesley Paskett, Jaikel “Jay” Robinson, and Keynan Callum are doing at the museum this semester. PIE is part of their Humanities course, and these three students asked to come to
Eight years ago STARBASE ROBINS ventured into hosting a robotics tournament. We knew very little about robotics at the time and nothing about hosting a tournament. After attending a FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) Robotics competition
Last Friday evening, 16 December, was the ribbon cutting for the museum’s exhibit Tuskegee Airmen: A Proud Heritage. There were about 250 people at the event, including three original Tuskegee Airmen: Edward Johnson, Ray Williams, and LeRoy Eley. It was
I’ve had the pleasure of being the Guided Tour Coordinator for the Museum of Aviation Education Department for nine years now!
I would have to say that my favorite part of the guided tours is taking groups into the C-130A
What in the World is a STEM Lab?
You might be wondering if we are testing plants in a new biology lab of some
sort….. That would be cool, but no, that is not the type of STEM Lab we
Everything seems to be going digital and mobile these days. The Museum of Aviation will soon be joining this mobile digital revolution with a free app for the iPhone. VenuLex, a techonology company based in Alpharetta, Georgia, is developing the app
Where are you originally from/What do you consider your hometown: I am from Perry, GA.
Educational background: I graduated from Perry High School in 2009, and now I am studying history at Boston University.
What sorts of hobbies do you
The Museum of Aviation Education Department is excited to work with Scientists and Engineers from the Middle Georgia community to present the first GA Kid’s STEM Day! This exciting day of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math will be on Saturday, August
I thought it would be appropriate today, on the 67th anniversary of D-Day to hear from someone who has actually visited Normandy. Museum of Aviation Curator Mike Rowland was there a few years back, in preparation for working on our Down to Earth exhibit.