Theme of the Day
Faculty Awards Dinner - CTLE Poster Session
Seeing the world from above can stimulate curiosity and give students a reason to engage in many facets of STEM (Science, Technology, Aeronautics, Engineering & Math) learning.
Our goal is to inspire learners to conduct remote-sensing investigations, collecting and analyzing data by using Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) as a platform to carry scientific sensors, payloads, and/or capture imagery. We want to collect, interpret, and develop applications for UAS remotely sensed data and to prepare our students for an interdisciplinary future.
Our Faculty Learning Community (FLC) shares student-focused activities using UAS to pursue STEM projects and investigations! We discuss the pedagogical approach and implications for student learning and aim to engage the students in active learning, undergraduate research, working in teams, and working with real data
UAS, Unmanned Aircraft Systems, Meteorology, Sensors, Pedagogy