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1 Region V Directors Report Laura Richard 303-269-5963 Region V Report to RSAC 11 May 2011

2 Laura Richard Region V Region Report to RSAC 11 May 2011 Region V Summary Membership Deputy Directors Financial Status Communication Highlights from the Region & Sections Action/Issues for RSAC Regional Health

3 Laura Richard Region V Region Report to RSAC 11 May 2011 Membership From May2011 Membership Report Long term trends are on following pages Professional Membership: 1902 Increase of 79 since last RSAC (Jan 2011); back up to levels of 2010 summer First increase since 2008 is continuing All Sections show the increase Student Membership: 579 Decrease of 35 since last RSAC (Jan 2011) All sections show the decrease Educator Associate Membership: 241 Increase of 10 since last RSAC (Jan 2011) Upturn continuing All Sections participating, one Section is not dominating; although Iowa tends to be lagging

4 Laura Richard Region V Region Report to RSAC 11 May 2011 Region V Professional Membership

5 Laura Richard Region V Region Report to RSAC 11 May 2011 Region V Student Membership

6 Laura Richard Region V Region Report to RSAC 11 May 2011 Region V Educator Membership

7 Laura Richard Region V Region Report to RSAC 11 May 2011 Professional Membership Observations Region V membership has been trending up slightly since 1997, but has been showing a decrease since 2008; this is the first uptick since 2008 All Sections have all shown decrease over the past year, only one showed an increase over the past six months Short term trends over the past six months: Iowa+ 4 Rocky Mountain+ 51 St. Louis +12 Twin Cities+ 12 Wichita+ 2 Long term trends: Regional membership has an uptick which reverses downturn which has been consistent since 2008. –Rocky Mountain show largest uptick of all the sections –Wichita holding steady over past 9 months, but long term drop –St. Louis stabilizing after long term slide trends –Iowa, and Twin Cities have less pronounced down trend Continuing focus on calling drop, new and transfer members Sections not fond of having dedicated membership drives, prefer to concentrate on associating good meetings with new members

8 Laura Richard Region V Region Report to RSAC 11 May 2011 Student & Educator Member Observations Region V Student membership continuing Upward Trend Educator membership continuing Upward Trend over past year Significant variation in number of student members over the year Past Year trends: Students Educators Iowa- 11+ 0 Rocky Mountain- 6+ 6 St. Louis- 2+ 3 Twin Cities+ 1+ 1 Wichita- 22+ 1 Student Long term trends: Regional membership tending to oscillate for the past few year; overall tending to remain constant Educator Long term trends: Regional membership is above 2007 levels and is at its highest recorded average level

9 Laura Richard Region V Region Report to RSAC 11 May 2011 Region V Deputy Directors DD-Career & Workforce Development: Karen Copper karen.k.copper@boeing.com 314-234-5742karen.k.copper@boeing.com DD-Education: Roger Greenwod roger.greenwood@usafa.edu 719-333-2427roger.greenwood@usafa.edu DD-Finance: Larry Frutiger LFrutiger@cox.net 316-733-1572LFrutiger@cox.net DD-History: Frederick Roos frederick.w.roos@boeing.com 314-233-2530frederick.w.roos@boeing.com DD-Honors and Awards: David Myren, David.Myren@ASEholdings.com 651-220-1281David.Myren@ASEholdings.com DD-Membership: Gary White g.pary.white@boeing.com 314-705-2312g.pary.white@boeing.com DD-STEM K-12 Outreach: Billy Crisler, william.crisler@usafa.edu 719-333-4317william.crisler@usafa.edu DD-Public Policy: Mark Holly mark.k.holly@boeing.com 314-232-9873mark.k.holly@boeing.com DD-Technical Activities: Open – Unfortunately Still In Work DD-Young Professionals: Open – In Work Associate Fellow Rep Reg V: Brandon Wegge brandon.h.wegge@boeing.com 314-232-2933brandon.h.wegge@boeing.com Staff Liaison: Chris Jessee chrisj@aiaa.org 703-264-3848chrisj@aiaa.org Changes from last RSAC (Jan 2011) Barry Crocker stepped down from DD Young Professionals Brandon Wegge accepted Associate Fellow Representative for Region V

10 Laura Richard Region V Region Report to RSAC 11 May 2011 FY11 Financial Summary Category I Allocated: FY10 Iowa $ 945.00 Rocky Mountain $ 7,350.00 Saint Louis $ 2.745.00 Twin Cities $ 1,460.00 Wichita $ 2,280.00 Category I Available: $14,780.00 Category III Allocated: $1,332.50 Category III Approved: $ 500.00 Category IV Requested:$0 Category IV Approved:$0

11 Laura Richard Region V Region Report to RSAC 11 May 2011 Financial Summary-2011 Student Paper Conference Information not available; to be provided at August RSAC meeting

12 Laura Richard Region V Region Report to RSAC 11 May 2011 Communications Section and Deputy Director Communication Monthly Teleconference – 27 January 2011 – 23 February 2011 – 31 March 2011 – 09 April 2011 (Student Paper Conference Lessons Learned) – 05 May 2011 Additionally as required for the Sections Next one Scheduled for 26 May 2011

13 Laura Richard Region V Region Report to RSAC 11 May 2011 Highlights of the Region RAC Meeting on 27 January 2011 Type: Meeting / Telecon Attendance: 11 Increase of 4 from 5 January Meeting Major Highlights – Section By-Laws: St. Louis and Twin Cities – CVD participation – Open DD Position (Technical) – Honors and Award at ASM – Student Paper Conference RAC Meeting on 23 February 2011 Type: Meeting / Telecon Attendance: 7 Decrease4 from January Telecon Major Highlights – Student Paper Conference – Section By-Laws Status – CVD participation – Open DD Positions (Technical and YP) – Category III Funds RAC Meeting on 31 March 2011 Type: Meeting / Telecon Attendance: 8 Increase of 1 from February Telecon Major Highlights – Student Paper Conference – Section By-Laws Status – Open DD Positions (Technical and YP) – Category III Funds – Wichita Section Efforts RAC Meeting on 9 April 2011 Type: Lessons Learned Meeting Attendance: 10 Increase of 2 from 31 March Telecon * Major Highlights – Success of Student Paper Conference – Rocky Mtn Section: University Colorado Boulder to host next year – Lessons Learned and Action Items – Steps for next year

14 Laura Richard Region V Region Report to RSAC 11 May 2011 RAC V Cat III Funding: St Louis University – Design Build and Fly Team AS a brand new team placed 68 th out of 84 teams – 2 Members were Freshmen Experience from this year will serve well for Next Year! Pictured from left to right: Jacob Schreck (pilot), Alex Berry, Dr. Raymond Lebeau (Advisor), JC Martin, Will Atkins, Alex Haines, and Ben Winokur Team Website: https://sites.google.com/a/slu.edu/flight-vehicle- analysis-and-design-2010-2011/home/aiaa-dbf https://sites.google.com/a/slu.edu/flight-vehicle- analysis-and-design-2010-2011/home/aiaa-dbf RAC Meeting on 5 May 2011 Type: Meeting / Telecon Attendance: 7 Decrease of 3 from 9 April Major Highlights – RSAC Meeting 11 May – Section By-Laws Status – Open DD Positions (Technical and YP) – Category III Funds: Provide $500 to St Louis – Wichita Section Efforts Highlights of the Region

15 Laura Richard Region V Region Report to RSAC 11 May 2011 Highlights of the Region SectionsDeputy Directors Total in Region510 Represented in Person 1/27/1135 Sent Written Reports03 Percent Represented60%50% Represented in Person 2/23/1122 Sent Written Reports01 Percent Represented40%20% Represented in Person 3/31/1123 Sent Written Reports01 Percent Represented40%30% Represented in Person 04/09/11N/A Sent Written ReportsN/A Percent RepresentedN/A

16 Laura Richard Region V Region Report to RSAC 11 May 2011 Highlights of the Region SectionsDeputy Directors Total in Region510 Represented in Person 5/5/1132 Sent Written Reports10 Percent Represented60%20% Next RAC Telecon scheduled on 26 May 2011 · Location : Teleconference · Time: 1130 PT/1230 MT/1330 CT/1430 ET · Will Highlight Annual Reports due to National · All Invited!

17 Laura Richard Region V Region Report to RSAC 11 May 2011 Section Highlights Iowa Continued working the logistics of next years student conference and utilized lessons learned from 2010; occurred 6-8 April and was very successful! Updated to the By-laws in work Lost 2 active officers and Sridher, Section Chair is working to find replacements Rocky Mountain Attended March RAC V Telecon! Submitted updated Section By-laws Participated in 17 th Annual Improving Space Operations Workshops first week of April April 28 Short Course in Risk Management for Space Programs, Todd Perry ARES Corporation in Littleton Aerospace Engineering Design Symposium at Boulder Co April 15 Standing on the Shoulders of Giant, April 20 th in Colorado Springs Called for Rocky Mountain Annual Award Nominations for Award Banquet scheduled for 26 May

18 Laura Richard Region V Region Report to RSAC 11 May 2011 Section Highlights St. Louis Family Movie Night 18 February The Wonder of It All and provided the What impact did walking on the moon have on the few men who actually experienced the miracle? This documentary is composed of the personal interviews of 6 astronauts who walked on the moon and their recollections of the events, each other and the impact on their lives 17 March Dinner Meeting General Aviation: Past, Present and Future presented by Ramesh Agarwal, William Palm Professor of Engineering Washington University in St Louis Family Movie Night 15 April For All Mankind; In recognition and celebration of 50 year anniversary of the launch of the Space Race Al Reinert's acclaimed documentary on The Apollo program. Unique experience, as the only voices heard in the film are those of the astronauts and mission control. Tremendous film and photos from astronauts and NASA collection, much rarely seen footage Family Movie Night May 20 Twelve OClock High 1949 WWII drama featuring Gregory Peck as a tough general who whips a bomber unit suffering from low morale into fighting shape. Actual combat footage is used in this tense war drama

19 Laura Richard Region V Region Report to RSAC 11 May 2011 Section Highlights Twin Cities By-law update submitted to headquarters and awaiting approval by RSAC Participated in AutoSnowPlow competition with Institute of Navigation (ION) on 29 Jan followed by Movie Madness with five IMAX films Aerospace films of Spaceship Earth then if you still have energy dinner/social hour at Pat McGoverns Pub National Engineers Week tour and dinner meeting at Ballistic Recovery Systems along with other activities Two members from St Louis participated in CVD Colleagues at INCOSE (The International Council on Systems Engineering) invited Twin Cities to participate in learning about Systems Engineering programs Hosted Bowling for Ballots for next years council and results announced in April Work continue on the sections RC Aircraft; weather has not permitted the expected Fly-in Supported the Aerospace Family Night at the Farnsworth Aerospace Magnet School Dinner Meeting with Gene Austin occurred on 5 May Invited by the Minnesota Society of Professional Engineers to participate in Engineers Night with the St Paul Saints May Awards Night Planned

20 Laura Richard Region V Region Report to RSAC 11 May 2011 Section Highlights Wichita Continued Working to reinvigorate the council leadership Update to the bylaws in work and will be available for section vote soon Planning for Distinguished Lecturer for next dinner meeting, Wilson Felder from FAA Technical Center in the late May to June timeframe

21 Laura Richard Region V Region Report to RSAC 11 May 2011 Student Paper Conference Highlights 2011 Student Paper Conference Cedar Rapids Iowa 74 Registrants including students, faculty and professionals Excellent Key Note Speaker: The Keynote speaker was Kent Statler, COO & Executive Vice President of Commercial Systems, Rockwell Collins Andy Carlson (Section Chair Twin Cities) and Larry Frutiger (DD Finance) attended And the Winners Are: – Community Outreach Sarah HuntUSAFA – Masters Andrew FriedrichsMissouri State University of Science & Technology – Freshman/Sophomore First PlaceIowa State University »Spencer Dewald »Adam Harper »Joshua Straquadine »Rohan Sharma Second PlaceUSAFA »Eric Ruth »Jeff Howdeshell Third PlaceUSAFA »Jared Broussard

22 Laura Richard Region V Region Report to RSAC 11 May 2011 2011 Student Paper Conference Cedar Rapids Iowa And the Winners Are (contd): – Team Competition First PlaceUniversity of Colorado »Michaela Cui »Arthur Kreuter »Brett Miller Second PlaceUniversity of Colorado »Derek Houtz »James Nelson »Aaron Young Third Place (tie)University of Colorado »Erin Tucker »Jeff Severson »Erin Halin Third Place (tie)St. Louis University »Tu Vo »Dominic Dahlen »Justin Scherbring Student Paper Conference Highlights

23 Laura Richard Region V Region Report to RSAC 11 May 2011 Student Paper Conference Highlights

24 Laura Richard Region V Region Report to RSAC 11 May 2011 Actions/Issues for RSAC Under New Business The faculty advisors, based upon discussions with the students, want to know if AIAA can provide the judging criteria (paper and oral) to the students prior to the conference. It could be posted on the website and those that are interested would find it available. The students want feedback! This is extremely important to them! For the students to find value/benefit (where have we heard this statement???!!), they need meaningful feedback and would like the scores along with the comments (both paper and oral). Why is the policy to only provide the comments?

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