ISU Alumnus, Richard Hale, leads successful flight of unmanned craft and enhances KU’s role in climate change research

An innovative unmanned aircraft conceived and built at the University of Kansas passed its first flight test – led by Team leader Richard Hale, associate professor of aerospace engineering at KU.  Richard is an alumnus of the Aerospace Engineering department of ISU, graduating with his BS in 1988, received an MS degree in Mechanical Engineering, and completed his PhD from the  Aerospace Engineering department in 1995.  Read about this successful flight in the article linked below.