Meet Your Colleagues – Scavenger Hunt
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Meet Your Colleagues – Scavenger Hunt. Owns a Lab Coat. Mentored a Robotics Team (<3 years ago). Seen or Participated in a Space Shuttle Launch. Is NOT an Engineer. Built or is Building an Airplane. Has a Pilot’s License. Judged a Science Fair (<5 years ago). Designs Space Suits.

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Meet your colleagues scavenger hunt

Meet Your Colleagues – Scavenger Hunt

Owns a Lab Coat

Mentored a Robotics Team (<3 years ago)

Seen or Participated in a Space Shuttle Launch

Is NOT an Engineer

Built or is Building an Airplane

Has a Pilot’s License

Judged a Science Fair (<5 years ago)

Designs Space Suits

Works in a Clean Room

Worked with a Student (<6 months ago)

Flown in a Hot Air Balloon

Has Attended Multiple RLCs

Seen or Participated in a Spacecraft Launch

Flown in a Glider

Is Retired AND Still Attends AIAA Meetings

Flies Remote Control Airplanes

Is a Lifetime Member of AIAA

Thinks Math and Science are FUN

AIAA Section Council Member >10 years

Designs Space Habitats or Architecture

Works with Unmanned Vehicles

Serves (or served) in the Military

Knows (or is) an Astronaut

Work in a Wind Tunnel

Works in a Small Business (<25 people)

Talk with people at your table and around the room to find the ones that “match” the experiences listed in each of the squares. Put the name and AIAA section of the person(s) you find. The most filled in squares “wins”.


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