The engineering and technology department launched this spring’s industry connection seminar series with Matthew Pearce, national aeronautics and space administration (NASA) education programs specialist and Rosalba Giarratano, pathways intern at the Goddard Institute for Space Studies.
The Cradle of Aviation Museum proudly hosted Vaughn College's unmanned aerial vehicles club for its first Tiny Whoop Contest on Saturday, February 1.
The Vaughn community continues to advocate for the need for student aid funding.
Vaughn College’s top scholars were recognized in the academic honors awards ceremony on Thursday, February 6.
Vaughn sponsored a total of nine students who were in search of job offers and internships to attend the 2019 Women Engineers Conference in Anaheim, California.
Vaughn College’s student affairs and clubs held the annual spring club fair for new and returning students to learn about leadership opportunities, as well as socialize with existing clubs and observe what extracurricular activities are offered.
Incoming students ushered into campus to ask questions and obtain answers to aid their college transition on Friday, January 17.
Alumni, family and friends of Vaughn gathered with staff, faculty and advisory board members to toast the start of the New Year on Thursday, January 9.
Vaughn's robotics team reclaims their position as one of the top competitors at the 2019 Torneo Internacional de Robótica del Instituto de la Juventud in Playa del Carmen, Mexico.
Aviation industry consultants and former national transportation safety board investigators, Hon. John Goglia and Senior Air Safety Investigator Greg Feith hosted their Flight Safety Detectives podcast from Vaughn's campus.