Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University's Prescott Campus has been selected to receive a grant to design, furnish, and implement an active learning classroom through the Active Learning Center (ALC) program, a grant initiative in its third year founded by Steelcase Education. The grant program supports both teachers and students by creating a student-centered learning environment that encourages engagement, collaboration, and creativity.
When Bob McCord ('85, WW) earned his Master’s degree from Embry-Riddle Worldwide, he sent his sister Marcia Karl a photo of him receiving his degree with a note musing what some of his old teachers and principal would think.
The day after Christmas 1978, Tonia Fortner, her then-husband Tom Fortner (’92, PC) and their two young children drove cross-country to Prescott, Ariz., for Tom to attend Embry-Riddle’s recently opened western campus.
The Women’s Engineering Institute at Embry‐Riddle’s Daytona Beach Campus was selected to receive a $5,000 National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT) Student Seed Fund gift, sponsored by Google.org.
As a toddler, Frederick “Rick” Brown (’67, Flight Training, ’72, DB) soared through the Central Florida skies with his grandmother Peggy O'Neil, who was a pilot in the 1940s and instilled in him a lifelong love of flying.