Jonathan Markel   Jonathan is a senior Aerospace Engineering student specializing in space and pursuing a certificate in public policy. He is a co-founder of UT SEDS, a Brumley Next Generation Fellow, and has served as an officer for UT AIAA and Design/Build/Fly. He is passionate about the intersection of space technology and social good and hopes to one day work in science and technology policy.

Jonathan Markel

Jonathan is a senior Aerospace Engineering student specializing in space and pursuing a certificate in public policy. He is a co-founder of UT SEDS, a Brumley Next Generation Fellow, and has served as an officer for UT AIAA and Design/Build/Fly. He is passionate about the intersection of space technology and social good and hopes to one day work in science and technology policy.

  Amanda Kaeni   Amanda is an Aerospace Engineering junior from Irvine, California. She is an officer for the UT chapter of AIAA and is also involved with the Unmanned Aerial Vehicles team and the Women in Aerospace for Leadership and Development. She is excited about deep space exploration and sending humans beyond low earth orbit for the first time in decades.

Amanda Kaeni

Amanda is an Aerospace Engineering junior from Irvine, California. She is an officer for the UT chapter of AIAA and is also involved with the Unmanned Aerial Vehicles team and the Women in Aerospace for Leadership and Development. She is excited about deep space exploration and sending humans beyond low earth orbit for the first time in decades.

 
  Ben Miller   Benjamin is a senior Aerospace Engineering student with minors focusing on computational engineering and writing. He is an undergraduate research assistant with Dr. Sirohi’s research group, focusing on studying rocket nozzle flexibility by optical measurement. His dream is to work with a commercial asteroid mining company, such as Deep Space Industries or Planetary Resources, to help fuel human settlement of space.

Ben Miller

Benjamin is a senior Aerospace Engineering student with minors focusing on computational engineering and writing. He is an undergraduate research assistant with Dr. Sirohi’s research group, focusing on studying rocket nozzle flexibility by optical measurement. His dream is to work with a commercial asteroid mining company, such as Deep Space Industries or Planetary Resources, to help fuel human settlement of space.

  Tedham Anderson   Tedham Anderson is going into his junior year at the University of Texas and is currently studying Aerospace Engineering. He is leading engagement and outreach to the business student community for the Space Case.

Tedham Anderson

Tedham Anderson is going into his junior year at the University of Texas and is currently studying Aerospace Engineering. He is leading engagement and outreach to the business student community for the Space Case.