What do a War Eagle and the ISS have in common?

They both fly over Auburn!

So, I am completely 100% biased, but I think Auburn University is the best school ever.  I studied aerospace engineering there and was a campus tour guide, and those things combined perfectly prepared me for my job as a field engineer at AGI. Instead of giving campus tours of a school I love, I give “tours” of amazing software [walking backwards not required].

I recently had the opportunity to go back to Auburn for a career fair.  While there Professor Masatoshi (Toshi) Hirabayashi graciously invited me to guest lecture in his orbital mechanics class.  The students learned about STK and AGI as a company and built a scenario to see when the ISS would fly over Auburn.  Professor Toshi even posted about this event on his website!

Students can also explore the use of STK in a mission design class that Professor Davide Guzzetti teaches. (Last Spring, students were introduced to STK when the Aerospace department offered a one-hour elective course in STK.)

Click here for just some examples of how you can make use of STK EAP licenses.

Graduating with a knowledge of STK makes you extremely hirable by AGI, which is a great place to work. But even more important is that it makes you more hirable throughout the entire aerospace and defense industry!  I did a quick search on LinkedIn recently and over 700 job results came up that were looking for STK skills…wow!!


Systems Tool Kit (STK)

Modeling and simulation software for digital mission engineering and systems analysis.