Thank you for joining the Society of Aeronautics and Rocketry (SOAR) at USF!
The Society of Aeronautics and Rocketry is an organization dedicated to the development of rocketry, robotics, and other technologies pertinent to the aerospace industry. We are all passionate about the future of space exploration and want to actively be on the forefront of technologies that help further this cause. We are actively participating in the Florida Space Grant Consortium Hybrid Rocket competition, and the 2016-2017 NASA Student Launch Initiative. Some of our other projects include the research and fabrication of solid state rocket motors, a two-stage rocket, a small research rover, and a possible CubeSat.
Please check our calendar and social media outlets for upcoming events and meetings.
The Society of Aeronautics and Rocketry (SOAR) at USF promotes engineering education and academic performance through participation in projects and competitions dedicated to rocketry and aerospace technologies.
SOAR provides an opportunity of students from all majors and fields to enhance their knowledge in research, engineering, and other tangential skills pertinent to the industry. We view ourselves as a professional research organization that produces data relevant to the industry and products such as our Bullisitic Rocket series. In the mindset of professional organization we adhere to strict timelines, budget restrictions, management, teamwork, and fostering collaborations between the academic, commercial and government space industries.
Our organization competes in several competitions in addition to our independent Bullisitic Rocket designs. In 2014-2015 we participated in the Florida Space Grant Consortium Hybrid Rocket Competition and for 2015-2016 we participated in the Hybrid Competition again, the NASA Student Launch Competition, and more. We are the first USF organization to represent our University in these competitions and we intend to make a good name for our University.
Our members prove to be a dedicated group willing to put the hours in to produce quality projects while excelling in their classes, research, and internships.
This is your 2017-2018 Student Organization Advisor. Note: Student organization advisors must be a current full-time faculty or staff member or a graduate assistant at the University of South Florida Tampa campus with a valid USF email address and NetID.
Dr. Manoug Manougian
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