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     October-November 2018:

This course will probably be offered to the general public in the Seattle area sometime in the fall. It will probably be a set of five Tuesday evenings (each consisting of two hours of lectures/activities, i.e. ten hours in total) spanning October and November. Information will be posted here as soon as it becomes available.

 

     September 2018:

On September 22nd, 2018, this course will be offered exclusively to Boeing employees in the Seattle area, through the Ed Wells Partnership. Register (or, rather, ''apply'') here.

 

     March 2018:

On March 31st, 2018, this course will be offered exclusively to Boeing employees in southern California, through the Long Beach ECDC. Register here.

 

 

 

     Fall 2017

The course was offered twice in the Fall of 2017: Once at the Historic Flight Foundation to the general public, and once to Boeing employees through the Ed Wells Partnership.

 

 

     Summer 2017:

The course was not offered in the summer of 2017.

 

     Spring 2017:

The course was offered in April 2017 in Long Beach, CA, exclusively to Boeing employees, through Boeing's ECDC.

 

     Winter 2017:

The course was offered in February 2017 in Portland, OR, exclusively to Boeing employees, through Boeing REACH.

 

     Fall 2016

The course was offered three times in the Fall of 2016: Once at Renton Technical College, and twice to Boeing employees through the Ed Wells Partnership (once in Everett and once in Renton).

 

     Summer 2016

The course was not offered in the Summer of 2016.

 

     Spring 2016

In the Spring of 2016, the course was taught twice: Once as part of IAM machinist apprenticesip training in Auburn, WA,
and once to Boeing engineers at Long Beach, CA.

 

     Winter 2016

In the Winter of 2016, the course was offered four times, all of them exclusively to SPEEA engineers, within Boeing, via the Ed Wells Partnership.

 

     2015

Over 2015, the course was offered three times through the University of Washington's Experimental College program, open to the general public.
Unfortunately, this program is being shut down temporarily.

 

     2003

The course was originally created and taught at Stanford University in the Fall of 2003, leading up to the centennial of powered flight.

 

 

 

 

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