NASA created the University Leadership Initiative (ULI) to engage creative and innovative minds in the academic arena to identify significant aeronautics and aviation research challenges and define their unique approach to their solution. The ULI was started in 2015 as part of the larger University Innovation Project, with the goal of seeking new, innovative ideas that can support the U.S. aviation community and NASA's long-term aeronautics research goals, as established by its Aeronautics Research Mission Directorate.
Assessing NASA's University Leadership Initiative reviews the ULI and makes recommendations to enhance program's impact to benefit students, faculty, industry, and the U.S. public.
Table of Contents
|1 Assessing ULI's Progress Toward Meeting Its Goals||6-11|
|2 Efforts to Increase the Participation of Women, Historically Black Colleges and Universities, and Underrepresented and Minority Participants in ULI||12-16|
|3 Options to Increase Awareness of ULI Among Universities, Departments, and Faculty||17-18|
|4 The Aviation Industry's Perception of ULI and the Advantages and Disadvantages of Its Role as a ULI Team Member||19-22|
|5 Identify Ways to Encourage ULI Proposals with Not Just New Technologies but Also Technologies That Support New Business Models in Aviation||23-26|
|Appendix A: Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic on ULI Projects||29-29|
|Appendix B: ULI-Funded Projects to Date (Rounds 1-3)||30-33|
|Appendix C: Committee and Staff Biographical Information||34-38|
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