Pride Month is a time for celebration of LGBTQIA+ communities in commemoration of the Stonewall Uprising of 1969. At AUI, we celebrate an environment that is safe and welcoming to all, and the strength that our diversity brings us.
We Make Scientific Breakthroughs Possible
The Infrastructure of Discovery Doesn’t Happen Overnight.
Driven by Impact
We transform ideas into technologies, laboratories, and policies that initiate, inform, and inspire. For over seven decades, AUI has developed specialized expertise in science, engineering, technology, and cyber security to enable greater impact. Uniquely positioned, we combine exceptional operations management with collaborative community engagement drive innovation and affect lasting change within organizations.
Experts at Managing Complexity
We create an environment where innovation, imagination, and people thrive. Even in the harshest desert terrain, discovery flourishes at ALMA, where AUI has led an international partnership with Europe, Canada, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan and Chile. The $1.4 billion project is a monumental achievement for space exploration and collaborations.
Ambassadors for Science
We believe we are part of something greater than ourselves and that our work today should help solve tomorrow’s challenges. As trailblazers for STEM, we laid the ground work for transformative, accessible, educational experiences while expanding e-learning programs and international outreach efforts.
Catalysts for the Future
Woodstar Labs was created to incubate new areas of engineering, analysis, and research to address the ongoing needs of our shared, critical infrastructure and to protect communities. We are tackling cybersecurity risks within the energy sector, state elections, and academia by creating resources for underserved sectors.
Robert R. Wells, special agent in charge of the Charlotte Division of the FBI has chosen a local cyber expert as the 2020 Director’s Community Leadership Award (DCLA) recipient for North Carolina. Torry Crass has been an invaluable partner to the FBI Charlotte field office since 2013.
Below are the fourteen winners of the 2021 AUI Scholarship conducted by International Scholarship and Tuition Services, Inc. These students will each receive an award of $3,500 per year to aid in defraying expenses at the college or university of their choice.