Brady Allen

Brady graduated in 2017 from Warren T. White High School in Dallas, TX.  Brady was the MSC Spencer Leadership Conference Director of On-Conference Programs, Committee Member on the MSC LT Jordan Institute for International Awareness On Campus Programming, was on the Texas A&M Triathlon Team, and was the Student Ambassador in the Aerospace Engineering Department.  He was a member of the American Institute for Aeronautics and Astronautics, and joined Sigma Gamma Tau (Aerospace), Tau Beta Pi (Engineering), and Phi Kappa Phi (General) Honor Societies.  Brady was in undergraduate research for Liquid Metal and Shape Memory Alloy research for high-frequency actuators, was in the University and Engineering Honors Programs, won 3rd place at the Boeing Innovation Challenge in a 3.5 day invent-a-thon in Seattle, WA., and was the Gathright Outstanding Junior for the College of Engineering.  Brady received the Craig C. Brown Outstanding Senior Engineering Award in 2020.  Brady will graduate from A&M in 2021 with a degree in Aerospace Engineering.