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February 2014, Assorted
The release of a technical paper related to my thesis was profiled on the front page of and This led to several dozen follow-on technology-based websites.

November 2011, Boulder Daily Camera
News article about the SpaceVision2011 conference in which I was on the organizing committee.

April 2011 Boulder Daily Camera
News article for the Yuri's Night Boulder celebration in which helped to organize.

August 2010, New York Times
Mentioned as the officiant in my sister's wedding announcement!

June 2010, Clear Lake Chamber of Commerce Newsletter
Regarding Citizen's For Space Exploration Trip to Capitol Hill
...For the first time our Chamber’s Board of Directors voted to sponsor one of those university students travelling with the group. Our student was Bruce Davis currently pursuing a PhD at the University of Colorado in Aerospace Engineering. Bruce was fortunate to be invited to attend the Presidential Space Summit on this past April 15th at the Kennedy Space Center. He is truly an impressive young man and I hope he will have a bright future in our country’s space program. He was an asset on the trip and it was a pleasure to be able to sponsor him. ..., Page 2

Note: the wording of the article may be unclear however our agenda / purpose for traveling to Capitol Hill was to support a robust human spaceflight program, we were neither pro/against the controversial changes in the proposed FY11 budget.

March 2010, We Want Our Future Initiative
CU-Boulder Students Develop Educational Initiative to Inspire Youth Through Space Exploration

CU-Aerospace Engineering Bulletin
AES graduate students Bradley Cheetham and Bruce Davis are developing an initiative aimed at inspiring youth and strengthening the nation’s education in science, technology, engineering, and math. Called "We Want Our Future", the project aims to collect more than 100,000 postcards from young students around the country graphically depicting what each student imagines to be the future of space exploration. See here for full details.

January 2010, Ad Astra Magazine
Co-Authored article about the campaign

December 2009, SEDS NOVA Newsletter Q4'09
Authored story about the CUSEDS Chapter

Fall 2009: CU Engineering Alumni Newsletter
It's a DANDE! CU Nanosatellite Wins Coveted Flight Opportunity -

September 2009: CU-Aerospace Engineering Bulletin
Bruce Davis, aerospace PhD student, won the second prize of the Biennial Conference on Mechanical Vibration and Noise Student Paper Competition, held earlier this year in San Diego at the ASME IDETC conference. His paper is titled "A three-dimensional lumped parameter model of nanoscale phononic crystals."

August 2009: CU-Aerospace Engineering Bulletin
Bruce Davis, aerospace PhD student, won second place in the AIAA's 17th Annual Frank J. Redd Student Scholarship Competition for his paper titled, "The Design and Development of a Separation System for a Low-Cost Spherical Nanosatellite."

March 12th, 2009: The Post Standard (Syracuse, NY Newspaper)
F-M grad works on Ph.D., Wins Awards

March 2009: Bruce Wins Vise Award, Univ of Colorado
Bruce Davis has set very high standards for himself as a graduate student of aerospace engineering sciences. While working diligently, and successfully, in his graduate courses and pursuing a challenging research project that combines materials science, solid state physics and mathematics, on top of aerospace engineering, he has contributed remarkably to community services. His community activities, so rich in its number and diversity, range from undergraduate student mentoring to advising members of congress on aerospace education policy. His breadth and depth of work truly sets an outstanding example for the well-rounded aerospace engineering sciences student our department works very hard to produce. With this, the Aerospace Engineering Sciences Department is proud to award Bruce with the 2009 Vise Award. -Citation read by Dr. Mahmoud Hussein

Spring 2009, Elementary School Newsletter, "Visitor From Space"

January 2009: DANDE Wins Nanosat 5 Competition
CU-Boulder Students Win First Place in National Nanosatellite Competition - University of Colorado News
CU team wins Air Force competition, will see satellite launched in 2011 - Daily Camera (Boulder, CO Newspaper)
CU team gunning for orbit in Air Force satellite competition - Daily Camera (Boulder, CO Newspaper)

Fall 2008 - CU College of Engineering Newsletter

May 28th, 2008: Press Release from Citizens for Space Exploration
CU-Boulder grad student speaks with members of Congress in support of NASA

Fall 2007: Featured Graduate Student, CU-Aerospace Dept Alumni Newsletter
Pursuing a Passion for Space Exploration, Taking Aerospace Engineering to New Heights

October 2007: CU-Aerospace Engineering Bulletin
Two Aerospace graduate students, Jonathan Metts and Bruce Davis, represented a CU team selected as one of three winners in a national design competition sponsored by the Pacific International Space Center for Exploration Systems (PISCES). They were invited with all expenses paid, along with faculty advisor Dr. David Klaus, to present their work involving the design of a Lunar Outpost at the first annual PISCES conference held at the Naniloa Volcanoes Resort, near the University of Hawaii at Hilo, from November 7-10, 2007.

August 5th, 2005: The Daily Collegian (Penn State)
Project Trains Future Engineers
Penn State Collegian

February 8th, 2005: The Daily Collegian (Penn State)
Student SPIRIT Rocket to Soar
Penn State Collegian

October 6th, 2004: EDITORIAL, The Daily Collegian (Penn State)
UPAC thinks Moore appropriate use of funds
Penn State Collegian

April 3rd, 2004: The Daily Collegian (Penn State)
Rosenberger To Lead USG [Bruce Elected into Student Government]
Penn State Collegian