Both with long records in aerospace leadership and innovation, the Boeing Company and Notre Dame have enjoyed a successful partnership based upon recruiting, research, programmatic, and student support. As a research partner of the University's Institute for Flow Physics and Control, Boeing has worked with faculty and students for more than a decade to address research and development challenges related to flow control, aero-optic systems, aero-acoustics, multi-phase flow problems, sensors, controls, and computer simulations. The signing of a new Master Sponsored Research Agreement in August 2009 was another step forward in the ongoing relationship. In addition to research, student internship, and hiring opportunities, Boeing provides more than $100,000 annually for undergraduate scholarships for women in engineering along with student group support for women and diversity in engineering.