The Department of Applied Aviation Sciences provides students the opportunity to join the aviation profession by focusing on non-flight specific programs. Students will use state-of-the-art, computer-equipped classrooms including the Weather Center and Air Traffic Control Lab to test their theories and decision making skills with techniques and processes that parallel the industries.
Submissions from 2016
Building Student Success and Retention through an Enhanced Peer Counseling Program, Timothy B. Holt, Jacqueline R. Luedtke, and Claire Schindler
Aircraft Cyber Security and Information Exchange Safety Analysis for Department of Commerce, Timothy B. Holt, Mohammad Moallemi, Linda Weiland, Matt Earnhardt, and Sonya McMullen
Submissions from 2010
Will Very Light Jets Replace King Air Turboprops for Business Travel?, Vince Jean-Paul Pujalte
Submissions from 2005
Modification of Precipitation by Coastal Orography in Storms Crossing Northern California, Curtis N. James and Robert A. Houze Jr.
Submissions from 2004
Submissions from 2003
The Extratropical Transition of Tropical Cyclones: Forecast Challenges, Current Understanding, and Future Directions, Sarah C. Jones, Patrick A. Harr, Jim Abraham, Lance F. Bosart, Peter J. Bowyer, Jenni L. Evans, Deborah E. Hanley, Barry N. Hanstrum, Robert E. Hart, Francois Lalaurette, Mark R. Sinclair, Roger K. Smith, and Chris Thorncroft