Research is the core of what we do in the Department of Aeronautics, Graduate Studies, and it filters down into the programs and individual subjects. The Department is responsible for four degree programs — Master of Science in Aeronautics (MSA), Master of Science in Occupational Safety Management (MSOSM), Master of Science in Unmanned Systems (MSUS), and the Master of Science in Human Factors (MSHF).

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Submissions from 2015

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Influencing Factors for Use of Unmanned Aerial Systems in Support of Aviation Accident and Emergency Response, Brent Terwilliger, Dennis Vincenzi, David Ison, Kenneth Witcher, David Thirtyacre, and Adeel Khalid

Submissions from 2014

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Does the Online Environment Promote Plagiarism? A Comparative Study of Dissertations from Brick-and-Mortar versus Online Institutions, David C. Ison

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Crew Resource Management Application in Commercial Aviation, Frank Wagener and David C. Ison

Submissions from 2013

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Pilots for Space Tourism, Robert A. Goehlich, Jay K. Anderson, Nathan N. Harrold, Joseph A. Bemis, Mike T. Nettleingham, Joshua M. Cobin, Bradley R. Zimmerman, Ben L. Avni, Michael D. Gonyea, and Nicholas Y. Ilchena

Submissions from 2011

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Higher Education Professional Pilot Faculty Qualifications: Are the Stakes Rising?, David C. Ison

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An Analysis of Statistical Power in Aviation Research, David Carl Ison

Submissions from 2010

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Instrument Pilot Course Syllabi: A Content Analysis, David Carl Ison

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Why Teach Aviation? A Snapshot of the Motivations and Influences Associated with the Careers of Professional Pilot Program Faculty, David Carl Ison

Submissions from 2009

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Have We Made Progress? Trends in Minority Participation in Postsecondary Aviation Education, David C. Ison

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Pathways to the Aviation Professoriate: An Investigation into the Attributes and Backgrounds of Professional Pilot Education Faculty, David Carl Ison

Submissions from 2008

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The Status of Women Faculty in Four-Year Aviation Higher Education Programs, David C. Ison