Dr. John R. Watret, previously Chancellor of the university’s Worldwide Campus, now holds the title of senior vice president and COO. Dr. Richard Heist now holds the position of Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost.
Thanks to a new relationship with the Mohammed VI International Academy of Civil Aviation (AIAC) in Casablanca, Morocco, students will initially have the opportunity to pursue an online Master of Science in Management.
Faculty from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University – Worldwide will share their accident investigation expertise this spring during a free massive open online course (MOOC); the course runs from March 23 to April 19.
Louis C. Seno Jr. and his wife Christine plan to donate his late father’s Corben Junior Ace aircraft for display at West Michigan Aviation Academy (WMAA), along with a $150,000 long-term pledge in scholarship support for WMAA graduates attending ERAU.
The CJP Association contributed $50,000 to fund two CJP Bob Hoover Presidential Scholarships and the Bob Hoover Legacy Foundation contributed $50,000 to fund two Bob Hoover Foundation Presidential Scholarships.
They are kicking off a five-year extension of their exclusive higher education partnership in developing educational and STEM programs to inspire the next generation of pilots, aircraft technicians, aerospace engineers and dreamers.
Meant primarily for high school and middle school students but open to all ages, Aviation 101 (available for signup at aviation101.org) is composed of 12 high-definition video lessons that will give students an introduction to the industry.
With the completion of an FAA-approved aviation degree program from Embry-Riddle, graduates are also eligible to receive the newly created Restricted ATP certification after 1,000 or 1,250 flight training hours.
Embry-Riddle Worldwide also offers a minor in unmanned aerial systems as part of a Bachelor of Science in Aeronautics and a specialization in unmanned aerospace systems in the Master of Aeronautical Science.