John D. Odegard School of Aerospace Sciences

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Anderson Named Asst Chair for Academics at UND Aerospace


John D. Odegard School of Aerospace Sciences
Contact: Karen Ryba/Phone: 701-777-4761
January 22, 2007

Anderson Named Assistant Chair for Academics
at UND’s Aviation Department

(Grand Forks, North Dakota): Professor Tina Anderson has been named as the Assistant Chair for Academics for the Department of Aviation in the University of North Dakota’s (UND’s) John D. Odegard School of Aerospace Sciences. Anderson received her B.S. degree in Aeronautical Studies from UND in 1997 and her M.S. degree in Aviation from UND in 2005. She holds an Airline Transport Pilot Certificate and is a Certified Flight Instructor with Instrument and Multi-Engine ratings.

Anderson has served as a Flight Instructor for UND Aerospace, a First Officer for Horizon Air in the Dash-8 and a First Officer for Northwest Airlines in the DC-9. She has been a faculty member in UND’s Aviation Department since 2002 and teaches Aviation 102 (Intro to Aviation), Aviation 222 (Instrument Procedures and Regulations), and Aviation 430 (Crew Resource Management). In addition to her teaching responsibilities in the Aviation Department, Anderson also teaches EHD 101 (Introduction to University Life).

About UND Aerospace: UND Aerospace, which includes the Odegard School of Aerospace Sciences at the University of North Dakota and the UND Aerospace Foundation (UNDAF), is an international leader in collegiate and contract aviation education and training services flying over 110,000 hours per year in over 120 aircraft. UNDAF also has facilities in Honolulu, Hawaii with Honolulu Community College; Spokane, Washington with Spokane Falls Community College; Lumberton, North Carolina with Robeson Community College; Phoenix, Arizona in conjunction with Chandler-Gilbert Community College; Williston, North Dakota with Williston State College; and Crookston, Minnesota with the University of Minnesota in addition to its home-base in Grand Forks, North Dakota. With more than 2,100 students from throughout the world, the John D. Odegard School of Aerospace Sciences is the second largest college at the University of North Dakota. Undergraduate and graduate programs leading to a variety of rewarding careers in aerospace are offered through four different academic departments: aviation, atmospheric sciences, computer science and space studies. The UND Aerospace training complex is the most technologically advanced environment for aerospace education, training and research in the world.
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