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CUNY Aviation Institute Executive Speaker Lecture Series
Aviation Professionals Panel "Balancing the demands of an aviation career and family" (Dinner Provided)
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Aviation Seminar: Search, Rescue and Observation Missions of the USCG Auxiliary
Mid Island and its role as an Auxiliary Facility . Flying more, flying with a purpose, sound intriguing? Time, resources, and rewards of a Mission Pilot or Observer. Whether a renter or an owner, it’s really easy to get involved. The Auxiliary and its part in Home Land Security. Peter Stauffer, USCG Aux, Flotilla 01-06 Operations Officer. Sponsored by the FAA FAASTeam and the SAFETY WINGS PROGRAM.
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Aviation Seminar: Fatigue- How does your body respond?
Topics to be discussed: Factors of physical condition – controllable and not. Acute and chronic fatigue, not all is sleep related. Primary vs. physiological – sleep, medicine, CO2, cold weather. Causes of fatigue and affects on memory, attention, and performance. Complex flight operations are the first to deteriorate.
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Advisory Seminar for Aviation Students (Mandatory)
Aviation students will receive advisement for classes to be taken next semester.
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Advisory Seminar for Aviation Students (Mandatory)
Aviation students will receive advisement for classes to be taken next semester.
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Intrepid Museum (20 free admissions)
The Aviation Club invites its members and York College students to the Intrepid Museum.
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NextGen and the Future of Aviation in the US "Networking Night"
The American Association of Airport Executives (AAAE) York College/CUNY Chapter, the Aviation Club at York College, and the Women in Aviation York College/CUNY Chapter Present: NextGen and the Future of Aviation in the US “Networking Night” Featuring: The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, the Federal Aviation Administration and JetBlue Airways
JFK Air Cargo Association Scholarship Deadline
In order for students to be eligible, they must: Have a 3.0 grade point average (GPA) at the time of the scholarship award. Be classified a Junior with at least 61 credits or Senior, with at least 94 credits. Be pursuing a BS in Aviation Management. Submit a complete written application, to be found on the York College website, including one letter of recommendation from the student’s professor.
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