Green, Mavis


Associate Professor
Business and Economics

Phone: 718-262-2512
Office Location: B-06D
mgreen1@york.cuny.edu

Education

DegreeInstitutionFieldDates
certificate Flamingo Air Aircraft Dispatcher 2014 
MPA Harvard University, John F. Kennedy School of Government Public Administration 2006 
PhD University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign Educational Organization and Leadership 1998 
MS Central Missouri State University Aviation Safety 1988 
BS Richard Stockton State College Environmental Science  
certificate Airline Transport Pilot  1986 
certificate Gold-Seal Flight Instructor: Airplane Instrument, Single and Multi-Engine Land   
certificate Advanced-Instrument Ground Instructor   
Dr. Mavis F. Green is a leading voice in collegiate aviation education. She is a past president of the University Aviation Association, and served on their executive committee for five years. She was awarded both the Wheatley Award for outstanding contributions in the field of aerospace education and the Laurson Award for excellence in college teaching. Dr. Green has numerous publications and has made many domestic and international presentations. Dr. Green holds a PhD. in Educational Organization and Leadership from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. She holds a MPA from Harvard University, a Masters degree in aviation safety from CMSU and a BS in environmental science. D. Green is rated as an Air Transport Pilot, Aircraft Dispatcher, and holds Gold Seal Flight Instructor certificates. Dr. Green has amassed over 10,000 flight hours. She has volunteered with the FAA as a safety team member for many years.

Areas of Expertise

University faculty teaching, research, and successful grant preparation
Student recruitment, advising, mentoring, and advocacy
Extensive publication and presentation record
Development of complex education programs
Integration of education plans with needs assessments and strategic goals
Implementation of continuing education programs
Successful conference planning and management
Effective interactions with multiple project stake holders
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Expertise in adult learning theory and practice
Extensive experience in e-learning development and implementation

Articles in Field Of Expertise

Bliss, T., Green, M.. "Collegiate Aviation and September 11, 2001: A Survey of Current Issues.." Collegiate Aviation Review. 2005: .

. "Collegiate flight program trends." . Green, M.F.: .

Refereed Proceedings in Field Of Expertise

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Professional Honors, Prizes, Fellowships

UAA Wheatley Award 2010 for “outstanding contributions to the field of aerospace education.”: 2010.

UVU Ethics Across the Curriculum Faculty Advisory Committee, 2009. Research award: 2009.

Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers – from student nominations: 2003 and 2004.

UAA Laursen Award recipient, 2000, for “the achievement of teaching excellence in collegiate aviation.”: 2000.

Nominee, ERAU Outstanding Researcher of the Year award: 2001 and 2002.

Grants-In-Aid

PSC-CUNY, Investigation of the addition of Unmanned Aerial Vehicle curriculum to aviation management degree programs.. 2015: Not funded.

PSC-Cuny, Addressing the shortage of aviation professionals. 2014: Not funded.

Fund for the Improvement of Post-Secondary Education (FIPSE), Retention of Women in Collegiate Aviation Flight Program. 2000-2001: $25,000.

Sloan Foundation Grant, Retention of Women in Collegiate Aviation Flight Program. 1999: $26,400.

ERAU Research Grant, Cultural Considerations in Human Factors Aspects of Aircraft Cockpit Design and Operation. 1999: $6,890.

ERAU Research Grant, Maximizing the retention of women in collegiate aviation flight programs. 1998: $11,195.

ERAU Professional Development Grant, Flight Training. 1998: $5,250.

National Endowment for the Humanities, Integraation of the Humanities into Technical Coureses, Grant Applicant. 2009: .

Fund for the Improvement of Post-Secondary Education, Retention of Women in Collegiate Aviation Flight Programs Education. 1999-2003: $244,904.

Offices Held In Professional Societies

President, University Aviation Association (UAA): 2001-2002.

President-elect (UAA): 2000-2001.

Treasurer (UAA): 1999-2000.

Past-President: 2002-2003.

Other Professional Activities and Public Service

Federal Aviation Administration FAASTeam (Safety): 1999-present.

Chair, UAA Awards committee: 2001.

Chair, UAA Nominations, Finance, and Membership Committees: 2003.

UAA Committee member; Publications (Editorial Board), Scholarship, Flight Education: 2000-present.

UAA Best Practices Roundtable organizer: 2000.

American Association of University Women: Activities, Membership: 2010.

Green, Mavis
 

Green, Mavis
Associate Professor
Business and Economics