Business and Economics
Office Location: AC-2B06
|PhD||University of North Dakota||Aerospace Sciences||2017|
|MS||University of North Dakota||Aviation||2012|
|BA||University of North Dakota||Scholar in the Honors Program||2005|
|non-degree||Presbyterian/St. Lukes School of Nursing||Diploma: Registered Nurse||1986|
Areas of Expertise
- Dr. Cline’s research emphasizes human factors in aviation, specifically the intersection of aviation and gender. His present research explores how family life issues influence the decision to either pursue a career in aviation, or remain in the field after becoming a commercial pilot. His previous research dealt with the effect of mentoring on female Airline Transport pilots (ATP) and the go/no go decision in helicopter EMS. Dr. Cline is also heavily involved in the burgeoning field of Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS). He believes these systems will not only change aviation, but also society.
Books in Field Of Expertise
Articles in Field Of Expertise
Paul E. Cline. "The Role of Mentoring in the Careers of Female Airline Transport Pilots (ATP)." International Journal of Aviation, Aeronautics, and Aerospace. 5 2-21-2018: 15 Single Spaced.
Monographs in Field Of Expertise
Presented Papers, Lectures, and Exhibitions and Performances
" “A Tale of Three Inches: The Gendered Body in Aircraft Design: The Joint Primary Aircraft Training System” " October 27, 2016: Red River Women's Studies Conference.
" Panel Discussion: Diversity " August, 2016: Great Lakes Chapter of the American Association of Airline Executives annual meeting. South Bend, Indiana.
" “Aviation and Gender: A Socio-Biological and Political Exploration of One of Societies Last Great Bastions of Male Hegemony” " October 23, 2015: Red River Women's Studies Conference.
Other Professional Activities and Public Service
Remote Pilot with a Small Unmanned Aircraft Systems Rating: December, 2017.
Certified Flight Registered Nurse (CFRN): 2010-Present.