Business and Economics
|EDD||Oklahoma State University||School Administration||2006|
|MS||Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University||Aeronautics and Aerospace Operations||1996|
|BS||Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University||Professional Aeronautics||1995|
|AAS||Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University||Professional Aeronautics||1995|
|AAS||Air University||Aviation Maintenance Management||1997|
|AAS||Air University||Flight Engineering||1997|
Areas of Expertise
- Air and Ground Search and Rescue
Airport Planning and Management
Emergency Planning and Management
Advanced flight instruction
Aircraft accident investigation
Regional contingency and wartime planning
Incidence response to weapons of mass destruction
Incidence response to suicide bombers
Advanced air traffic control (ATC) operations
Instructional systems design, curriculum development and assessment
Articles in Field Of Expertise
Aceves, P.A. and Aceves, R.I.. "Student authentication and identity, online learning and the 2008 Higher Education Opportunity Act.." Continuing Higher Education Review. 73 2009: 143-152.
Aceves, R. I., and Aceves, P.A.. "Preparing aviators for the 21st century: A 3-year case study of service learning in the aviation classroom." Collegiate Aviation Review. 26 2008: 9-20.
Aceves, R. I.. "Course development issues in online education." Academic Exchange Quarterly,. 10 2006: 224-228.
Chapters in Field Of Expertise
Aceves, P., Aceves, R. and Watson, P.. "Marginalized students and the unintended consequences of technology in higher education.." Higher education, emerging technologies, and community partnerships: Concepts, models and applications. 2011: 258-268.
Refereed Proceedings in Field Of Expertise
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Non Refereed Proceedings in Field Of Expertise
Aceves, R. I. "Flying attracts students to Minnesota colleges and universities: A close-up look at St. Cloud State University’s aviation campus." Midwest Flyer. 2001: 28-30.
Monographs in Field Of Expertise
Aceves, R.I. and Lagonia, S.A.. "Academic Program Review-Aviation Science: Pilot Associate of Science and Aviation Management Associate of Science degree." . 2012: 1-25.
Midgarden, B. G., Aceves, R. I., & Griggs, R. J.. "Metropolitan State University: A focused visit to expand online offerings to include all bachelor’s degree and master’s degree programs through Minnesota online." . 2006: 1-45.
Presented Papers, Lectures, and Exhibitions and Performances
" Aceves, R.I. (Producer) and Marion, T (Director) (May 2011) CVR - Charlie Victor Romeo by Bob Berger, Patrick Daniels and Irving Gregory. Performing Arts Center York College, Jamaica New York " May 7-15, 2011: New York City and Washington DC aviation safety experts.
" United, Continental, and Airline Mergers effect on Air Cargo. (Key Note Speaker) " 2010: JFK Chamber of Commerce October Luncheon.
" Chicanos and Chicanas in Aviation: Overcoming Barriers. " September 2010: The City University of New York / York College Provost Lecture Series.
" Balancing the demands of an aviation career and family. " 2009: The City University of New York Aviation Institute at York College Executive Speakers.
" FAA Safety Aviation Accidents and the Media " 2015: Federal Aviation Adminstration Pilots.
" CUNY Aviation Institute & ASCE MET Section Air Transport Group Aviation Issues Conference. York College, Jamaica, New York (Co-Chair) " 2011: American Society of Civil Engineers, Metropolitan Section..
" Infrastructres:Key Airport Strategies. Featured Panelest 2010 New York State Transortation Summit“Navigating Opportunities”, McGraw Hill, Manhatten, NY. " 2010: NYNY PA Aviation Leadership.
" SAR Procedures and FAA Safety Down Day " 2016: New York City Search and Rescue flight crews.
Professional Honors, Prizes, Fellowships
Certificate of Special Congressional Recognition, 115th United States Congress- in recognition of outstanding and invaluable service to the community . Awarded as the Director of Operations for search, rescue, and emergency services operations in New York State. Presented by Honorable Lee Zeldon.: 2017.
The Gill Robb Wilson Award is Civil Air Patrol’s (CAP) highest award for recognizes individuals have dedicated themselves to leadership, in emergency services, the cadet program, and aerospace education: 2017.
National Life Time Achievement Award USAF - Frank G. Brewer, Sr. Civil Air Patrol Memorial Aerospace Award - Established 31 Dec 1959, the Brewer awards serve as a memorial to Mr. Frank G. Brewer, Sr. and his lifelong interest in aviation, youth, and education. Recognition is given from the national level to a single individual that has made life long and outstanding contributions, out of selfless devotion, to the advancement of youth in aerospace activities (1977-2016): 2016.
USAF CAP Aerospace Excellence Award. - Awared for adaptation of Aerospace curriculum for disabled students at Henry Vicardi School: 2016.
USAF National Emergency Services Academy - Distiguished Graduate: 2016.
Civil Air Patrol Regional Frank Brewer Award – 9 State Region. Recognition is given to a single individual that has made life long contributions, out of selfless devotion, to the advancement of youth in aerospace activities: 2016.
New York State - Frank Brewer Award - New York State - Recognition is given to a single individual that has made life long contributions, out of selfless devotion, to the advancement of youth in aerospace activities: 2015.
Miltary Honors and Decorations: Kuwait Liberation Medal presented by Government of Kuwait; Kuwait Liberation Medal presented by Kingdom of Saudi Arabia; Air Medal, 2 Air Force Achievement Medals, Meritorious Service Medal; 3 Southwest Asia Service Medals; 2 Armed Forces Expeditionary Medals, 4 Combat Readiness Medals, National Defense Service Medal; 2 Air Reserves Forces Meritorious Service Medal (2): 1978-1997.
New York New Jersey Port Authority, New York, New York, CUNY Aviation Institute Flight Simulator. 2013: $323,000.00.
St. Cloud State University Office of Sponsored Programs, St. Cloud State Univesity, St. Cloud MN, Chicanas and Chicanos in aviation: Overcoming barriers. 2009: $6,000.00.
Alfred L. and Constance C. Wolf Aviation Fund, New Mexico, Hispanics in aviation: Overcoming barriers Research. 2009: $4,000.00.
St. Cloud State University, Center for Continuing Studies, St. Cloud State University, Minnesota, Online bachelors of applied science in aviation maintenance management program development. 2003: $ 4,000.00.
Analytical Graphics, Inc, Philadelphia PA, Satellite Tool kit - software for providing four-dimensional modeling, simulation, and analysis of objects from land, sea, air, and space in order to evaluate system performance in real or simulated-time.. 2001: $52,000.00.
St. Cloud State University, St. Cloud MN, Headley hall smart classroom equipment. 2001: $16,000.00.
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Offices Held In Professional Societies
Director of Operations - Civil Air Patrol USAF - Long Island New York -: 2013-Present.
Chief Pilot - New York City and Long Island - Civil Air Patrol USAF: 2013 - Present.
Other Professional Activities and Public Service
DEA Pilot - Drug Enforcement Agency: 1997 - Present.
Disaster Relief Pilot - Federal Emergency Management Agency: 1997 - Present.
TSA Pilot - Transportation and Security Administration and Customs Border Protection: 1997-Present.
Search and Rescue Pilot - Conduct Search and Rescue: 1997-Present.
Cradle of Aviation Museum - Educational Board Member: 2013-Present.
Federal Aviation Administration Safety Team Representative: 2015-Present.
Aerospace Education Officer: I introduced nine science faculty and administrators, to adapting nationally accredited aerospace materials and curriculum into a platform that can now be utilized for a student body with physical disabilities like Cerebral Palsy, Muscular Dystrophy, Multiple Sclerosis, Spina Bifida, Traumatic Brain Injury, Osteogenesis Imperfecta and Spinal Muscular Atrophy. The Henry Viscardi School is a private, school that offers parents of children with severe physical disabilities and who often require life-sustaining medical treatment throughout the day, a traditional educational setting option that provides academics and opportunities for personal growth and leadership development. Most students at the use power wheelchairs and augmentative communication technology, and some require constant medical supervision. Although the students’ primary disability is physical, their range of complexity varies as secondary or tertiary disabilities are often factors. In 2016; I was honored to be the Henry Viscardi graduation speaker. For new adaptation of the aerospace curriculum and promoting aerospace education for disabled students, I was awarded the USAF CAP Aerospace Excellence Award.: 2014-2016.
Minnisota State Universities delegate to Civil Aviation University of China, Tianjin, China: 2007.
Long Island Aerospace/Aviation Regional Industy Council: 2012-Present.
Minnesota Department of Transportation Postsecondary Education Committee: 2001-2009.
Minnesota Statewide Aviation Maintenance Technicians Advisory Committee: 2001-2009.
Airplane Owners and Pilots Association (Certified Flight Instructor/Mentor): 1998-Present.