Aerospace Safety Symposia

The Aerospace Safety Committee seeks to maintain and enhance the safety culture of the Aerospace Department. One way in which the Committee does this is through hosting speakers at the yearly Aerospace Safety Symposium. Links to past Symposia speakers are collected below.

2018-2019

Brian Snow, ATC

Greg Michael, International Aviation Safety Consultant

2020-2021

Sabrina Woods, FAA Aviation Accident and Incident Analyst: Humans, Hazards, and Cognitive Bias

Rob Markise and Tim Allen, FAA Aviation Safety Inspectors: Illegal Charter Ops (PW: nR*caN6W)

Mary Keller and Elisa Marfise, NASA's Aviation Safety Reporting System: Contributions to Aviation Safety

 

To apply for a flight lab, follow the steps below.

Step 1:
Download and read the Flight Lab Guide thoroughly and review the additional costs of flight labs.

A summary checklist is also available.

Step 2:
Complete the "Flight Lab Request Form" for the semester you wish to enroll within the application period specified.  You will receive an email confirmation of your submission.  Late or inaccurate submissions will be considered only after all other applications.

Spring 2022:
Flight Lab Request Form

Fall 2021:
Flight Lab Request Form

 

Fall Application
June 1 – June 30

Spring Application
Sept 15 – Nov 15 

Summer Application
Feb 15 – April 15

Additional Tools

Applicable Flight School Deadlines Operations Reference Manual Flight Scheduling System