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Deak Arch

Associate Professor
Aviation
FULR 114
arch@ohio.edu
Phone: 740.597.2688

Deak Arch is an associate professor in the Department of Aviation at Ohio University. Deak holds many certificates issued by the Federal Aviation Administration, including: an airline transport certificate with a Cessna Citation 500 type rating, a gold seal flight instructor certificate for both single and multiengine aircraft. Deak also is a certified airframe and powerplant mechanic.


Research Interests: aviation technology, technology in aviation training

All Degrees Earned: M.C.A., Delta State University, 2001. B.C.A., Delta State University, 2000.

Publications:

Arch, Deak D. “A Comparative Analysis of Title 14 Code of Federal Regulations Part 141 Flight Programs.” International Journal of Aviation Training & Research. Volume 1, Issue 1 (2007),

Arch, Sherman. “The Use of Technology in Collegiate Aviation Programs.” Collegiate Aviation Review. Volume 24, Number 1 (2006),

Arch, Sherman. “Transitioning to Glass Cockpit Primary Training Fleets: Implications.” The Journal of Aviation/Aerospace Education and Research, Volume 15: Number 3 (2006),

Arch, Deak, D. “The Role of Information Technology (IT) in the Aviation Weather Support System.” In the ninth edition of Aviation Meteorology Unscrambled (2006)

Awards:

Marvin E. and Ann D. White Research Award (2012, 2008, 2007); Marvin E. and Ann D. White Teaching Award (2010, 2006)