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Deak Arch

Associate Professor
FULR 114
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.


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)


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