Lori  is a Fellow of the Royal Aeronautical Society and has been affiliated with aerospace, since 1980’s and is passionate about diversity in STEM areas of education. She is a Professor and Researcher at Western Michigan University, College of Aviation

She serves as a
Faculty Military Evaluator for America's Council on Education (ACE) for military aviation programs- Navy, Marines, Coast Guard, Air Force, Army to provide . credit recommendations for formal courses and occupations offered by military.

She serves on the International Pilot Training Association (IPTA) outreach and recruitment work-stream  and Council and  the  ICAO Next Generation of Aviation Professionals (NGAP)  program. 

Research investigator for The Partnership to Enhance General Aviation Safety, Accessibility and Sustainability (PEGASAS) - a Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Center of Excellence for General Aviation.  Evaluating Weather Technologies in the Cockpit and VFR into IMC Training. Funded by the FAA.

Lori is actively developing and researching augmented reality, mixed reality and virtual reality for aviation education, working with technologies such as Microsoft HoloLens, Epson Moverio BT and Samsung Gear VR to   revolutionize technical training practices and take human performance to new heights.

In recent years, her work is featured in Quebec at
ICAO Next Generation of Aviation Professionals , at WATS World Aviation Training Summit, in China at the China Aviation Education and Training Symposium in Shanghai,  in London at the Royal Aeronautical Society Simulation Summit, in Hawaii at The Probabilistic Safety Assessment & Management conference, Vienna at the Society for Light Treatment & Biological Rhythms, and Malta at European Aviation Psychology Symposium ,  in Dayton at the International Symposium on Aviation Psychology,  Also featured in several industry publications.


She is the principle investigator with Ala Al-Fuqua, Gregory Ostroy, Dennis McFall and Ihab Ahmed Mohammed developing augmented reality applications for the technical aviation training and the CRJ200 aircraft funded by the
WMU Technology Development award WMU Research Foundation– see the interview Lori Brown WMU

Her research is essential to address some of the most important questions in aviation science, and to develop the next generation of workers for America’s aerospace industry. She has numerous research grants, publications and industry presentations in this area.

EDUCATION

 

Master of Science, in Aviation Human Factors, Swinburne University, International Scholars Graduate Program, College of Engineering and Technology, Hawthorne, Australia.

 

Naval Post Graduate School & the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Center for Homeland Defense - Online Courses

Critical Infrastructure: Vulnerability Analysis and Protection •Technology for Homeland Security: Inspection and Detection Technologies •Research Process and Methods in Homeland Security

 

European Association for Aviation Psychology

Human Factors in Aviation and Aviation Psychology

 

Harvard Manage Mentor-an innovative work-based learning approach that focuses on application of skills on the job.

 

PROFESSIONAL TRAINING, CERTIFICATION, AND LICENSES

F.A.A. Airline Transport Pilot

J.A.A. Certified Multi Crew Coordination Instructor

Human Factors Specialist 

F.A.A. Advanced Ground Instructor, Instrument Ground Instructor

CITI Collaborative Institutional Training Research with Human Subjects

 

PROFESSIONAL/ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE

8/01- Present  Associate Professor, College of Aviation, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI

 

2009 – Present Faculty Aviation Education Evaluator, Military Aerospace Programs and Occupations (Navy, Air Force, Army, Marines, Coast Guard), American Council on Education (ACE), Washington, DC.

 

2008 – Present Faculty Evaluator Civilian Aerospace Programs

College Credit Recommendation Service (CREDIT), Washington, DC.

 

2001  JAA and 737 Simulator Instructor (PT), College of Aviation, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI.

 

1998  Simulator/Ground Instructor (Commander Jetprop). Flight Safety International, Bethany Oklahoma.

 

1992 Airline Transport Pilot. Based in Guam, Saipan, Chicago, Miami, Dallas.

 

1988  Operational Supervisor, Continental Airlines, Honolulu, Hawaii.

 

Selected PUBLICATIONS

Brown, L, Whitehurst G., (2015).  THE EFFECTS OF BRIGHT LIGHT INTERVENTION ON FLIGHT CREW BEHAVIORAL ALERTNESS AND COGNITIVE FATIGUE.  In proceedings of the 18th International Symposium on Aviation Psychology. Wright State University, Dayton, OH.

 

Brown, L., Schoutens, T., Davis, T., Booker, T., Diehl, R., Losinski, S., Fox., (2014).  The Effects of Light Exposure on Flight Crew Behavioral Alertness.  The European Aviation Psychology Symposium.  Valletta, Malta. 2014

 

Brown, L., (2014) Effect of Blue light on Pilot Alertness. Society of Light Therapy and  Bio Rhythms (SLTBR). Vienna, Austria.

 

Brown, L., Schoutens, T., Davis, T., Booker, T., Fox J.,(2014).  The Effects of Light Exposure on Flight Crew Alertness Levels to Enhance Fatigue Management Prediction Models. Probabilistic Safety Assessment & Management. Session 2-02: Application Areas: Application: Aviation and Space.

 

Brown, L., Schoutens, A.M.C., Whitehurst, G., Booker, T., Davis, T., Losinski, S., Diehl, R. The Effect of Blue Light Therapy on Flight Crew-Members Behavioral Alertness (February 27, 2014). Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=2402409 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.2402409

 

Brown, L., (2013).  NextGen Technologies Shape the Future of Aviation. The International Journal of Aviation Technology, Engineering and Management (IJATEM) IGI Global Publishing, Hershey, PA .

 

Brown, L., & Whitehurst, G. (2013), Effects of Commuting on Crewmember Fatigue (October 13, 2012). Social Science Research Network. Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=2339753

 

Brown, L., Cerullo, A., Dong, L., (2012). The Evaluation of Wireless Communication Devices: To Improve In-Flight Security Onboard Commercial Aircraft. In Abu-Taieh, E., El Sheikh, A., & Jafari, M. (Eds.), Technology Engineering and Management in Aviation (pp. 190-202), doi:10.4018/978-1-60960-887-3. IGI Global Publishing, Hershey, PA .

Brown, L., & Whittles, J. (2012). Best Practices for Integration of Tablet Technologies in Aviation Training. In conference proceedings of the European Aviation Psychology Symposium, (EAAP) Sardinia, Italy. 

 

Brown, L., (2012). Wireless Communication Devices in Commercial Aviation. In conference  proceedings of the International Council of the Aeronautical Sciences, (ICAS), Brisbane, Australia.

 

Brown, L. J., (2012).  Countermeasures to mitigate effects of fatigue among flight attendants: to improve transportation safety and productivity. The Future of Aviation Psychology, 181.

 

Brown, L., & Whitehurst, G. (2011). The Effects of Commuting on Pilot Fatigue. In proceedings of the Sixteenth International Symposium on Aviation Psychology. Wright State University, Dayton, OH.

 

Brown, L., & Rantz, W. (2010). The Efficacy of Flight Attendant/Pilot Communication, in a Post 9/11 Environment: Viewed from Both Sides of the Fortress Door. International Journal of Applied Aviation Studies. 10(1) pp. 227-248.

 

Brown, L., (2010). In-flight Security Onboard Commercial Aircraft: Critical Improvements Needed. In conference proceedings of the International Council of the Aeronautical Sciences, (ICAS), Nice, France.

 

Brown, L., (2010). Countermeasures to Mitigate Fatigue.  In conference proceedings of the International Council of the Aeronautical Sciences, (ICAS), Nice, France.

 

Brown, L., (2010). A Global study of Pilot/Flight Attendant Coordination and Communication. In conference proceedings of the European Aviation Psychology Symposium, (EAAP), Budapest, Hungary.

 

Brown, L, (2010). The Evaluation of Wireless Communication Devices: To Improve In-Flight Security On board Commercial Aircraft. In Abu-Taieh, E. M.(Eds.), International Journal of Aviation Technology, Engineering and Management (IJATEM), doi:10.4018/IJATEM

 

Brown, L., (2010). Both Sides of the Cockpit Door: a Global study of Pilot/Flight Attendant Coordination and Communication. In conference proceedings of the World Aviation Training Symposium, (WATS) combined with Cabin Safety Symposium. Orlando, FL.

 

Brown, L., (2009). Preparing for In-Flight Security Threats . In  Seidenstat, P., & Splane, F. (Eds.),  Protecting Airline Passengers in the Age of Terrorism (pp. 123-148) isbn: 978-0-313-35453-3. Praeger Security International, Santa Barbara, CA.

 

Brown, L., (2009). Wireless Communication to Improve Pilot/Flight Attendant Communication. In conference proceedings of the World Aviation training Conference and Trade Show, (WATS). Orlando, FL.

 

Brown, L., (2009). Countermeasures to Mitigate Effects of Fatigue Among Flight Attendants. In proceedings of International Aircraft Cabin Safety Symposium. Torrance, CA.

 

Brown, L., (2009). Communication to Improve Pilot/Flight Attendant  Safety. In conference proceedings World Aviation Training Conference and Trade: Civil Aviation Training Journal, April 28-30, Orlando, FL.

 

Brown, L., (2009).Improving Pilot/Flight Attendant Communications to Enhance Corporate Aviation Security.  Published in Conference proceedings: Flight Safety Foundation, Corporate Aviation Safety Seminar. Orlando, FL.

 

Brown, L., (2008). Critical Improvements needed for US Safety and Security. Aviation Security International, Global Journal for Airport and Airline Security, Volume 14, issue (2) pp. 26-29.

 

Brown, L., (2008).  Mitigating Effects of Fatigue, to Increase Safety and Productivity, for European Aviation Business Culture. In conference proceedings of the 28th annual European Association for Aviation Psychology. October 2008, Valencia, Spain.

 

Brown, L., & J. Niehaus, (2008). Countermeasures to Mitigate Effects of Fatigue: to Improve Transportation Safety and Productivity. In conference proceedings-15th International Symposium on Aviation Psychology, April 27-30, 2009, Wright State University, Dayton, OH.

 

PUBLICATIONS Non Peer Reviewed

 

Brown, L., (2013) Generation Y: Tap into your unique skills to navigate your way into a successful internship. AAIS Singapore. Singapore Airshow, Aero Career Guide 2014/15.

 

Brown, L., & Barnes, R., (2011). Preparing the Seed Corn. Journal of Civil Aviation Training. (5) pp. 16-19.

 

Brown, L., (2010). New Technology Could Dramatically Improve

Communication and Enhance In-flight Security. International Aviation Firefighters Association. Winter pp. 14-19.

 

Brown, L., (2010) New Technology Can Dramatically Enhance Security and Thwart Terrorist Attacks. Airliners.net  from http://www.airliners.net/aviation-articles/read.main?id=150

 

Brown, L., (2009). US Air Flight 1549 Raises Fatigue issues Among Airline Crews. Airliners.net. From http://www.airliners.net/aviation-articles/read.main?id=143

 

Brown, L., (2008). Lingering Inadequacies in Post 9/11 Security. Airliners.net.  January 14, 2008, from http://www.airliners.net/articles/read.main?id=117

 

PROFESSIONAL PRESENATIONS (Peer reviewed and invited)

 

Brown, L., Lin, R., (2015). "Designing Customized Technologies to Prepare for the Future of Aviation Training to Meet the Needs of The Next Generation of Aviation Professionals in China' The China Aviation Expo 2015. Beijing, China, September, 2015.

 

Brown, L., Whitehurst, G., (2015). " Designing Customized 3D Mobile Aviation Simulation to Prepare for the Future." Royal Aeronautical Society. Challenges in Aviation Simulation Conference. June, 2015. London, England. 

 

Brown, L., (2015).  Training the Next Generation for Aviation Professionals. China Aviation Education and Training Symposium. Shanghai, China. April 2015- Keynote Speaker and Moderator

 

Brown, L., (2014). Outreaching to Generation Alpha. ICAO Next Generation of Aviation Professionals 2nd annual Symposium. Montreal, Quebec, 2014.

 

 

Brown, L., Davis, T., (2014) Effect of Blue light on Behavioral. European Aviation Psychology Symposium. Valletta, Malta

 

 

Brown, L., Booker, T.,  (2014).  The Effects of Light Exposure on Flight Crew Alertness Levels to Enhance Fatigue Management Prediction Models. Probabilistic Safety Assessment & Management. Session 2-02: Application Areas: Application: Aviation and Space. Honolulu, Hawaii

 

Brown, L., Booker, T., &  Davis, T., (2014).  Evaluating the Effect of Light on Crew Alertness. The World Aviation Training Symposium, (WATS), Orlando, FL

 

Brown, L., & Whittles, J., (2013).  Harnessing Technology to Create Leading Edge Training Solutions in Aviation. World Aviation Training Symposium, (WATS), Orlando, FL.

 

Brown, L., & Saeulenou, S., (2013).  Shining the Light on Fatigue. World Aviation Training Symposium, (WATS), Orlando, FL.

 

Brown, L., (2013) Engaging the Next Generation of Aviation Professionals. Association of Aerospace Industries (Singapore), 2013.

 

Brown, L. (2012). Best Practices for Integration of Tablet Technologies in Aviation Training. European Aviation Psychology Symposium, (EAAP) Sardinia, Italy.

 

Brown, L., (2012). Implementing High Lux Lights to Mitigate Fatigue for Aircrew. Aviation Outlook China, Shanghai, China.

 

Brown, L., & Beauregard, S., (2012). The Next Generation of Aviation Professionals, Gen Why. World Aviation Training Symposium, (WATS), Orlando, FL.

 

Brown. L., (2012). Student Concerns in Aviation Flight Careers. The Regional Airlines Association. Phoenix, Az.

 

Brown, L., (2011). Pilot/Flight Attendant Communication Workshop.  International Cabin Safety Symposium, (CSS), Frankfurt, Germany

 

Brown, L., (2010). An Ongoing Study on Commuting and Pilot Fatigue. National Academies of Science. Washington D.C.

 

Brown, L., (2010). Both Sides of the Cockpit Door: a Global study of Pilot/Flight Attendant Coordination and Communication. The Annual International Aircraft

Cabin Safety Symposium, Orlando, FL.

 

Brown, L., (2010). A Global study of Pilot/Flight Attendant Coordination and Communication. European Aviation Psychology Symposium, (EAAP), Budapest, Hungary.

 

Brown, L, (2010). The Evaluation of Wireless Communication Devices: To Improve In-Flight Security On board Commercial Aircraft. International Aviation Technology, Engineering and Management Symposium, New Orleans, LA.

 

Brown, L., (2009). Countermeasures to Mitigate Effects of Fatigue Among Flight Attendants. International Aircraft Cabin Safety Symposium. Torrance, CA. 2009, International Cabin Safety Symposium, (CSS), Torrance, CA.

 

Brown, L. (2009). Wireless Communication to Improve Pilot/Flight Attendant Communication. World Aviation training Conference and Trade Show, (WATS). Orlando, FL.

 

Brown, L., (2008).  Mitigating Effects of Fatigue, to Increase Safety and Productivity, for European Aviation Business Culture. 28th annual European Association for Aviation Psychology. Valencia, Spain.

 

 

POSTER PRESENTATIONS

 

Brown, L., (2014) Effect of Blue light on Pilot Alertness. Society of Light Therapy and Bio Rhythms (SLTBR). Vienna, Austria

 

Brown, L., & Whitehurst, G. (2011). The Effects of Commuting on Pilot Fatigue. In proceedings of the Sixteenth International Symposium on Aviation Psychology. Dayton, OH, Wright State University. Poster session presented at the16th International Symposium on Aviation Psychology, Wright State University, Dayton, OH

 

Brown, L., (2010). In-flight Security Onboard Commercial Aircraft: Critical Improvements Needed. Poster session presented at the International Council of the Aeronautical Sciences, (ICAS), Nice, France.

 

Brown, L., (2010). Countermeasures to Mitigate Fatigue.  Poster session presented at the International Council of the Aeronautical Sciences, (ICAS), Nice, France.

 

Brown, L., & J. Niehaus, (2009).Flight Attendant Pilot Communications and Security Training, in a Post 9/11 Environment. Poster session presented at the Third Annual Western Michigan University Research and Creative Activities Poster Day. Kalamazoo, MI.

 

Brown, L., & J. Niehaus, (2009). Effects of Fatigue among Flight Attendants. Poster session presented at the fall Education Conference, virtual student poster competition,  Wichita, KS.

 

Brown, L., & J. Niehaus, (2008). Countermeasures to Mitigate Effects of Fatigue among Flight Attendants: to improve transportation safety and productivity.  Poster session presented at the 15th International Symposium on Aviation Psychology, April 27-30, Wright State University, Dayton, OH.

 

RESEARCH GRANTS, AWARDS, and SECURED GIFTS

2016- Phase II, FAA Partnership to Enhance General Aviation Safety, Accessibility and Sustainability (PEGASAS), a Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Center of Excellence General Aviation. Project WMU Co- Investigator

 

2015- Phase II, FAA Partnership to Enhance General Aviation Safety, Accessibility and Sustainability (PEGASAS), a Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Center of Excellence General Aviation. Project B (2014) Transition from VFR to IMC (Active). WMU Principle Investigator

 

2015- Phase II, FAA Partnership to Enhance General Aviation Safety, Accessibility and Sustainability (PEGASAS), a Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Center of Excellence for General Aviation. Project C. General Aviation Weather Alerting (Active). WMU Principle Investigator

 

2014- Phase I, FAA Partnership to Enhance General Aviation Safety, Accessibility and Sustainability (PEGASAS), a Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Center of Excellence General Aviation. Project B. Transition from VFR to IMC, WMU Principle Investigator

 

2014- Phase I, FAA Partnership to Enhance General Aviation Safety, Accessibility and Sustainability (PEGASAS), a Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Center of Excellence for General Aviation. Project C  (2014) General Aviation Weather Alerting , WMU Principle Investigator

 

WMU OVPR Technology Development Fund Award.  Low Cost Mobile Training Solutions. (2014)  Application for  Bombardier CRJ200  (2014)  Principle Investigator, Co I- Dr. Ala Al Fuqua, Graduate student Ihab Ahmed Mohammed

 

Faculty Research and Creative Activities Award (FRACAA) 2013-2014. P.I. The Effect of Light Exposure on Flightcrew Alertness Levels to Enhance Fatigue Predication Models,  Principle Investigator

 

Instructional Program Development Grant, 2013-2014. Transforming Aircraft Systems Teaching Pedagogies to Improve Student Learning and Engagement. Principle Investigator, Dennis McFall CoI.

 

Meemic Foundation Education Grant Research, 2013-2014. P.I. Flying High with Math and Science: Engaging High Risk Youth with Kites. Principle Investigator

 

Alfred L. and Constance C. Wolf Aviation Grant Award, 2012-2013. Technology to Engage Aviation Students. Principle Investigator

 

International Education Faculty Development Fund (IEFDF), 2012. Best Practices for Integration of Tablet Technologies in Aviation Training. European Aviation Psychology Symposium, (EAAP) Sardinia, Italy. 

 

 

Research Development Award (RDA) Research Grant Award, 2010-2011, The Effects of Commuting on Pilot Fatigue, Western Michigan University. Principle Investigator

 

Department of Homeland Security DHS-10-ST-108-001 International Research in HLS S&T Mission Areas, 2011. P.I. Wireless Communication to Improve Security of Commercial Aircraft. Amount requested $459,000.00 (not funded).

 

National Academies of Science (NAS), 2010.  An Ongoing Study on Commuting and Pilot Fatigue. Washington D.C. Faculty Contributor

 

Department of Homeland Security DHS-09-ST-108-001 International Research in HLS S&T Mission Areas, 2009. P.I. Wireless Communication to Improve Security of Commercial Aircraft. Amount requested $293,696.00 (Not funded).

 

Interdisciplinary Instructional Development Grant. (2009). Boeing Company, Seattle, Washington. Integrating COFT procedures with International CRM Programs. Western Michigan University Office of the Provost.

 

Support for Faculty Scholars Award (SFSA) Research Grant Award, 2009 -2010.  Pilot/Flight Attendant Communication in China. Western Michigan University, Principle Investigator

 

International Education Faculty Development Fund (IEFDF), 2010. Asia Pacific Pilot Training Symposium, Hong Kong, China. Western Michigan University.

 

Faculty Research Travel Fund (FRTF), 2010. In-flight Security Onboard Commercial Aircraft: Critical Improvements Needed. International Council of the Aeronautical Sciences, (ICAS), Nice, France, and Global study of Pilot/Flight Attendant Coordination and Communication. European Aviation Psychology Symposium, (EAAP), Budapest, Hungary. Western Michigan University, Principle Investigator

 

STG Aerospace, CAMS system, 2009. Donated to the WMU College of Aviation for use by the Crew Safety & Security Research Team, Principle Investigator

 

Faculty Research and Creative Activities Award (FRACAA). 2008-2009. P.I. Pilot/Flight Attendant Communication. Western Michigan University, Principle Investigator

 

Spirit Airlines, MD-80 Cabin Trainer, 2009. Donated to the WMU College of Aviation for use by the Crew Safety & Security Research Team, Principle Investigator

 

NASA SBIR AND STTR, 2008. NASA Topic A1. Crew Alert and Monitor System Framework. Collaboration with Michigan Aerospace Corporation. Mitigating Fatigue with Eye Tracking in Aerospace Applications.  Co-I, amount requested 1,200.000  (not funded)

 

International Education Faculty Development Fund (IEFDF), 2008. International Aviation Safety Symposium, Flight Safety Foundation, Beijing, China. Western Michigan University, Principle Investigator

 

Faculty Research Travel Fund (FRTF), 2008. Mitigating Effects of Fatigue, to Increase Safety and Productivity, for European Aviation Business Culture. 28th annual European Association for Aviation Psychology. Valencia, Spain. Principle Investigator

 

Intellectual Property Disclosures - 2013 Next Generation Information Systems for Pilots- WMU Case # 2013-010.

 

COURSES TAUGHT at WMU 2001-Present

 

                                       AVS 1200 Introduction to Aviation

                                       AVS 1220 Aircraft Systems

AVS 1220 Aircraft Systems Lab

                                       AVS 2120 Aviation Meteorology

AVS 3060 Advanced Aerodynamics

                                       AVS 3070 Advanced Aircraft Systems

                                       AVS 3080 Advanced Aircraft Systems Lab

                                       AVS 3550 Professional Flight Theory /Commercial Pilot                                                      AVS 4110 Airline Flight Operations

                                       AVS 4120 Line Oriented Flight Crew Simulation

                                       AVS 4300   Jet Orientation Course B737 and CRJ200

IPTC JAA Aerodynamics, Aircraft Systems, Multi Crew Coordination( MCC) 

 

 

EDITORIAL REVIEW BOARDS

                                       Aviation Psychology & Applied Human Factors Journal                      (IJAP) 

Editorial Reviewer, International Journal of Human Factors and Ergonomics (IJHFE)

International Journal of Aviation Technology, Engineering and

SCIENTIFIC ADVISORY BOARDS

 

                                       Nature Bright Company

 

 

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS (Current and Past)

 

Society for Light Treatment and Biological Rhythms (SLTBR)

Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association

American Association of University Professors

European Aviation Psychology Association

University Aviation Association

Women in Aviation

ICAO Next Generation of Aviation Professionals

ALPA

 

PROFESSIONAL SERVICE

 

Present ICAO Next Generation of Aviation Professionals (NGAP)  Outreach Chair

Present International Pilot Training Consortium (IPTC) Outreach

 

2013- Present    Research Policies Council (

 

2012-2014 University Assessment Steering Committee, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI.

 

2013- Present              Affiliate Faculty Researcher, FAA Partnership to Enhance General Aviation Safety, Accessibility and Sustainability (PEGASAS), Center of Excellence for General Aviation.

2013- Present Peer Reviewer, Aviation Psychology & Applied Human Factors Journal

 

 

2009-Present The American Council on Education (ACE), Faculty Evaluator, Military Aviation Programs and Occupations to provide a collaborative link between the U. S. Department of Defense and higher education through the review of military training and experiences for the award of equivalent college credits for members of the Armed Forces.

 

2013-Present Nature Bright Company, Scientific Advisor

 

2008-Present The American Council on Education's College Credit Recommendation Service (CREDIT). Faculty Evaluator to  connect workplace learning with colleges and universities.

 

2013-Present Flight Science Curriculum Committee

 

2011-Present CoA Research Committee

 

2013 – Present ALPA ACE Club Faculty Advisor

 

2012-2013 Deans Diversity and Inclusion Committee, College of Aviation, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI.

 

2012-2013 Multicultural Association of Aviation Professionals (MAAP), Faculty Advisor, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI. 

 

2011-Present International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) Next Generation of Aviation Professionals (NGAP), Outreach Task Force.  To ensure that enough qualified and competent aviation professionals are available to operate, manage and maintain the future international air transport system. Montreal, Quebec

 

 

2011-Present Next Generation of Aviation Professionals GenY, LinkedIn Group, Founder, Manager and Moderator

 

2010-Present Calhoun Area Career Center, Aviation Advisory Board Member, Battle Creek, MI.

 

2010-2010 National Academies of Science (NAS), Effects of Commuting on Pilot Fatigue Roundtable, Washington, DC

 

2010-2012 H.R. 5900 (P.L. 111-216) Committee, College of Aviation, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI.

 

2009-Present CoA Assessment Committee, College of Aviation, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI.

 

2009-2013 The Spectrum Group Civil Aviation Team, Aviation Consultant to the Nation’s Premier Consulting Firm, Washington, DC.

 

2009-2009 Vice President for Research Search Committee Member, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI.

 

2009-2010 BcVentures Aviation and Homeland Security Committee Member

 

2008-Present College of Aviation Research Committee, College of Aviation, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI.

 

2007-Present Flight Science Program Curriculum Committee, College of AV

 

 

Western Michigan University

College of Aviation

Lori J. Brown  FRAeS

Associate Professor