With the recent announcement of Dr. Tim Brady to the position of Interim Chancellor of the Daytona Beach campus, Embry-Riddle has tapped into one of its longtime leaders in higher education. In his 17 years at Embry-Riddle and in current role as Dean of the College of Aviation at Daytona Beach (and more than 30 years in higher educationadministration and teaching), he has been a champion for collegiate flight training through his work with the FAA and Congress.
From her beginnings as an art teacher in Cincinnati, Ohio, to her gifts of five iconic pieces of art to Embry-Riddle’s Daytona Beach Campus, Helen Wessel has spent a lifetime supporting the arts and bringing its beauty to the lives of students. During the past two decades, Wessel has funded the installation of artwork at the Daytona Beach Campus that has become woven into the fabric of the student experience.
Embry-Riddle will commence its 90th anniversary celebration at the Prescott Campus’ OctoberWest Homecoming event Sept. 30 through Oct. 3, 2015. Highlighting the event is the Wings Out West Air Show, a free private show.
Embry-Riddle can help students and professionals prepare for the Project Management Professional (PMP®) Certification exam with a new boot camp that begins in August. Through use of a live, virtual classroom, students can communicate in real-time with professors and ask questions, share ideas and interact and collaborate with other students around the globe.