Senior student Albert Ma, under the faculty supervision of Dr. Leo Murphy, took home first place in the University Aviation Association’s (UAA) 2017 Post Contest, with his submission titled “Role of Pilot Error and Crew Resource Management in Runway Excursion Accidents involving Part 121 Operators.
Ma is an Aeronautical Science major, set to graduate in May 2018. He is currently studying abroad for the fall semester at the University of Leeds, in the United Kingdom. Also a member of the PSA Airlines Cadet Program, he will be instructing at ERAU for about a year after graduation before moving on to regionals.
Interested in competing in next year’s Poster Contest? Submissions are due May 31, 2018. Read the criteria.
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