The aviation faculty members at Central Missouri represent a range of academic and professional training. All faculty hold terminal degrees in their areas of specialization and practices in the field.
Chief Flight Instructor and Assistant Professor, M.S., University of Central Missouri, Aviation Safety. Certifications: Airline Transport Pilot for Airplane
Multiengine Land, Commercial Pilot for Airplane Single; Instrument; Glider, and Aero Tow, Flight Instructor for Airplane Single and Multiengine Instrument Airplane; Glider, Ground Instructor for Advanced and Instrument, FAA Designated Pilot Examiner, and Aviation Safety Counselor.
Located in Hangar 3 at Skyhaven Airport
| John Horine, Ed.D.
Professor Emeritis of Aviation, Ed.D., University of Missouri. Teaching areas: Aviation Management, Air Transportation, Technical Report Writing, Development of Industrial Education. Research area: thesis consultant. Dr. Horine also serves as the Program Coordinator for students enrolled in the Aviation Safety graduate program.
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|William (Bill) Runyon
Assistant Chief Flight Instructor. B.A. in Science/Religion Mid-America Nazarene University, M.S., University of Central Missouri, Aviation Safety. Experience and Expertise: Commercial Pilot Airplane Single Engine Land, Airplane Multi Engine Land, and Glider- Aero Tow & Ground launch qualified, Flight Instructor for Airplane Single and Multiengine Instrument Airplane; Glider. Glider and banner tow qualified. Tailwheel instructor. FAA Safety Team Representative.
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Professor of Aviation with an Ed.S in Indus. Education, MS in Aviation Safety, BS in Psychology. Teaching areas: Aircraft Accident Investigation, Aerodynamics, Aviation History, Aeronautics, Systems, Powerplants etc. Prior to rejoining the Aviation Department he was Director of Engineering and Product Development for Renegade Light Sport Aircraft Mfg. where he oversaw development and installation of the first “Lycoming Light Sport Powerplant with an electronic “capacitive discharge” ignition system. He has been a private pilot since 1967 and has worked as an airport manager, SAR (Search and Rescue) Aircrew in the USCG, Aircraft Accident Investigator, Expert Witness in both Aviation and Maritime Accident Litigation and has conducted extensive research in aviation history. Mr. Schieszer currently serves as the Undergraduate Program Coordinator for students enrolled in any aviation undergraduate program.
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