The Department of Aviation Technology's educational mission focuses on the preparation of graduates for challenging and rewarding careers in the aviation industry. Purdue University offers a diverse, internationally recognized aviation education program at a world class teaching and research institution. The department serves approximately 610 students on the West Lafayette Campus and 95 students at the Indianapolis Statewide Technology location. The department has 33 full-time faculty and is an active participant in the graduate program of the College of Technology.

The Aviation Technology Faculty and Staff Series includes journal articles, conference papers, and reviewed abstracts of posters and presentations from both faculty and staff from the Aviation Technology program at Purdue University.

Any questions or concerns about this series should be directly to the Purdue e-Pubs administration (epubs@purdue.edu), or to the series administrator, Jennifer Kirschner (a3ir@purdue.edu).

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Submissions from 2013

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Evaluation of the US Airline Industry: The Airline Quality Rating 2012, Brent D. Bowen and Dean E. Headley

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Development of a Model of Airline Consumer Satisfaction, Erin E. Bowen, Brent D. Bowen, and Dean E. Headley

Submissions from 2012

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An Innovative Leadership Effectiveness Measure: Applied Analytic Indicators of High-Consequence Industry Performance, Brent D. Bowen, Erin E. Bowen, Dean E. Headley, Hatice Küçükönal, and Clay Wildt

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Perceptions of Industry Change: Decadal Comparative Analysis of Consumer Satisfaction, Brent D. Bowen, Erin E. Bowen, Dean E. Headley, and Edward Sabin

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Able Flight at Purdue: Opportunities in Technology, Erin E. Bowen, Jennifer Kirschner, Scott R. Winter, Kevin Crombie, and Bernard Wulle

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Advancing a qualitative-based research construct: Methods and applications, Chien-tsung Lu, Jennifer Kirschner, Brent D. Bowen, and Erin E. Bowen

Submissions from 2011

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The Digital Migration of Research Dissemination in Aviation Psychology Disciplines, Brent D. Bowen, Erin E. Bowen, Henry R. Lehrer Ph.D., John H. Mott, Charles Watkinson, Mark P. Newton, and Jennifer Kirschner