Two separate $750 scholarships are available for students in the School of Aviation
Sciences to attend the2015 University Aviation Association (UAA) Policy Seminar January 5-9, in Washington D.C.
1. Be a full time in-person student registered in the School of Aviation Sciences.
2. Submit a 500 word essay to Assistant Professor Darrell J. Green as to why you should
attend the Aviation Policy Seminar in Washington, DC.
3. Complete any required reading and attend the 2015 University Aviation Association
(UAA) Aviation Policy Seminar (January 5 – 9).
4. Upon completion of the Seminar, must submit a six page paper on “What You Learned at
the UAA Policy Seminar.”
Application Deadline: November 7, 2014
Seminar Summary: “During the first full week of January each year, approximately 40 to 50 students from UAA member institutions converge in Washington, DC for the UAA Aviation Policy Seminar. The students and faculty facilitators spend the week traveling around DC to visit the leaders of industry associations, the NTSB, the FAA, and Congressional staff. Attendees learn or gain a better understanding of how these leaders interact in establishing aviation policy. The seminar offers valuable insight into how the students and faculty can participate in the process now and in the future.
Other highlights of the week may include visits to the NTSB Flight Recorder and Materials labs, the Air and Space Museum, and other unique DC sites.” UAA website:www.imis100us1.com/UAA/UAAMain/For_Students/Aviation_Policy_Seminar/2013_DC _Seminar.aspx
￼￼Approximate total cost:
Registration: $350.00 (By 12/02/2014)
Travel: $450.00 – $700
(Return from SLC)
(Food / shuttle)