Andrew Ryan

Andrew Ryan

Andrew Ryan

Adjunct Faculty

Aviation, Route Utilization on the National Airspace System

In addition to teaching for the School of Integrative Studies, and pursuing a PhD in Information Technology, Andrew J. Ryan works full time as a consultant in an aviation firm. His work includes research on decongesting the National Airspace System and route utilization algorithms for sectors. Ryan is also a public speaker, having given talks at numerous schools and universities. Raised in the Bronx, New York, Ryan believes in the adage: "To whom much is given, much is expected." Toward this end, Ryan is never too busy for his "young scholars" and pushes them to their limit every semester.

 

Degrees

B.S. in Computer Science, Binghamton University (SUNY)
M.S. in Systems Engineering, George Mason University

Current Projects

Route Utilization on the National Airspace System

Knowledge Management in the Federal Aviation Administration

Writing a book on Tupac Shakur

Courses Taught

NCLC 120 - The Natural World
NCLC 249 - Internet Literacy
NCLC 475 - Multimedia Research and Concept Development
NCLC 475 - Beats, Rhyme, and Culture