Aero-News Speaks With Daniel Webster College's Dr. Robert
As the American airline
industry returns ever-so-slowly to health, an increasing number of
students are expected to seek their collegiate educations at
aviation-minded institutions such as New Hampshire's Daniel
Webster College. With ever-increasing competition from such
entities as Embry-Riddle and Pan Am Flight Training, what does DWC
President Dr. Myers (below, right) feel makes his college
"There is a very unique approach to teaching students [at Daniel
Webster]," Dr. Myers told ANN Senior Correspondent Kevin O'Brien
recently at the 2005 NBAA Convention. "From the day they enter the
classroom, they're in a plane... they're not waiting a year for
access to flying time. They're flying immediately."
(And he should know, as he's also working on his private pilot
license at the college.)
Listen to more of Myers'
views on flight training -- including how the New England weather
affects student training, as well as DWC's plans for
students who haven't been to college for some time
-- in today's ANN Special Report.
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Aero-News Special Report -- Dr. Robert
Myers of Daniel Webster College: 11.29.05 (Today's
special feature, with DWC's Dr. Robert Myers.)
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