Aviation Alumnus, Matthew Furedy returns to UCM as an Assistant Professor of Aviation with expertise in the area of airport planning with an emphasis in airport design. With thirteen years of experience developing future projects for both large commercial and small general aviation airports, research and teaching assignments, and leading aviation development in Nevada as the State Aviation Manager, Mr. Furedy brings with him a plethora of tangible real world knowledge in Airport Management and a passion for higher learning in the field of Aviation.
Mr. Furedy has obtained the following credentials: M.S. Degree in Aeronautical Science in Aviation Safety from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (2013), a B.S. Degree in Aviation Management from the University of Central Missouri (1999), and is currently a doctoral candidate of Education at Gwynedd Mercy University.