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Voyager Village

Martin Rottler is graduate student working on a Master of Science degree in Education at the University of North Dakota in Grand Forks. He recieved his Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of North Dakota’s Honors Program with minors from the John D. Odegard School of Aerospace Sciences in Aviation Management and Professional Flight. As part of the graduation requirements of the Honors program, he wrote a Senior Research Thesis entitled “A Proposal for an Extracurricular Supplemental Aviation Education Program for North Dakota Tribal Schools.” Martin is an FAA licensed Certified Flight Instructor and Commercial Pilot for single and multi-engine aircraft, holds an Instrument Rating and is a self-professed “airline business junkie.” In addition, Martin completed transition training in the Cirrus SR22 as part of an internship with the company in 2007.

Currently, Martin is working with his advisor on developing an aviation education curriculum for middle and high school students as proposed in his undergraduate thesis.

Some of Martin’s biggest passions include flying, travel and writing. This blog will be a source of ruminations related to these passions as he has the opportunity to travel across Grand Forks, the USA and around the world.

2 Comments
  1. March 4, 2008 6:09 pm

    🙂

  2. John Vanderplough permalink
    March 21, 2008 10:36 pm

    Hello, Martin,
    Came across your blog with a Google alert for CISV. I’ve been in 6 villages (Villager 1959, 2JC, asst.director, 2director,) National Trustee at Large, Int’l Research Committee, Cinci chapter member now– but originally from Michigan City. Drop me an email address so we can share CISV stuff as well as aviation. I’d like to know how you became involved. Thanks!
    John V. Fairfield, Ohio

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