NDSU UAS Advisory Panel
The Unmanned Aircraft Systems Advisory Panel was established to fulfill several objectives:
- Establish and update university procedures to assure compliance with university policy 723 Use of Unmanned Aircraft Systems.
- Review and approve use of Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) at the University for research and education purposes. The Panel reviews that the regulations are being followed and considers any ethical or privacy aspects of proposed UAS flight activity.
- Facilitate communication across the campus about the opportunities presented by this emerging technology.
- Identify ideas and recommendations to increase UAS related research and education at the University.
Advisory panel members were chosen for service on the panel by their college deans. The facilitator of the NDSU UAS Advisory Panel is Aaron Reinholz, Director of Research Operations in the Office of Research and Creative Activity. Reinholz also serves as the NDSU point of contact with the Northern Plains UAS Test Site.
Members of the NDSU UAS Advisory Panel
|Dr. Sreekala Bajwa||College of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Natural Resources|
|Mr. Michael Strand||College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences|
|Dr. Michal Jaroszynski||College of Business|
|Dr. Yildirim Bora Suzen||College of Engineering|
|Dr. Adam Marx||College of Human Development and Education|
|Dr. Anne Denton||College of Science and Mathematics|
|Dr. Charlene Wolf-Hall||Provost Office|
|Mr. Matt Skoy||Director for Student Activities|
|Mr. Aaron Reinholz||Office of Research and Creative Activity|
|VP Harvey Link||North Dakota State College of Science|
|Dr. Aaron Kingsbury||Mayville State University|