- Professor Emeritus, Aviation, Center for Aviation Studies
Stacy Weislogel is Professor Emeritus of Aviation, having retired from OSU in 2006. A 1962 OSU graduate in Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering, he also holds the MS and JD degrees. Joining the OSU Department of Aviation in 1968 after positions with General Dynamics/Astronautics and with Landrum and Brown Airport and Aviation Consultants, he progressed to the rank of full professor in 1979, and served as Chairman, Department of Aviation (1982-1990), as Associate Dean (1990-2006) and Interim Dean (1992) in the College of Engineering. During 1993-2006 he was the Transportation Research Center of Ohio board secretary. He is a registered professional engineer and licensed attorney in Ohio; member of AABI, AIAA, AOPA, ISASI, LPBA, NAFI, ORBAA, QB, SETP, UAA; recipient of the University Aviation Association President's Award for leadership and distinguished service to collegiate aviation, the FAA Award for Excellence in Aviation Education, and the United Airlines Award for Outstanding Contributions to Aerospace Education; has served as University Aviation Association president and chairman of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics General Aviation Systems Technical Committee; and is an FAA certificated airman - ATP, CFI(ASMEL, Instrument), A&IGI. Following retirement he has voluntarily served several aviation organizations, including the Ohio Aerospace and Aviation Council, the NetJets Family Foundation Board, and has conducted independent research reported to the University Aviation Association. He serves on the OSU Center for Aviation Studies Oversight Committee and is Secretary of the OSU Aviation Alumni Society.