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CWU's Amy Hoover Featured in General Aviation News

If the best way to learn something is to teach it, then one would be wise to look towards Dr. Amy Hoover for flying advice.

As a long-time professor and twice elected chair (2007-2015) of the Aviation Department at Central Washington University, Hoover’s 30-year career in aviation includes more than 6,000 hours of logged flight time, 3,800 hours of instruction, and an astounding 8,000 hours of classroom teaching.

Guiding university students during the school year through structured curriculum and into professional careers as pilots and industry managers, Hoover spends her summers in neighboring Idaho, teaching backcountry and mountain flying.

Read more of this story in General Aviation News.

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