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CAS LOSES TROLLIP TO BUSINESS
One of UND's top flight instruction designers is leaving the Center for Aerospace Sciences for business pursuits in Minneapolis St. Paul.
Associate Dean Robert Shumaker of CAS has informed the UND president's office that associate professor Stanley Trollip is resigning this spring to do private consulting in the Twin Cities.
Trollip, a native of South Africa, has kept a consulting business and a home in Minneapolis since coming to UND three years ago. He was the chief designer for the Spectrum pilot training program, which the non profit UND Aerospace Foundation has developed into a multimillion-dollar enterprise. It has attracted more than 100 students training under contracts with international airlines in the Pacific Rim and Persian Gulf.
Trollip, since last year has been director of a new UND computer based instruction laboratory, specializing in aviation applications.
Source: Grand Forks Herald, May 9, 1990