Christopher C. Gray
I have been teaching and working in manufacturing and engineering-related fields for more than 30 years. I was originally trained as an All Around Machinist by the Bryant Grinder Corporation. I have an Associate of Science degree in Manufacturing Technology; a Bachelor's of Science degree in Industrial Arts Education and a Master's of Arts degree in Education. I have developed and taught state-approved manufacturing apprenticeship programs for both New Hampshire and Vermont as well as high school and college-level manufacturing and engineering curricula. Prior to coming to Vermont Tech as an Assistant Professor, I was the Mechanical Engineering Lab Manager at the Shiley-Marcos School of Engineering at the University of San Diego and I was a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Sustainable Product Design and Innovation major at Keene State College. Throughout my career, I have been heavily involved with SkillsUSA, a national career and technical student organization (CTSO) that focuses on developing youth leadership through technical education. I am extremely excited to bring my passion and enthusiasm for manufacturing and applied engineering to the students and community of Vermont Tech.