Directory

Dr. Stephanie Dorosko

Phone: (802) 728-1578
Department: Science, Veterinary Technology

Dr. Stephanie Dorosko teaches both Science and Veterinary Technology courses, including Zoology, Animal Nutrition, Animal Anatomy and Physiology, and Animal Behavoir.

Stephanie earned both a doctor of veterinary medicine (DVM) degree and a Ph.D. in nutritional biochemistry and metabolism at Tufts University – a clinical degree and a research degree, as she describes them.

Stephanie worked part-time as a veterinarian while working on her doctorate, which involved public health and the breastmilk transmission of HIV from mother to child. She has published a number of articles in scientific journals such as Journal of Virology and Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences.

Stephanie did post-doctoral work at Dartmouth Medical School as an assistant research professor before coming to teach at Vermont Tech. While teaching full-time, Stephanie is also a veterinarian at a clinic on the weekends and in the summer.

Stephanie says she enjoys getting students excited about learning, as well as guiding them through the transitional process from students to adults who have to balance work and life. Stephanie is an adviser to 28 students and in 2016 she earned the “Carolyn Donahue Friend of Equal Opportunity Education Award” from the Vermont Educational Opportunity Association. It honors a person who helps low-income students, first-generation students or students with disabilities succeed in college.

John Doyon

Phone: (802) 728-1000
Department: Professional Pilot Technology

Fen Du

Department: Mechanical Engineering Technology

Cheryl Duby

Department: Nursing

Jonathan Dufour

Department: Diesel Power Technology

Jessica Ebert-Edelmann

Phone: (802) 728-1000
Department: Equine Studies

Marlys Eddy

Phone: (802) 728-1780
Email: meddy@vtc.edu
Department: Landscape Design & Sustainable Horticulture

Marlys Eddy is an associate professor and program director of Landscape Design and Sustainable Horticulture. She is a plant and soil scientist with a focus on sustainable agriculture and viticulture. Her teaching is focused on plant biology courses including Botany, Greenhouse Management, and Introduction to Horticulture. Marlys also works on native plant conservation for the Green Mountain and Finger Lakes National Forest of the US Forest Service. Marlys has traveled to the Findhorn Ecovillage in Scotland to study sustainable agriculture and to participate in the day to day life of the intentional community. Prior to her appointment at Vermont Tech, Marlys worked as a soil testing and fertility consultant for grazers and vineyards, an agricultural research assistant with the University of Vermont Apple Team, and an environmental educator with the Vermont Institute of Natural Science. Marlys is from Belmont, Vermont, and enjoys cross-country skiing with her dog.

Nancy Eicker

Phone: (802) 879-5970
Department: Nursing

Ralph Esposito

Phone: (802) 728-1219
Department: Electrical/Electromechanical Engineering Technology

Ralph Esposito has over thirty years semiconductor experience with IBM involved in both the technical and business aspects of the company. He worked on numerous projects encompassing process and chip design, product qualification, product introduction into manufacturing and the competitive aspects of the business. His activities included extensive project leadership and people management utilizing skills such as planning, coordinating, communicating, training and negotiating.
    
Ralph also has over thirty years of experience in education. He taught a variety of technical courses as an adjunct at numerous colleges and at IBM. In addition to teaching, he developed courses and training programs for colleges and IBM.

In 2002, Ralph started teaching full-time at Vermont Tech. Here he is continuing his passion for teaching and interacting with the students while bringing into the classroom his industrial experience. He teaches at both the Randolph and Williston campuses and therefore deals with a variety of students, ranging from traditional to those already in the workforce.

Outside of work, his interests are walking, traveling, photography, music, books on tape, trying new restaurants, and enjoying his grandchildren.

Lawrence Etter, NRP

Department: Paramedicine

Timothy Ferris, AAS, NRP

Department: Paramedicine

Mary Findley

Phone: (802) 728-1240
Department: English

Mary Findley is a full-time tenured professor in VTC's English Department. Her areas of expertise include: English Literature, Writing, Gothic Literature, Stephen King, Edgar Allan Poe and Horror. Her PhD work is specifically centered around horror's manifestation in popular culture and what it reveals about the American psyche. She has created two academic areas at the Popular Culture Association: Stephen King and The Vampire in Literature, Culture and Film, and she currently chairs The Vampire area. She is published in her field and is currently working on a novel.

Amy Fox, ANP-C, MSN, RN, OCN, CHPN

Phone: (802) 728-1000
Email: afox2@vtc.edu
Department: Nursing

Nancy Gadarowski, BSN, RN

Phone: (802) 447-8328
Department: Nursing

Matt Gallagher

Phone: (802) 879-8207
Department: Electrical/Electromechanical Engineering Technology, Computer Engineering Technology

Matt Gallagher has been teaching in the Electrical and Computer Engineering department at Vermont Tech since 2003.  His concentration is in embedded engineering systems that use microcontrollers, programmable logic devices and sensors.  His teaching style is heavy upfront on a class learning the subject matter together in a formal way, then allowing students to pursue their individual interests in self directed projects. 

"Projects allow students to connect the dots themselves and mimic more closely what will be asked of them when they leave here and get paid to learn, ie. when they go to work."

Prior to coming to Vermont Tech he worked for ten years at IBM Microelectroncis in CMOS and bipolar technology development and in foundry application engineering.  While there he began teaching a class on semiconductor processing which led to his desire to shift career paths.  His graduate work was in the area of non-linear fiber optics at Dartmouth College which he continued for a year at Ericsson Business Networks as a visting research scientist.

Outside of work his interests are running, biking, swimming, nordic and alpine skiing.  He's a persistent guitar player and reads any book that comes recommended by trusted sources.

Jillian Golde

Department: Nursing

Laurene Grande, MSN, RN

Phone: (802) 728-1000
Department: Nursing

Christopher Gray

Phone: (802) 299-8148
Department: Mechanical Engineering Technology

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.

Laurene Greene

Phone: (802) 728-1000
Department: Nursing

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