Allan Rodgers is a full-time Professor of Business and teaches courses in small business, organizational behavior, business ethics, technical project management, business strategy, and operations management. He is also a management consultant specializing in organizational development and his clients have included higher education, state government, private industry, and non-profits. He volunteers as a higher-education accreditation team member for the New England Commission of Higher Education.
Allan served as President of Vermont Technical College for five years. He was founder and CEO of Engineered Thermal Systems, Inc., a manufacturer of automotive components. Prior to that, he worked as Vice President of Product Development for EHV Weidmann Industries.
He received his M.B.A. from Boston University with a concentration in Marketing and Marketing Research and Masters in Education (M.Ed.) from the University of Massachusetts, Boston, with a concentration in Instructional Design. He completed graduate leadership studies at Northeastern University. Allan received his B.A. in Japanese Literature from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. His studies in Japan included judo, aikido, and the tea ceremony while living in Tokyo, Yokohama, and Kyoto.
When not in class, Allan enjoys motorcycling, playing with the dog, and traveling with his wife to visit their five children and their families.
Professor Sabol’s appointment is with the Architectural & Building Engineering Technology department, but he also teaches Statics and Strength of Materials, CET 2040 and Structural Design, CET 2120, for the Civil and Environmental Engineering Technology department. Professor Sabol’s experience is extensive, having worked on many types of structural engineering projects in both the buildings and transportation (bridges) industry. Prior to his appointment at Vermont Tech, Professor Sabol’s career included work as a structural engineer in Vermont, researcher in Pennsylvania, project manager in Washington, DC, and director of a transportation institute in Delaware. He remains active in multiple professional societies and continues to author articles and participate in professional presentations. Professor Sabol is a registered professional engineer. His additional teaching responsibilities in the Architectural Engineering Technology include Steel Structures Design, ARE 3030, Senior Project, ARE 4720, FE Exam Survey, ARE 4050, Architectural Engineering Management, ARE 4020, Concrete Structures Design, ARE 4010, Codes and Loads: Structural, ARE 3111, and Structural Analysis, ARE 3020. Prof. Sabol is a native Vermonter who grew up in Northfield. He is known for taking motorcycle rides in the summer, searching for buildings and bridges that he can talk about in his classes.
I have been teaching for six years at Vermont Technical College and before teaching, I completed a post-doctoral fellowship at Geisel Medical School, Dartmouth College. I have lived in Vermont since January of 2008 and am happy to call Vermont my home state. I have a PhD in Pharmacology, but my primary field of study has been Neuroscience. I actively studied Alzheimer's disease for 10 years, and find all areas of the brain fascinating! One of the aspects of being a research scientist that I most enjoyed was teaching students, and this led me to pursue a career in teaching.
At Vermont Tech I teach Principles of Microbiology (BIO-2120), Anatomy and Physiology (BIO-2011), General Biology (BIO-1040), Introductory Chemistry (CHE-1020) and General Chemistry (CHE-1031). I teach courses in both online and in-person format and hope to teach a few more options in the coming years. Teaching at a hands-on institution such as Vermont, allows me to use laboratory time to cover some of the hardest topics, and students at Vermont Tech seem to truly appreciate this format. As a trained scientist, my favorite type of teaching is in a laboratory setting.
Aside from teaching and chairing the science department, I also serve as the college liaison for the Vermont State Environmental and Agriculture Laboratory (VAEL), that is currently being built on the North side of campus, and will open in the Spring of 2019. While the construction has been taking place, I have worked with Engleberth Construction to offer students tours of the building site, giving Vermont Tech students an additional experience to add to their hands-on work done at the college. This lab is an exciting project and I am eager to get students involved in the work that is done at the VAEL lab. I will also continue to facilitate interactions between VAEL employees, and faculty, staff and students of the college.
My husband also teaches at Vermont Tech and we are both very committed to providing the best courses we can for our students. In our free time, we enjoy playing with our seven-year-old boy/girl twins and two-year-old daughter; making sure to be outdoors as much as possible. Please feel free to get in touch with me via email or phone. I am on multiple campuses so email is the best way to contact me.
Jack Skoda joined the full time faculty in 2016 after serving as a continuous CIS adjunct at Vermont Tech since 2002. He has spent 30 years in the computer industry working for the United States Air Force and Navy, Fortune 500 companies, and start-ups. During his time in industry he has worked in system and network administration, software development, testing, project management, and computer and network security.
Before becoming full time at Vermont Tech, Jack worked with the Air Force Institute of Technology Center for Cyberspace Research to build and run an award winning cyberspace operation training program for men and women of all branches of the military and several federal agencies. Jack continues to work in national defense as a member of the Vermont Air National Guard where he spends his weekends teaching cyberspace operations.
Interests include game theory, computer forensics, cyberspace operations, cybertechnology policy, industrial control systems security.
Pamelia Smith’s design perspective is informed by her background in landscape architecture, fine art, and design. Prior to becoming a landscape architect, she worked as a potter, creating functional pottery for everyday use. This aesthetic has shaped and influenced her perspective as a landscape architect, where the creation and integration of beauty into our everyday lives is of prime importance.
Pamelia received a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the Kansas City Art Institute, where she majored in Ceramics, with a minor in Fiber Arts. She earned a Masters of Landscape Architecture from the University of Virginia’s School of Architecture, where she was awarded the Benjamin C. Howland Competition Prize and the ASLA Student Design Award of Honor.
For the past 23 years, Pamelia has taught Landscape Graphics, Landscape Design, Landscape Construction, and Woody Ornamentals in the Landscape Contracting program at Vermont Tech, where she was program chair from 2006 -2012. She retired in 2012, and has taught part-time ever since. In addition to teaching, Pamelia has worked as a landscape architect for the firm of Shepard Butler Landscape Architects (1998 to present). Prior to this, she worked for the Office of H. Keith Wagner (formerly known as Site Concern), for Landworks in Middlebury, and as an illustrator for the Journal of Light Construction.
Inge Luce is a Paramedic, Registered Nurse, and Assistant Medical Examiner. She holds a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Vermont in Anthropology with a minor in Psychology, a certificate of Paramedicine from the Advanced Life Support Institute, and is a graduate of Vermont Tech’s Practical Nursing and Associate Degree of Nursing programs. She obtained her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Chamberlain College while working full-time in the Emergency Department, and then returned to Vermont Tech in 2012 to become an Assistant Professor of Nursing at the Bennington campus. She completed her Masters of Science in Nursing/Health Care Education through the University of Phoenix in 2014. She currently is a full-time nursing faculty member and the Program Director for Paramedicine.
Inge works as a Paramedic, as an RN in the Emergency Department and at a mountain-side medical/ortho clinic in the winter, as an Assistant Medical Examiner for the State of Vermont, and as the EMS Coordinator for VT EMS District #12. Her love of education and supporting the learner keeps her deeply committed to advancing her own knowledge and skills. In addition to Vermont Tech courses, she teaches EMS classes, ACLS, BLS, PALS, and PEPP.
She lives in Arlington, VT with her husband who is also a Paramedic, their three boys, and a large assortment of animals.
Professor Stannard-Carlo is a Registered Nurse who received her Bachelors of Science in Nursing from the State University of New York at Plattsburgh in 1990 and her Master of Science in Nursing Administration at the State University of New York, Institute of Technology at Utica/Rome in 1997. She spent her first nine and half years of nursing in critical care with a focus in trauma nursing at Albany Medical Center Hospital in Albany, New York. Carolyn loves bedside nursing and continues to provide direct patient care each week at South Western Vermont Medical Center in Bennington, Vermont on their medical-surgical units. She thinks it is essential that nursing educators “still practice what they teach!”
Carolyn has been working for Vermont Technical College since 1998. She has had the privilege of teaching across all three nursing programs in all capacities. Over the years she has also been involved in leadership, mentoring, curriculum development and accreditation across all nursing programs. Recently Carolyn has become a full time faculty member for our Online BSN Nursing Program. She also is a recipient of the 2014 Harold G. Wirtz Master Teacher Award and the 2008 Robert Wonkka Advising Award.
Carolyn lives in Schaghticoke, New York with her husband Steven and their three Children Samantha, Alex and Isaac. She enjoys exercising and playing sports with her family. In her spare time she loves to garden, landscape and fish.
I have 26 years of experience in nursing education, and have been a faculty member at Vermont Tech since 1994. I received a BSN from the University of Vermont in 1983, and a MSN from the University of Phoenix in 2001. I previously worked in the nursing education department at Central Vermont Medical Center, and prior to that worked as a staff nurse and charge nurse on a medical surgical unit at that same facility. I am a member of the Vermont State Nurses Association, as well as the American Nurses Association. In 2007, I was appointed by the Governor to the Vermont Board of Nursing where I currently serve as Board Secretary and Co-chair of the education committee. I also serve on the NCLEX committee for the National Council of State Boards of Nursing. A native Vermonter, I am the mother of 3 grown sons and live with my husband and dog and cat.
Nursing is one of the most rewarding, eye opening and life changing careers you could choose to enter into. I love helping students make their dreams of becoming a nurse a reality. Working in the PN program I am able to see the drastic transition from nervous new student to graduate nurse. This is my 4th year teaching at the practical nursing level and started with VTC in the winter of 2018. My background includes Medical Surgical nursing, short term rehabilitation, geriatrics and a strong passion for maternity nursing. I have a previous BA in psychology and minor in biology. I received my Masters in Nursing Education in 2016. My family and I relocated to Vermont from Massachusetts 5 years ago and I currently spend any free time with my two daughters, my husband and our two labs.
Growing up in Indianapolis, Faye attended Indiana University where she received a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, continued on to complete a Certificate in Respiratory Therapy at Northwestern Medical School and then a Masters of Education at Trinity College. She has worked for the University of Virginia Hospital as a Respiratory Therapist and Piedmont Virginia Community College as a Clinical Coordinator. She spent time with the Medical College of Virginia Hospital as an Education Coordinator, Fletcher Allen Health Care as a Respiratory Therapist and Champlain College as the Program Director for the Respiratory Therapy program before coming to Vermont Tech in 2004.
Faye is affiliated with the American Association for Respiratory Care (AARC) and the Vermont/New Hampshire Society for Respiratory Care (VT/NHSRC). Faye has served as Secretary and Delegate for the VT/NHSRC and currently is the Vermont representative for the AARC’s Political Advocacy Contact Team. Since 1986, Faye has been a Registered Respiratory Therapist and is currently licensed in the state of Vermont as a Respiratory Care Practitioner.
Faye finds the dynamic field of respiratory care with its combination of high technology and direct patient care to be very rewarding. As an educator, Faye enjoys most being able to help students understand the concepts behind the delivery of respiratory care.