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