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[field_alumni_class_of] A photo of Robin Goodall, smiling

Robin Goodall

Center for Academic Success

Robin Goodall has been with Vermont Tech since 2002. Prior to joining the college, she was a classroom teacher and special educator in public schools and with a local psychologist developing community-based programming for local school districts and assessing students for possible learning disabilities. While she had many connections to schools in her career, Vermont Tech has been the best... Read More >

[field_alumni_class_of] A photo of President Patricia Moulton, smiling

Patricia Moulton

Vermont Tech

Pat Moulton is the first full-time female president ever appointed at Vermont Tech. She had been serving as the College’s interim president since September of 2016. Before joining Vermont Tech, Pat was the Secretary of the Agency of Commerce and Community Development where she facilitated the expansion of many Vermont companies and helped create a statewide comprehensive economic development... Read More >

[field_alumni_class_of] A headshot photo Laurel Butler smiling

Laurel Butler

VtSBDC

Since 2011, Laurel has been an employee of Vermont Small Business Development Center, a program of Vermont Technical College.  For the past several years she has held a full-time dual capacity role with both the VtSBDC as a Business Advisor/Student Entrepreneur Specialist and Vermont Tech’s Special Projects - Gender Equity/STEM & Experiential Outreach campaigns. Over the past three years... Read More >

[field_alumni_class_of] Professor Marly Eddy teaching in a lab, gesturing to and looking toward a student

Marlys Eddy

Landscape Design & Sustainable Horticultre

Marlys Eddy is not only an instructor at Vermont Tech, but has also done plant and soil science research at UVM and works for the U.S. Forest Service. Her teaching side is focused on guiding and helping students. Her teaching philosophy is to make the classroom work relevant to students on a personal level to increase the connections they make with the information. She likes to connect... Read More >

[field_alumni_class_of] A photo of Professor Jeremy Ouellette, smiling

Jeremy Ouellette

Jeremy Ouellette, PhD, has been teaching at Vermont Tech for five years. His primary areas of instruction are introductory programming, software engineering, software quality assurance, and game physics engine design. His teaching philosophy is to spend less time on lecturing and more with hands-on instruction. He especially likes project-based courses where he can help students take ideas... Read More >