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Scott A. Sabol, P.E., of Northfield, has been appointed by Governor Peter Shumlin to the Vermont Board of Professional Engineering. “I thought that this was a good opportunity to volunteer for public service,” said Sabol. “At the same time, the experience will allow me to better inform my students about professional engineering, a career path that many of our graduates pursue.” Learn more...

Vermont’s U.S. Representative Peter Welch routinely checks in with his constituents via what he calls “Congress in Your Community” visits. Monday morning, Welch scheduled a stop [at Vermont Tech], taking an hour to check out sustainable energy programs and installations. Learn more...

At the 2nd annual Bridge Building Competition hosted at the Vermont Tech Randolph Center campus on April 1, 2016, 146 students had all their hard work crushed. Their Popsicle bridges crushed, that is. The 16 middle school teams and 21 high school teams competed in the categories of aesthetics and design originality, presentation, load-carrying capacity, strength-to-weight ratio and predicted failure point. Learn more...

A 3-D printing contest sounds more like a leap forward than a look back in time, but at the 3-D Vermont Architecture and History Olympiad, the past and the future go hand in hand. Vermont students competed for Vermont Tech scholarships at the Randolph Campus event. Learn more...
Architectural plans used in the Architectural Engineering Technology programs.

Two exceptional Vermont Technical College engineering students were honored by the college and recognized at a Vermont Society of Professional Engineers event on February 26 at the DoubleTree Hotel in South Burlington. Learn more...


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