Wildlife Technology/Pennsylvania State University
|B.S.||Civil Engineering/Pennsylvania State University||1980|
|M.S.||Civil Engineering (Surveying & Mapping Emphasis)/University of Wisconsin||1981|
|Ph.D.||Civil Engineering/Pennsylvania State University||1986|
|J.D.||Law, Doctor of Jurisprudence/West Virginia University||1989|
Knud E. Hermansen began his surveying career in the United States Marine Corp. over 40 years ago. After completion of basic training, Knud was sent to surveying school and spent the next three years with the 2nd Topographic Platoon, 8th Engineer Battalion performing control surveys throughout the world. After his release from active duty as a sergeant, Knud worked for various consulting firms providing a wide range of services involving boundary surveys, site development, and engineering. During the last several years, Knud has provided consulting services in land surveying, civil engineering, and law. Much of Knud's present consulting activities involve alternate dispute resolution, boundary disputes, easements, land development, liability, title, and contract issues.
In addition to consulting work, Knud has over 20 years in the military reserves rising through the ranks from sergeant to major. Much of his military time was spent with engineer and construction units within the United States Army Corp of Engineers.
Knud is a/an:
Knud currently teaches three to four courses a semester -- from basic surveying
to construction law. He teaches in the Surveying Engineering Technology program and the Construction Management Technology program.
|B.S.||Civil Engineering/Carnegie Mellon University|
|M.S.||Geo-Information Science/Salem State College, Salem, MA|
|Ph.D.||Civil Engineering/University of Maine (In Progress)||In Progress|
Carlton is a/an:
Carlton A. Brown began his surveying career with the New Jersey Department of Transportation for 2 years before moving back to his hometown of Newburyport, Massachusetts where he worked for Port Engineering Associates, Inc. of Newburyport for the next 26 years. In 2000 he moved to Maine for graduate work at the University of Maine and is currently working on a doctorate in the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department on a land surveying subject. In the Fall of 2003 Carlton became the first instructor of the then newly-created Civil Engineering Technology program at Eastern Maine Community College in Bangor, developing and teaching the new curriculum. In the Fall of 2005 he became the third faculty member of the Surveying Engineering Technology program.
|B.S.||Civil & Environmental Engineering/University of Wisconsin||1978|
|M.S.||Civil & Environmental Engineering (Surveying & Mapping Emphasis)/University of Wisconsin||1980|
|Ph.D.||Civil & Environmental Engineering (Surveying & Mapping Emphasis)/University of Wisconsin||1983|
Ray is a professional land surveyor (FL, ME) who focuses his practice on data collection. He is the author of several surveying software programs used by approximately 25 department of transportations and their consultants.
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Ray currently teaches three to four courses a semester -- from basic surveying to photogrammetry. He is an article reviewer for several professional publications and helps prepare exams for photogrammetry certification.
|B.S.||Microbiology/New Mexico State University||1993|
|M.B.A.||Masters of Business Administration/New Mexico State University||1997|
Steve served his country as an airborne infantryman and pathfinder. After graduation from college, he worked for various industries. Steve teaches SVT475, Small Business Management.
Steve is a member of the following: