## Adjunct Professor

Concord, New Hampshire 03301 http://www.nhti.edu

#### Adjunct Professor

Develops lesson plans, tests, and syllabus based on the college’s accredited curriculum. Provides assistance and guidance to students who are struggling.

Main areas of expertise: Manufacturing Engineering Technologies, Mechanical Engineering Technologies, Manufacturing Processes, and Developmental Math

#### Currently teaching:

##### Spring 2017

*Jan 17, 2017 – May 08, 2017*

**MF 252 Quality Control (3-2-4) **

A study of the techniques used to collect, organize and analyze information which can be used in making decisions regarding quality. The course will begin with the basic principles of statistics and probability and will then develop such topics as process capability, process control, acceptance sampling and reliability. The scope of quality will be expanded to include such topics as reliability, quality costs, product liability and quality systems. The laboratory sessions will provide the student with the opportunity to apply the principles developed in the classroom through the use of computer examples and “hands-on” exercises. (Prerequisites: MT 124)

**MFET 111C Manufacturing and Materials Processing (3-3-4) (LAB Instructor 4 sections)**

The course is designed to provide a basic understanding of traditional methods of materials processing used in product manufacturing. Through lectures, demonstrations, and firsthand laboratory exposure, the student is given the theory and applications of each process. The following are covered: casting, extruding, forging, molding, forming, heat treating, joining, and an introduction to machining methods, both conventional and numerically controlled.

**Courses taught:**

##### Fall 2016

*Aug 29, 2016 – Dec 16, 2016*

**MNFP 104C Applied Shop Mathematics I (3-0-3)**

This course covers various shop related mathematics. It begins with a review of decimals and fractions. Basic algebra techniques are introduced and practiced. A review of basic geometry and right angle trigonometry techniques will be covered in detail. Applications from machine shop practice are used so that the student understands the method of technical problem solving using mathematics as a tool.

**MFET 111C Manufacturing and Materials Processing 3-3-4 (LAB Instructor 4 sections)**

The course is designed to provide a basic understanding of traditional methods of materials processing used in product manufacturing. Through lectures, demonstrations, and firsthand laboratory exposure, the student is given the theory and applications of each process. The following are covered: casting, extruding, forging, molding, forming, heat treating, joining, and an introduction to machining methods, both conventional and numerically controlled.

**Summer 2016 **

*July 5, 2016 – August 25, 2016*

**MCET 150C – Statics & Strength of Materials (3-2-4)**

Analysis of external force systems acting upon bodies in equilibrium with subsequent treatment of the stresses and strains induced. Laboratory projects will involve the use of nondestructive and destructive testing equipment to determine the various mechanical properties of materials and their behavior under load. (Prerequisites: MATH 124C and PHYS 133C)

**Spring 2016**

**MF 252 Quality Control 3-2-4 **

A study of the techniques used to collect, organize and analyze information which can be used in making decisions regarding quality. The course will begin with the basic principles of statistics and probability and will then develop such topics as process capability, process control, acceptance sampling and reliability. The scope of quality will be expanded to include such topics as reliability, quality costs, product liability and quality systems. The laboratory sessions will provide the student with the opportunity to apply the principles developed in the classroom through the use of computer examples and “hands-on” exercises. (Prerequisites: MT 124)

**MNFP 115C Engineering Drawing II 2-2-3**

This is the second course in reading, interpreting, and analyzing engineering drawings and the information conveyed to the machine operator or tool maker. This course will give the student more exposure to engineering drawings and a better understanding for interpretation of the information presented. Students will also create hand sketches and be introduced to a Computer Aided Design, CAD, software to create working drawings. (Prerequisite: MNFP 105C)

**MFET 111C Manufacturing and Materials Processing 3-3-4 (LAB Instructor 2 sections)**

The course is designed to provide a basic understanding of traditional methods of materials processing used in product manufacturing. Through lectures, demonstrations, and firsthand laboratory exposure, the student is given the theory and applications of each process. The following are covered: casting, extruding, forging, molding, forming, heat treating, joining, and an introduction to machining methods, both conventional and numerically controlled.

##### Fall 2015

**MATH 093C Algebra Part I (with Geometry) 4-0-4**

The first in a sequence of preparatory courses. Topics include: fractions; decimals; percent; exponents; real numbers; polynomials; proportions; scientific notation; linear equations and inequalities; graphing; geometric concepts; formulas. The institutional credits awarded for this course do not count toward graduation requirements but are calculated into GPA. Completion of this course requires a grade of “C” or higher. (Prerequisite: MT 091 with a “C” or higher, or recommendation of Math Department based on placement testing.)

**MATH094 Algebra Part II (with Trigonometry) 4-0-4**

The second in a sequence of preparatory courses. Topics include: systems of linear equations; radicals; complex numbers; factoring; rational expressions and equations; quadratic equations; exponential and logarithmic expressions and equations; graphing functions; measurements; trigonometry. A graphing calculator will be required for certain topics.* The institutional credits awarded for this course do not count toward graduation requirements but are calculated into GPA. Completion of this course requires a grade of “C” or higher. (Prerequisite: MATH 093C with a grade of “C” or higher.)

**MNFP 104C Applied Shop Mathematics I (3-0-3)**

This course covers various shop related mathematics. It begins with a review of decimals and fractions. Basic algebra techniques are introduced and practiced. A review of basic geometry and right angle trigonometry techniques will be covered in detail. Applications from machine shop practice are used so that the student understands the method of technical problem solving using mathematics as a tool.

**Summer 2015**

**MCET 150C – Statics & Strength of Materials (3-2-4)**

Analysis of external force systems acting upon bodies in equilibrium with subsequent treatment of the stresses and strains induced. Laboratory projects will involve the use of nondestructive and destructive testing equipment to determine the various mechanical properties of materials and their behavior under load. (Prerequisites: MATH 124C and PHYS 133C)

**MATH094 Algebra Part II (with Trigonometry) 4-0-4**

The second in a sequence of preparatory courses. Topics include: systems of linear equations; radicals; complex numbers; factoring; rational expressions and equations; quadratic equations; exponential and logarithmic expressions and equations; graphing functions; measurements; trigonometry. A graphing calculator will be required for certain topics.* The institutional credits awarded for this course do not count toward graduation requirements but are calculated into GPA. Completion of this course requires a grade of “C” or higher. (Prerequisite: MATH 093C with a grade of “C” or higher.)

**Spring 2015**

**MF 252 Quality Control 3-2-4 (2 Classes)**

A study of the techniques used to collect, organize and analyze information which can be used in making decisions regarding quality. The course will begin with the basic principles of statistics and probability and will then develop such topics as process capability, process control, acceptance sampling and reliability. The scope of quality will be expanded to include such topics as reliability, quality costs, product liability and quality systems. The laboratory sessions will provide the student with the opportunity to apply the principles developed in the classroom through the use of computer examples and “hands-on” exercises. (Prerequisites: MT 124)

**Fall 2014**

**MT 093 Algebra Part I (with Geometry) 4-0-4**

The first in a sequence of preparatory courses. Topics include: fractions; decimals; percent; exponents; real numbers; polynomials; proportions; scientific notation; linear equations and inequalities; graphing; geometric concepts; formulas. The institutional credits awarded for this course do not count toward graduation requirements but are calculated into GPA. Completion of this course requires a grade of “C” or higher. (Prerequisite: MT 091 with a “C” or higher, or recommendation of Math Department based on placement testing.)

**MP 104 Applied Shop Mathematics I (3-0-3)**

This course covers various shop related mathematics. It begins with a review of decimals and fractions. Basic algebra techniques are introduced and practiced. A review of basic geometry and right angle trigonometry techniques will be covered in detail. Applications from machine shop practice are used so that the student understands the method of technical problem solving using mathematics as a tool.

**Summer 2014**

**MC-150, Statics and Strengths of Materials 3-2-4:**

Analysis of external force systems acting upon bodies in equilibrium with subsequent treatment of the stresses and strains induced. Laboratory projects will involve the use of nondestructive and destructive testing equipment to determine the various mechanical properties of materials and their behavior under load. (Prerequisites: MT 124 and PH 133)