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Ted has over 40 years of engineering experience shared between industry and teaching at Sheridan College. While Ted is approaching retirement from his career at Sheridan, he remains a dedicated and valued Engineering professor.
Ted worked in engineering design, and project management for the facilities, machine fabrication and HVAC industries. Specifically, his experience covers the areas of energy conservation, HVAC, machine design - strip-metal processing, CNC programming, process control, plant layout, CAD and engineering management.
Ted joined Sheridan College in 2000, and has since taught a variety of courses, mostly within Mechanical Engineering – Electromechanical, Mechanical, Manufacturing, and Technology Fundamentals programs. He started the Sheridan-ASHRAE Student Branch chapter and has acted as the advisor for it since 2007. He has taught, developed and updated at least three dozen different courses at Sheridan.
Ted was a member of the Sheridan College Senate, 2011-2017 and served as a coordinator for the Technology Fundamentals program 2016 - 2018.
Ted obtained his Bachelor of Technology, Mechanical Engineering from Ryerson Polytechnical Institute, a Master of Engineering, Mechanical/Industrial Engineering from the University of Toronto, and a B.Ed., Education from Laurentian University.
Ted's current areas of interest include renewable energy, HVAC, 3D printing and playing trumpet.