Professor of Electrical Engineering Technology and Director of the School of Engineering Technology, University of Maine
Scott Dunning is a professor of electrical engineering technology and director of the School of Engineering Technology at the University of Maine. His research expertise is in applying energy efficient technology to industry. During his career, he has led over 200 industrial assessments recommending over $11M in savings to industrial manufacturers. He was the founding executive director of the University of Maine Advanced Manufacturing Center which is a 30,000 square foot prototype development facility serving researchers and inventors. He offers training around the globe in energy management annually for the Association of Energy Engineers where he recently served as national president and is recognized as a Fellow of AEE. He became involved in accreditation activities with ABET in the early 1990s. Dunning has served as a Program Evaluator for both domestic and international visits. He has led visits both domestically and internationally as a Commissioner. He has rotated through all the executive offices of the Engineering Technology Accreditation Council (ETAC) and currently serves as the Past Chair of ETAC.
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