Faculty

Jan Hashimoto Chambers

Jan Hashimoto Chambers is a graduate of PCC's Mechanical Engineering Technology program, and is a long-time instructor in CMET. Before becoming an instructor, she worked as a test engineering technician at Hyster Company, conducting tests on lift trucks and other equipment; and worked at Wacker Siltronic Corp in Quality Assurance and Process Engineering.

Richard Dawes
is the lab manager and instructional support technician for Civil / Mechanical Engineering.
Greg Gerstner

is a department co-chair of Civil and Mechanical Engineering Technology. Greg has worked as a mechanical engineer in the automotive industry and as an environmental engineer as a water quality modeler for the Great Lakes.

Mike Kies

is the department co-chair of Civil/Mechanical Engineering Technology and chair of University Transfer Engineering. Mike was a project engineer at Bradford Conrad Crow Engineering Company before venturing into business on his own. He has an extensive background in structural engineering design consulting.

Gregg Meyer

is an engineering instructor and holds a M.S. degree in Mechanical Engineering with a certificate in Computer Integrated Manufacturing Systems from Georgia Tech. He completed his journeyman machinist apprenticeship from Stanford Linear Accelerator Center (SLAC) and Project Management Professional credential from PMI. His areas of specialty are Design for Manufacturability and Risk Management.

Tara Nelson

is a civil engineer with over 7 years of experience working in the industry. Prior to coming on board at PCC, she worked in the field of water resources with a focus in stormwater treatment.

Todd Sanders

has a PhD in Coastal Physical Oceanography from the University of Delaware. His area of specialty is Water Resources Engineering. He is involved with the Sustainability Training for Technical Educators project and is a water resources consultant in the summer.