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Instructor Scott Dunning

Scott Dunning Ph.D., PE, CEM

Dr. Scott Dunning is a Professor of Electrical Engineering Technology and Director of the School of Engineering Technology at the University of Maine.  He began his academic career in 1992 teaching courses in electric machines and power systems analysis.  His research area has been 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 led a startup program that funded a new $6M facility for an Advanced Manufacturing Center and he successfully led the center for six years He has served as Director of the School of Engineering Technology at the University of Maine since 2007. He has continued to offer training around the globe in energy management providing 5-10 workshops annually for the Association of Energy Engineers where he recently served as national president and is recognized as a Fellow of AEE. He has authored multiple texts in energy efficiency, led the committee for developing the ANSI-accredited CEM exam, and developed AEE courses for the Building Energy and Sustainability Technician (BEST), Government Operator of High-Efficiency Buildings (GOHP), International Certified Energy Auditor (CEA), and Energy Efficiency Practitioner (EEP).

Dr. Dunning has been active nationally contributing to engineering technology education since the late 1990s.  He served in all the leadership positions of the Energy Conversion and Conservation Division (ECCD) as well as the Engineering Technology Division (ETD) for the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE).  He is the incoming Chair of the Engineering Technology Council.  He was awarded both the Frederick J. Berger Award and the James H. McGraw Award for Excellence in Engineering Technology Education. He is active in international accreditation issues serving as a volunteer for ABET first as a Program Evaluator, then as a Commissioner and currently as the National Chair of the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission.