Horticultural Technology Professor Rene Gingras believes in
hands-on learning which is why he teaches credited courses in landscape
lighting and pond design. His students actually
learn to install these landscape features from the ground up.
She practices small animal medicine and surgery at several
local shelters, is a jock at heart and loves educating students about animals,
even bringing laughter to the classroom at her own expense. Meet Sarah Proctor, DVM.
Civil Technology professor Ken Flesher
specializes in teaching Construction Management here at Thompson School and lives it in his free time by helping out the
non-profit organization Habitat for Humanity.
Forest Technology faculty Matt Chagnon not only teaches
forest technology courses he is also
co-owner of Granite State Lumberjack Shows, Inc. and helps put on professional
lumberjack competitions seen on ESPN.
He is a registered professional animal scientist for beef
and dairy cattle, spent a year in Namibia Africa in 2008 and has even acted as
an animal wrangler and consultant for the movie industry. Meet Dr. Drew Conroy.
He writes articles for Chef Educator Magazine, specializes
in teaching food production with an emphasis on using fresh New England fish
and shellfish and is an active volunteer firefighter. Meet Charlie Caramihalis.
"David Townson (known to his students as Dr. T) was my teacher for
principles of biology, and was responsible for me switching to my
current major. His passion for science is contagious and his style of
teaching makes it easy to become excited about what you’re learning."
“One of my intentions is to build public understanding of ecological
issues relevant to society,” says Dr. Serita Frey. “Another is to bring information
that is more accurate to the folks who are influencing policy.”
Megan is currently the Thompson Grooming Shop Manager at UNH and manages "Bark Now" an exclusive luxury style grooming salon and boutique. Megan volunteers as a leader for a local NH 4-H Dog Chapter and as the 4H dog show supervisor for two NH Fairs.