Liaquat Khan, D.A.
Dr. Khan joined the faculty as AET Department Head in 2002. He has worked professionally in Washington D.C. - Maryland area, and overseas. His academic experience includes teaching undergraduate Design Studios, Contract Documents, AutoCAD, Post Occupancy Evaluation - a graduate course, and designing 2-year Diploma programs for the Architecture Department, College of Architecture & Planning at KFU. Dr. Khan's areas of interest include learning models and architecture education, technology, urban design, and use of computers in architecture education. Dr. Khan holds a Bachelor's of Architecture from the University of Engineering & Technology - Lahore, a Master's of Architecture from the University of Nebraska - Lincoln, and a Doctor of Arts from Franklin Pierce University in New Hampshire.
Veronica Thibodeau Carter
Professor Carter began as an adjunct professor in 2005 and joined the Architectural Engineering Technology department at NHTI as a full time professor in 2008. She graduated from the University of New Hampshire in Durham, NH earning a Bachelor of Science Degree and Master of Science Degree in Civil Engineering. Her experience ranges from structural building design and inspection, to dam analysis, to water and wastewater projects for municipal systems, and utility construction inspection.
Professor Carter is a Licensed Professional Engineer in New Hampshire, and was named NH Young Engineer of the Year in 2010. She is actively involved in professional engineering societies and served on the Board of Directors for the New Hampshire Society of Professional Engineers 2006-08. In addition to teaching civil engineering courses in the AET Department, she is the advisor to the Architectural Engineering Technology Club at NHTI and regularly volunteers in her community to promote the engineering profession.
Professor David Schatzle
Professor David Schatzle joined NHTI in the Fall of 2005. He earned is BS in Design of the Environment in 1986 and went on to study at Harvard School of Design. He completed his Master's thesis under the direction of Daniel Libeskind, a leading world architect now working on the new World Trade Center design.
In addition to designing uniquely shaped towers and studying the masterful works of DaVinci, David specializes in green building. He is a certified "Green Architect" through the United States Green Building Council and has been involved with numerous green building projects around the Greater Boston area. One of his most noted is the Cambridge City Hall building which serves as a model for sustainable building design. As Lead Architect, David assembled an energy assessment team to design the energy system for this building using geothermal heating and cooling and solar power technologies. Other projects include the Doyle Conservation Center at Crane's Beach and his noble promotion of affordable mutli-family housing in the Boston area.
Adjunct Professor Karen Schact
Karen Schacht graduated from the NHTI with her Associates Degree in Architectural Engineering Technology and from the Boston Architectural Center with her first professional degree in architecture. She has been practicing architecture first as an intern architect and then as a graduate architect for over 18 years in two distinctly different firm environments. Her first five years of practice were in a large multi-disciplinary firm of architects, land planners and landscape architects followed by her current position with the design oriented Architecture and Planning firm of C.N. Carley Associates in Concord, New Hampshire where she is a senior designer and project architect for a multitude of project types. Her work at C.N. Carley Associates can be viewed at the company web site, cncarley.com In addition to her skills as an architect she has strong graphic presentation and graphic design skills (she designed the company's web site), custom furniture design and guides both the interior and lighting design for the firms projects.
Adjunct Professor John Gorham
John Gorham is a registered Civil Engineer and has been working as a consultant on environmental, structural and transportation projects for the past 14 years. He has a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from the University of New Hampshire and a Masters of Science in Geo-Environmental Engineering from the University of Massachusetts. He is presently an adjunct professor in the Architectural Engineering Technology Department.
Adjunct Professor Magnus McLetchie
Magnus McLetchie is a Registered Architect and was a member of the faculty from 1976 until Spring 2005 when he retired, he continues to teach at NHTI as and adjunct professor. He received an associate of science degree from Wentworth Institute and a Bachelor of Architecture degree from the University of Colorado. He teaches courses in Environmental Systems, Construction Management, Construction Materials, and Architectural Design Studio.
Adjunct Professor Ron Natoli
Ron Natoli is a licensed Land Surveyor with over 30 years of technical and professional experience in land/engineering surveying, forestry, and environmental consulting. He is a graduate of the University of New Hampshire with a major in Forestry. Ron has been providing consulting services in the areas of Land Surveying and forestry since 1971. Previously he taught surveying course at Lakes Region Community College.
Adjunct Professor Gary Rosen
Gary Rosen is the President of Electric Pelican Ink CADD Consulting Services, based in Salisbury, NH. He has been working in the civil engineering/survey industry for over 23 years, and using the Softdesk/Autodesk civil applications for 15. He is the author of "Inside Softdesk Civil", "Autodesk Land Desktop in a Nutshell, the Movie", and "Autodesk Civil Design in a Nutshell, the Movie". Gary is an Autodesk Authorized Consultant and a popular speaker at Autodesk University.