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A retired embedded systems engineer-turned educator, Jim worked in the space industry for five years. His two favorite sites: Thule, Greenland and Woomera, Australia. He became a staff member at Dartmouth College during the early 1970s, serving for 8 years as the Telecommunications Manager at the Kiewit Computation Center and Senior Research Assistant in the Psychology Department.
He later went into the medical field and developed a range of products including skin resurfacing lasers, muscle stimulaters, and a variety of hearing diagnostic instruments. He also developed the first digital dial indicator (a measurement tool) accurate to 30 millionths of an inch.
Retiring in 2001, he taught High School Physical Science and mathematics since then. He is New Hampshire certified and credentialed as a Highly Qualified Teacher in both Physical Science and Secondary Mathematics. He received his Master of Education degree from New Hampshire's renowned Plymouth State University. His current interests have migrated to watch and clock making and he continues to dabble in mathematics and science.
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