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School of Technology

Grinstead Building, Room 009
Warrensburg, MO 64093
Phone: 660.543.4439
Fax: 660.543.4578
Email: Dr. Doug Koch





Scott B. Wilson, Professor and Program Coordinator
of Automotive Technology Management,
School of Technology
University of Central Missouri, TRG-318,
Warrensburg, MO 64093
swilson@ucmo.edu
660-543-4065

Courses Taught:

ATM 1010 Power Mechanics   ATM 2150 Mobile HVAC
ATM 3010 Transportation Systems   ATM 3120 Steering, Suspension & Brakes
ATM 3140 Transmissions & Drivelines   ATM 3150 Diesel Technology
ATM 4032 Hydraulics and Pneumatics   ATM 4034 Mechanical Power Transmission
ATM 4036 Pneumatic/Fluidic Control Sys.   ATM 4038 Advanced Hydraulics
ATM 4025 Motorcycle Systems Maint.   ATM 4410 Intermodal Surface Transportation

 


Education:

  • University of Missouri-Columbia, Ph.D., Career and Technical Education, 2001
    Dissertation Topic: Computer Assisted Fluid Power Instruction
  • University of Central Missouri, M.S., Industrial Technology, 1983
  • University of Central Missouri, B.S., Power Technology, 1981

Certifications currently held:

  • Certified Senior Industrial Technologist (CSIT) by the Association of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering (ATMAE).
  • Certified Fluid Power Specialist, Certified Hydraulic Mechanic, as well as an

Accredited Fluid Power Instructor by the International Fluid Power Society (FPS).

  • Certified Master Automotive Technician by the ASE (National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence)
  • Certified Stanadyne Mechanical Diesel Injection Pump Technician.
  • F.A.A. licensed Private Pilot-Airplane - Instrument Rated.

Employment Record:

  • University of Central Missouri (UCM): 31 years university teaching and administrative experience, including over 14 years as a program coordinator, and 16 months as interim chair of the Aviation Department responsible for over 50 faculty and staff, FAR Part 141 flight, and FAR Part 147 maintenance training programs with a 2+ million dollar annual budget.
  • Fluidyne Engineering Corporation, Department of Energy Test Rig Lab Mechanic: 1 year.
  • Wilson Equipment Company, Assistant Warehouse Manager and Mechanic: 3 years.

Publications and Presentations:

  • Ulmer, J.M., Wilson, S., & Sutton, J (2010, July). Market Pay: A National Academic Struggle to Compensate a High Demand Discipline Association of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering (ATMAE) Conference. Panama City, FL, October 2010 (Juried Presentation)
  • Ulmer, J.M., Wilson, S., & Sutton, J (2010, July). Market Pay: A National Academic Struggle to Compensate a High Demand Discipline . Journal of Industrial Technology, 26(3). (Refereed Peer-Reviewed Article)
  • Nicoletti, T., Scott, M., & Wilson, S., Hybrid Electric Vehicles, Ten Years Later. Association of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering (ATMAE) Conference. Louisville, KY, November 2009 (Juried Presentation)
  • Ulmer, J.M., Wilson, S., & Sutton, J (2009, Sept). Faculty Compensation: Competitive (Market) Pay Survey Results of Midwestern United States Industrial Technology and Engineering Technology College and University Programs. Journal of Industrial Technology, 25(3). (Refereed Peer-Reviewed Article)
  • Wilson, S.B., Computer Assisted Fluid Power Instruction: A Comparison of Hands-On and Computer-Simulated Laboratory Experiences for Post-Secondary Students. The Journal of Technology Studies, 31(1-2), 2005. (Refereed Peer-Reviewed Article)
  • Wilson, S., A Comparison of Curriculum, Accreditation and Assessment Methods for Four-Year Automotive Programs. National Assoc. of Industrial Technology (NAIT) Conference. Louisville, KY, October 2004 (Juried Presentation)
  • Wilson, S., Computer Aided Fluid Power Instruction: A Comparison of Hands-on and Computer-Simulated Laboratory Experiences for Post-Secondary Students. National Association of Industrial Technology (NAIT) Conference. Nashville, TN, November 2003 (Juried Presentation)
  • Wilson, S., Computer Aided Fluid Power Instruction: A Comparison of Hands-on and Computer-Simulated Laboratory Experiences for Post-Secondary Students. Research, Scholarship and Creative Works Showcase, University of Central Missouri. March 2004.
  • Self-Study for National Association of Industrial Technology (NAIT) accreditation of the Automotive Technology Management Program, successfully presented to the accreditation board on 11/2005 and 10/2008.
  • Longview Community College Automotive Annual Career Days Seminar, Lee’s Summit, MO 10/2003 to 2011. Presentation Given: 4-Year automotive baccalaureate degree opportunities and articulation.

Funded Grants and Donations:

  • Co-Developer and Co-Principle Investigator on a Department of Energy (DOE) Transportation Electrification grant. UCM was awarded $750,000 for this three-year grant in the spring of 2010.
  • Lead contact in the acquisition of over $250,000 of internal funding and over $500,000 of external funding for equipment and scholarships given in support of UCM’s automotive program from 1999 to present.
  • Developed a Missouri Department of Transportation airport improvement grant in the amount of $150,000. This grant was approved for funding in 2003.

Professional Activities and Memberships:

  • Member of the North American Council of Automotive Teachers (NACAT).
  • Member of the Association of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering (ATMAE) formally known as the National Association of Industrial Technology (NAIT).
  • Member of the International Fluid Power Society (FPS).
  • Member of the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA).
  • Faculty Senate Alternate, 9/2002 to 9/2004.
  • Faculty co-sponsor of the UCM student chapter of the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE). 8/1990-8/1998.
  • Member of the College of Science and Technology: Curriculum Committee (1989-1993, 2008-), General Studies Committee (1990-1994), Technology Symposium Committee (1989-1998).
  • Contest chair for the Missouri State Vocational Industrial Clubs of America (VICA) skill contest. 4/1984 to 4/2003.

Conferences/Seminars/Industrial Training:

  • Fluid Power Instructor Symposium, 3-day class held at Eaton Training in Maumee, OH (7/2014)
  • Cummins ISL9G Natural Gas Engine class, 3-day class at Central Power in Kansas City (5/2014)
  • Cummins 2010 & 2013 Combo Engine classes, 3-day classes at Central Power in Kansas City (7/2012 & 8/2013)
  • Smith Electric Vehicle Technician Training a 4 day class in Kansas City (7/2013)
  • Automatic Transmission Rebuilders Association Technical Update, 1-day events held in Council Bluffs, IA (5/2012) and Des Moines, IA (5/2013)
  • Midwest Energy Policy Conference, a 2-day event held in Kansas City, MO (10/2012 )
  • Diesel Engine Performance, a 3-day course at the Ford Training Center in Lenexa, KS (6/2012).
  • Natural Gas Vehicles Workshop, a 1-day event held in Kansas City, MO (3/2012)
  • Midwest Energy Policy Conference, a 2-day event held in St. Louis, MO (11/2011 )
  • Up Your Voltage, a 6-day class on hybrid and electric drive vehicles held in Somerset, MA (7/2011).
  • Alternate Fuels Workshop, a 1-day event held in Kansas City, MO (5/2011).
  • Ford 6.7L Diesel Training, a 3-day course at the Ford Training Center in Lenexa, KS (3/2011).
  • Toyota Hybrid Systems Training, a 3-day course in Kansas City, MO (8/2010)
  • Plug-In 2010 Conf. & Expo. (for hybrid and electric transportation technologies), a 3-day event held in San Jose, CA (7/2010)
  • Alternative Fuels & Vehicles National Conference and Expo, Las Vegas, NV (5/2010)
  • Association of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering (ATMAE), formally known as the Nat. Assoc. of Industrial Technology (NAIT) annual conferences from 2002 to 2010
  • Allison Transmission 1000/2000 series maintenance and overhaul courses, a 4-dayhands-on class held at Allison’s World Headquarters in Indianapolis, IN (8/07).
  • Fluid Power Society (FPS) Annual Conference and Instructor Workshop, Indianapolis, 9/03 & 9/08
  • University Aviation Association (UAA) annual conference. Nashville, Tennessee. 10/2001.
  • North American Council of Automotive Teachers (NACAT) annual conference. A five-day event designed to update instructors: 7/2000, 7/1999 and 7/2006.
  • Stanadyne Diesel Injection Pump Certification Class, a 40-hour program held in Sun Prairie, Wisconsin. 6/1998.
  • Fluid Power Instructor Accreditation Workshop, a 3-day seminar held at the Ohio State University. 12/1994.
  • Midwest Institute of Transmissions, a 40-hour program on advanced transmission diagnostics held in Ft. Dodge, Iowa. 11/1992.
  • Automotive Fuel Injection Workshop, a 40 hour General Motors program. 5/1991.
  • Moog Technical Training Course, a 40-hour course on automotive steering, suspension and driveline systems held in St. Louis. 7/1991.
  • Vickers, Inc. Servo-Hydraulics School, a 40-hour course held in Detroit. 6/1989.
  • Fluid Power Technical Update, a 3-day seminar held at Purdue University. 3/1989.
  • Vickers, Inc. Mobile Hydraulics School, an 80-hour course held in Detroit. 10/1987.