Three to join UAS: There are three new faces in the University of Alaska Southeast's career center in Juneau.
Tony Martin will teach automotive technology. For five years, Martin has been teaching automotive technology and heavy-duty mechanics at Ilsagvik College in Barrow. He is a certified journeyman heavy-duty mechanic, has worked in the Cook Inlet oil fields overhauling gas turbine engines, and has been self-employed in this field.
Keith Mallonee will be an adjunct faculty member teaching computer-aided design and other classes. Mallonee owned a construction company on the East Coast for 14 years, taught high school drafting in Covington, Ga., and has been certified by the American Drafting Design Association.
Juneau resident Marquam George will be the new assistant professor of construction technology. He's been a general contractor in Juneau for 20 years and has been in the business since the late 1960s. For the past 10 years George has been teaching continuing education classes for contractors as well as speaking nationally on building science.