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Coordinator, Engineering Technology; Instructor, Engineering
M.S. in Civil Engineering, University of Wyoming B.S. in Civil Engineering, University of Wyoming
Edith Johnson-LaMeres, who has been a professional engineer in Wyoming (license no. 6026) since 1992, was born and raised in Sheridan, Wyoming and attended Sheridan High School, Sheridan College, and the University of Wyoming. Farming and ranching is an integral part of her background and a love for teaching and learning was evident from an early age. She has worked for private engineering consulting firms, served as a groundwater analyst for the Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality, served as City Engineer/Utility Director/Planner/Sr. Building Official for the City of Sheridan, and has owned and operated a private consulting firm since 2002.
Edith has taught high school mathematics and collegiate math and engineering. She began teaching part-time at Sheridan College in 1996 and became a full-time instructor in 2004. Edith has a strong sense of community and strives to utilize her teaching and engineering skills to meet needs within the community. When asked why she has chosen to teach full-time and engineer part-time she replies: “Engineering feeds my mind while teaching feeds my soul”.