Mr. Tim Taylor
I am a professor for the Applied Technology programs at Venango College. I hold a BA in communications and an MBA in strategic management and planning, along with teaching licensure in the State of Pennsylvania. I retired in 2008 to follow my daughter’s college basketball career with the Lady Golden Eagles after a twenty-seven-year business career. Professionally, I have held senior positions in both marketing and operations management and have consulted with Fortune 500 companies on a variety of management topics. My wife and I have shared 30 wonderful years together and reside in Oil City. I have three grown children pursuing careers in Ohio and Eastern PA.
Dr. David Lott
I teach the Anatomy and Physiology classes, which are required courses for the programs within the School of Nursing and Allied Health. If you ask around, you'll probably hear that these are relatively difficult classes. In response to this, I'd ask that you look in the mirror; I think you'll agree that what you'll see is an amazingly fascinating and complicated living organism. As such, the classes, that are meant to describe the structure of the human body and how all the systems function and interact, should also be demanding to provide one with a comprehensive foundation upon which the remainder of their education will be based.
Oh, and I'm the teacher that keeps a bicycle in the closet; if you don't see me in the classroom, chances are you'll catch me riding my bike up and down the hall of the Frame Administration Building or somewhere on campus! I recently started a Bike Club and students from Clarion and Venango are welcome to participate. We like to alternate between road and mountain biking and typically take off from the Venango College (Road) or head over to 2-Mile Park (Mtn) on nice afternoons around 3:30. During the upcoming semesters, we also plan to take larger trips to 7-Springs, Holiday Valley, and/or other Mtn Bike Parks. Just give me a buzz if you ever want to go out for a ride!