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Bill Hallock with studentDr. Bill Hallock

I am the department chair and assistant professor in the Department of Applied Technology at Venango College. I have spent more than 25 years working in the carpentry and construction field. Previous to Venango College, I worked for five years as an educational technology consultant for a national textbook company, four years as a high school principal in the Kansas City area, and three years as a high school business teacher and coach. I have a bachelor's degree in business education and a master's in school administration, both from Northwest Missouri State University, Maryville, Mo. I have completed my Ed.D. in educational leadership from the University of Kansas.  I welcome you to Venango College and look forward to helping you further your education.

D. Lott

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!