Gateway Faculty Contribute to Industrial Technology Textbooks
Kevin Donohoo of Edgewood, associate professor at Gateway Community & Technical College,
has been cited as a reviewer of a college textbook widely used in higher education
to teach industrial maintenance.
Donohoo assisted in re-organizing the recently published textbook Industrial Maintenance, Second Edition by Michael E. Brumbach and Jeffrey A. Clade. Jerry Mahan, assistant professor, reviewed the seventh edition of Industrial Motor Control, by Stephen L. Herman. We provided input and feedback on the texts based on our classroom teaching experience, Donohoo said.
The involvement of our faculty in this process is an indication of the respect the industry has for their expertise, as well as their proficiency in teaching our students, said Laura Urban, Gateway provost and vice president for academic affairs.
Donohoo teaches fluid power, basic electricity, industrial equipment maintenance, wind energy and industrial safety in the two-year colleges Industrial Maintenance Technology program at the Boone Campus. Donohoo joined Gateway as an instructor in 1997. He attended Gulf Coast Community College in Florida and is a graduate of the State University of New York. He is a U.S. Navy Diver retired.
Mahan, of Florence, joined Gateway in 1986. He teaches electrical motor controls, programmable logic controllers, robotics and industrial automation and rotating machinery technology. He is a graduate of Northern Kentucky University.