Thaddeus Stevens College Welcomes Five New Faculty Members

    08.29.18 | TSCT News

     Lancaster, PA—Five new instructors joined the faculty at Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology when fall semester classes began Monday. They are:


    Matthew Bixler (Instructor, HVAC/R) has more than 14 years of commercial, residential and light industrial experience. He holds a degree from York Technical Institute. Matthew is an outdoorsman. He is an avidhunter, mountain biker and trail running with his family.

    Zach Fedor (Instructor, Computer Software Engineering) has years of experience in the technology industry. Zach has worked as a web developer for Tower Marketing, Steinman Communications, a full stack developer Industrial Revolution and a front-end engineer for BrandYourself. He earned a BA from Temple.
    Bart Heagy (Instructor, HVAC/R) is a former HVAC/R Technologies instructor at the Technical College High School. Bart has a degree in Career & Technical Education from Temple University.
    Steve Johnston (Instructor, Collison Repair) is a graduate of Millersville University. He’s taught at various collision repair facilities and vocational schools. In his free time, Steve drives, fixes and collects different types of vehicles.
     Photo TBA Mel Winter (Instructor, HVAC/R) is returning to his alma mater after 4 years in the workforce. Mel received his diploma in HVAC/R at YTI and AS in Mechanical Engineering at Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology in 2014. Since graduation, he worked as a Mechanical Engineer at Carel USA. He is excited to be back on campus and giving back in an impactful way.

    Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology is consistently ranked as Pennsylvania’s top technical college and awards associate degrees in 22 high-demand, skilled occupations. A full listing of programs is available at


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