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Theresa Stack an Associate Professor with Montana Tech of the University of Montana, a Certified Professional Ergonomist (CPE) and Certified Safety Professional (CSP). Her education in engineering includes a B.S. from the University of Connecticut in Natural Resource Management and Engineering and a M.S. from the University of Washington in Occupational and Environmental Health with a concentration in Ergonomics and Safety Engineering.
From 99-13, Theresa has provided technical consultation and program management support to the Navy Ergonomics Subject Matter experts under the Mishap Prevention and Hazard Abatement Program. Theresa has evaluated numerous industrial and field tasks for the Navy and Marine Corps included live artillery fire, proto-type vehicle design, retro-fitting fast attack boats, and vessel and aircraft repair and maintenance tasks. The program executed over 20M in projects to abate safety and health deficiencies world-wide. Theresa co-developed and co-instructs the Navy’s ergonomics program course, world-wide, five to nine a year.
Theresa is the primary author of the text: Occupational Ergonomics – A Practical Approach. New Jersey: John Wiley Sons Inc. (publication date Nov 2014).
Past work experience includes emergency response to hazardous material chemical and oil incidents, task and performance evaluations with the Department of Energy’s National Laboratory in Idaho Falls, ID, and instructing courses for the U of ID.
Theresa and her husband Michael are long time Sheridan MT residents. They have two children, McKenzie (8) and David James (6) and a rather large Labrador. Michael is a fly fishing outfitter / guide. His business is FishTales Outfitting www.FishTalesOutfitting.com.
Theresa enjoys weight lifting, yoga, gardening and fly-fishing. Theresa aspires to raise her children and retain her residence in Montana and is constantly seeking out opportunities to increase her skill set and create a greater foundation for her children. Theresa plans to pursue a doctorate degree staring in the fall of 2014.