Title: Professor Emeritus
Company: Vermont Technical College
Location: Randolph Center, Vermont, United States
Paul Arthur Calter, Professor Emeritus at Vermont Technical College, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Artists for dedication, achievements, and leadership in the art industry.
A prolific artist, Mr. Calter is a sculptor whose work is renowned across the state of Vermont. Specializing in bronze and marble, he has completed several commissions since 1971, including multiple sculptures on the Vermont Technical College campus, as well as for the Brattleboro Museum and Art Center, Vermont Council on the Arts, Gifford Medical Center and Castleton State College, among others. In recognition of his artistic prowess, he has been involved in multiple solo and group exhibitions, including at the Chandler Gallery, the University of Vermont, the Chaffee Art Gallery, the Gifford Gallery, the Tunbridge Library and the First Light Gallery. Most recently, he was a featured artist at the Branford Art Center in Connecticut in 2017.
Prior to delving into the realm of artistic expression, Mr. Calter was an esteemed engineer and mathematician, having taught as a professor of mathematics at Vermont Technical College from 1968 until attaining emeritus status in 1990. Likewise, he was the director of the Summer Mathematics Institute in 1989 and a development engineer at Kollsman Instrument Corporation from 1960 to 1965. He commenced his career as a laboratory technician at Columbia University in 1952. To share his wealth of knowledge with the community, he has authored 13 books on mathematics, computer science and sculpting.
As a testament to his profound success, Mr. Calter received the Ralph Horton Memorial Award in Science in 1952 and the Vermont State College Faculty Fellow Award in 1987. Named an Honorary Alumnus in 1991, he was also a visiting scholar at Dartmouth College in 1995. Notably, he was selected for inclusion in numerous editions of Who’s Who in America, Who’s Who in American Education, Who’s Who in Science and Engineering, and Who’s Who in the East.
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