Before joining the faculty, Professor Diebold worked in the civil engineering and land surveying professions. During this time he supervised field crews in all aspects of land surveying, designed and managed civil engineering projects, and reviewed land survey and civil engineering drawings. Professor Diebold is a licensed land surveyor in Vermont and an engineering intern. He remains active in the land surveying profession and is currently serving on the Vermont Board of Land Surveyors. Professor Diebold also participates in industry training workshops for the design and installation of onsite residential wastewater systems. His responsibilities at Vermont State University include teaching Surveying I, CET 1011, Survey II, CET 2012, Engineering and Surveying Computer Applications II, CET 1032, and Civil & Environmental Design, CET 2050. When there is student interest, Professor Diebold teaches Evidence and Procedure for Boundary Line Location, CET 3010. Prof. Diebold is an alum of Vermont State University and a second-generation faculty member. He enjoys all activities outdoors especially fishing, running, and mountain biking.