Scott A. Sabol, P.E., is a licensed structural engineer in Vermont and professor in the Architectural Engineering Technology program. He holds A.B. and B.E. degrees in Engineering Sciences from Dartmouth College and a M.S. degree in Civil (Structural) Engineering, with a minor in Metals Science & Engineering, from The Pennsylvania State University.
He teaches courses primarily in structural engineering and engineering management.
Professor Sabol has experience with multiple consulting firms in Vermont, including Doherty Consulting Engineers and Dubois & King, Inc. He has worked in both building and bridge engineering. He was a Senior Program Officer with the National Research Council in Washington, DC, and later the Director of the Delaware Transportation Institute. He has been a professor in Vermont since 1999.
Professor Sabol was a long-time member of the Vermont Board of Professional Engineering, including being Board Chair (ending 2023). He is an avid motorcycle rider and an occasional food critic under the name The Rabbit Hollow Gourmet, and a member of many professional societies. He has authored many scientific and professional articles.