Heath Mosco graduated from the OSUIT Electrical Construction program in 2000. During the first few years after graduation, he gained experience on large commercial and industrial projects. The type of projects included hospitals, power plants, arenas, supers centers, mega churches, paper plants and similar projects. After laying a strong foundation, he began doing electrical service work in residential, commercial and industrial. While doing service work, he also managed many commercial projects and wired many custom and spec houses. He has been teaching in the School of Engineering & Construction Technologies at OSUIT since 2015, specializing in electrical wiring.
James Duff holds AAS degrees in Air Conditioning & Refrigeration and Instrumentation Engineering and Bachelor of Technology degrees in Applied Technical Leadership and Instrumentation Engineering, all from OSUIT. He has been a licensed mechanical journeyman for the last 17 years, specializing in repairs and maintenance for boilers, chillers, refrigeration, commercial HVAC, automation, and installation for Dyess Air Force Base and OSUIT. He began teaching for the School of Engineering and Construction Technologies in 2022, specializing in controls.
He is a six year Veteran of the US Air Force and recipient of the 2019 League of Excellence Award in the staff member category for OSUIT.