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McCarty is a graduate of Berea College where he graduated with a degree in
Agri-business. After completing his
undergraduate, Eric joined the work force and started working for the Institute
for Regional Analysis and Public Policy (IRAPP). He was hired as the Technical Support Consultant & Computer Labs
Manager and worked
on numerous projects that dealt with GIS and GPS technologies. He worked on the Kentucky Height Mod
projected which consisted of the installation of 4 real time GPS base
stations. These stations were placed in
four locations throughout the state. One
located at the MSU main campus, in Reed Hall.
The second is located in Somerset at the Centre for Rural
Development. The third was located at
Southeast Community College, Appalachian Center, Cumberland Kentucky. The last was installed at Campbellsville
University, Science Building, Campbellsville Kentucky. Those four sites are still active and are
currently being used by surveyors and researchers throughout the Commonwealth.
project Mr. McCarty worked on was the Mapping Kentucky Historical Marker
project. This project dealt with the
mapping of historical markers throughout the Commonwealth by giving middle
school and high school age kids GPS units.
The teachers would come to one of the many trainings that were conducted
throughout the Commonwealth that would instruct the teachers on the use of the
GPS units and the material in the packet that needed to be filled out and sent
back to us. This project concluded with
almost every county in the Commonwealth having a participating school
during his time at IRAPP Mr. McCarty completed a Master’s of Science in Adult
Education emphasis Agriculture. During
this time he conducted many trips with his sister helping her work on her
dissertation about the Agricultural burning issues in the Southeast and the
effects on air quality.
Mr. McCarty is working for the Dean of Science and Technology as the MultiMedia
Laboratory Coordinator/IT Specialist. In
this current position Mr. McCarty helps in the day to day operations of the
Center for Health and Education Research (CHER) building. He maintains the Multi-media lab/testing
center and works with technology issues that arise throughout the building. He helps the Simulation Coordinator with the
simulation procedures that help the students prepare for real world
his spare time Mr. McCarty has a working farm that he manages with his
wife. He continues to research ways
Kentucky farmers can use new technologies to become more profitable. He is a member of AQHA, National Cattleman’s
Association, and a member of the ABEL board for Rowan County. He also enjoys the occasional hunting and
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