Darryl has over 20 years teaching experience at the graduate and undergraduate level. He has both full-time and adjunct experience teaching in-class and online classes.

Green Mountain College, Poultney VT, 2016–2019
Sustainable Food Systems Professor

  • Taught in the Master of Science in Sustainable Food Systems (MSc) and Master of Science in Resilient and Sustainable Communities (MSc) programs:
    • Contemporary Food Systems
    • Sustainable Marketing
    • Regional and Community Food Systems

New England Culinary Institute (NECI), Montpelier VT, 2009–2016
Core Academic Writing Instructor

  • Taught, designed, and developed over 16 courses in the B.A. curriculum, incorporating Sustainable Food in many of them
  • Recipient of Creative Teaching Award (2012)
  • Participated in Curriculum Development Committee (2 years)
  • Publisher and Editor, The Garlic Press (4 years)
    • Edited, designed, page-layout, produced, printed, and distributed The Garlic Press, NECI’s quarterly arts publication

Full-time and Adjunct Professor, Massachusetts and Vermont, 1991–2008

  • Middlesex CC (full-time, 3 years), Bedford MA
  • Emerson College, Boston MA
  • UMass Lowell, Lowell MA
  • MIT Lowell Institute, Cambridge MA
  • Northeastern, Boston MA
  • Bunker Hill CC, Boston MA
  • Northern Essex CC, Haverhill MA
  • Champlain College, Burlington VT
  • CC of Vermont, Burlington and St. Albans
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