Professor of Technology and Occupational Sciences
Office: 119-A Jacobetti Complex
Daryl Kobie came to NMU in 2002. Currently his primary focus is as a faculty member in the Industrial Maintenance program. Professor Kobie’s work experience combined with his formal education provides a perfect fit as a faculty member. He has worked for Cleveland Cliffs Iron Company for almost 10 years in various capacities and also worked for Coastal Concrete Corporation for more than 16 years in the heavy-highway industry in the Houston, Texas area. During his time at Cliffs, he worked in both operations and maintenance. During his tenure at Coastal he held a variety of leadership positions that lead up to general superintendent.
Professor Kobie also provides training for local companies. He has researched and developed numerous training modules that have served many companies in the area, including Cleveland Cliffs Iron Company, W.E. Energies, Potlach and Lundin Mining. He is an OSHA authorized instructor for both 10 and 30 hour OSHA General Industry courses. He is also a Crosby authorized trainer covering Hoisting & Rigging applications.
Professor Kobie truly enjoys his position as an educator and feels honored to help people learn new information that will help them achieve their goals. He always makes himself available to assist students who may need additional help and aspires for all students to do well in his classes. His teaching style includes lectures, discussion, group work and personal assignments. All of the classes taught by Professor Kobie allow for him to share and apply both his education and his personal experiences from many years in industry.
Courses Currently Taught
IM 105: Applied Technical Mathematics
IM 110: Industrial Measurement & Fabrication
IM 115: Basic Electricity for Industrial Technicians
IM 125: Introduction to OSHA
IM 147: Hoisting & Rigging
IM 214: Alignment, Power Transmission and Conveyors
IM 215: Advanced Mechanical Power Transmission Systems
Other Courses Taught
|CN 151: Introduction to Construction||ET 100: Basic Electricity|
|CN 251: Construction Field Operations||ET 101: House Wiring|
|CN 278: Electrical and Mechanical Systems||ET 112: DC Circuits|
|CN 353: Soils and Foundations`||ET 113: AC Circuits|
|CN 358: Bidding Strategies||ET 221: Solar Power|
|ET 250: Electrical Machinery||ET 222: Wind Power|
|ET 252: Industrial Motor Controls||IT 180: Introduction to Hydraulics|
|ET 110: Introduction to Electricity|
- A.A.S., North Harris County College
- B.S., M.S., Northern Michigan University