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Assistant Dean of Industrial, Engineering Technologies Named


William E. MackWilliam E. Mack has been appointed assistant dean of industrial and engineering technologies at Pennsylvania College of Technology.

Mack, who began his duties Feb. 2, comes to Penn College from Harrisburg Area Community College, where he most recently served as professor and coordinator for the Community Center for Technology and the Arts.

His career also includes service in the Pennsylvania Army National Guard, as an engineer for Westinghouse Electric Corp. and as an adjunct faculty member at Penn State Harrisburg and HACC.

He brings experience in teaching, curriculum development, faculty recruitment and evaluation, budget development and management, acquisition of equipment, renovation and building construction, academic advising, governance, dual enrollment, and distance education. Mack holds a Master of Engineering Science/Digital Systems from Loyola College, Baltimore. He earned a bachelor’s degree in electrical design engineering technology from Penn State Harrisburg.

“I am very pleased that Bill has joined the faculty and students in the School of Industrial and Engineering Technologies, working side-by-side with Dean Don Praster, to continue to develop growth and excellence in programs and opportunities,” said Lizabeth S. Mullens, vice president for academic affairs/provost. “His educational background and professional experience will empower him to contribute well to the work we have ahead.”

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