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Drafting/CAD Faculty Member Attains Industry Credential

Katherine A. WalkerKatherine A. Walker, assistant professor of drafting and computer aided design at Pennsylvania College of Technology, recently attained the credential of AutoCAD 2011 Certified Professional.

Walker received the credential while attending Autodesk University 2010 in Las Vegas by passing the AutoCAD 2011 Certified Associate and Professional exams.

Autodesk certification is an industry-recognized credential that provides validation of skills and knowledge in various Autodesk software products.

Walker is co-department head of drafting and CAD technology at Penn College. She holds an associate degree in mechanical engineering technology, a bachelor’s degree in technology management, and a master’s degree in instructional technology, and she has professional experience in drafting and design.

She was joined at the conference by J.D. Mather, also an assistant professor of drafting and computer aided design at the college, who was recertified as an Autodesk Inventor 2011 Certified Professional.

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