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Electronics Faculty Member Selected for ‘Who’s Who’


Scott D. NeuhardA faculty member in the electronics and computer engineering technology department at Pennsylvania College of Technology is included in the 2011-12 edition of Montclair Publishing’s “Who’s Who in Collegiate Faculty.”

Scott D. Neuhard, assistant professor of electronics, will have a biography published in the book’s seventh edition.

Neuhard earned a Master of Business Administration from Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania and a Bachelor of Science in electrical engineering technology from The Pennsylvania State University. He is a member of the American Society of Quality and the IEEE, for which he serves as an adviser to the Penn College IEEE student branch.

According to the publisher, Montclair Who’s Who recognizes and highlights men and women of leadership and distinction within various industries throughout the United States and Canada.

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