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Faculty Member Presents Sessions at ‘Autodesk University 2006’

Jeffrey D. MatherFour Pennsylvania College of Technology employees participated in “Autodesk University 2006,” with one of them presenting two sessions at the software company’s annual conference and exhibition.

At the event, held Nov. 28 to Dec. 1 in Las Vegas, Jeffrey D. Mather, assistant professor of drafting and computer aided design, presented a session titled “Becoming an Autodesk Inventor Professor in 90 Minutes.” He co-presented “Compelling Features of 3-D in AutoCAD 2007.”

Also attending on behalf of Penn College were T. Jay Cunningham, assistant professor of civil engineering technology; Craig A. Miller, CAD technology specialist for the college’s Workforce Development & Continuing Education Office; and David A. Probst, assistant professor of drafting and computer aided design.

In its 14th year, Autodesk University brought together a community of more than 7,500 professionals product users, instructors, software developers and tools suppliers to participate in training, meetings and informal activities.

With 7 million users, Autodesk is the world’s leading software and services company for the manufacturing, infrastructure, building, media and entertainment, and wireless data services fields.

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