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Faculty Members Attend, Present at Autodesk University

J.D MatherPennsylvania College of Technology faculty members recently attended Autodesk University in Las Vegas, where one of the group J.D. Mather, assistant professor of drafting and computer aided design was among the presenters.

Autodesk University is an annual gathering of more than 6,000 design professionals from around the world plus more than 16,000 additional professionals who “attend” via recorded Internet sessions.

Mather presented “Your Professor Should Be Able to Help You: EngineersRule.org.” He also served as a lab assistant for a class titled “Mechanical Simulation With Autodesk Inventor Professional.”

The conference was also attended by Penn College architectural technology faculty members Dorothy J. Gerring, associate professor, and Geoffrey M. Campbell, assistant professor.

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