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Faculty member’s book 25th on ‘100 Best’ list


"Engineering for Industrial Designers & Inventors"Thomas E. AskA book written by a Penn College professor of industrial design has been chosen among the field’s 100 best works “of all time” by BookAuthority.

Thomas E. Ask’s “Engineering for Industrial Designers & Inventors: Fundamentals for Designers of Wonderful Things,” published in 2016 by O’Reilly Media, is ranked 25th on the recently compiled list.

BookAuthority is described as the leading site for nonfiction recommendations, curating the books recommended by the world’s most successful CEOs, business leaders and experts.

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Shelley Bamonte,

Congratulations, Tom! I look forward to reading your book!

Tom Gregory,

A well deserved recognition… Congratulations!

Drew Potts,

Congratulations, Tom!

Brad Martin,

Congratulations! It’s a great book.

Michael Stephen DiPalma,

What an accomplishment! Congratulations, Tom!

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