Architectural Technology Professor Named to 'Who's Who'
An associate professor of architectural technology at Pennsylvania College of Technology will be featured in the 2007 "Who's Who in America."
The biography of Tuna Saka will appear in the latest edition of the annual publication, which provides information on more than 110,000 of the nation's highest achievers.Inclusion is accorded by the position of responsibility held or level of significant achievement attained by nominees.
Saka received an associate degree in civil engineering technology from Hudson Valley Community College and earned bachelor's and master's degrees in architecture from the State University of New York-Buffalo. While at SUNY, he was the recipient of the American Institute of Architects Foundation Scholarship Award and the R. Buckminster Fuller Scholarship Award.
A member of the Penn College faculty since 1996, he is the author of "AutoCAD for Architecture," a textbook published by Prentice-Hall in 2001 and used in the college's computer aided drafting courses.