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Harold S. Goldberg, after a career in industry, played a key role in founding what is now called Tufts University School of Engineering’s Master of Science in Engineering Management (MSEM) program where he served as Associate Dean and then as teaching Professor. Mr. Goldberg has taught the course on Engineering Project Methodology for the past ten years, and feels strongly that the concepts taught in the program will be essential to the future life of the electronics industry in the United States. A Life Fellow of the Institute of Electronic Engineers, Mr. Goldberg is the recipient of the Distinguished Alumnus from Polytechnic Institute, John Fluke Memorial Pioneer Award from the instrumentation industry, Alan Ploss Award from Electro, Citation of Honor from the Institute of Electronic Engineers (IEEE) Unites States Activities Board, Haradon Pratt Award from IEEE, Distinguished Service Award and Career Achievement Awards from the Instrumentation and Measurement Society, where he is a Director Emeritus. He has been listed in Who’s Who in America and several of its subsidiaries. Mr. Goldberg received his BEE from The Cooper Union and his MEE from The Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn.