Frank Romano, Professor Emeritus at the Rochester Institute of Technology, has been a remarkable industry leader in this era of revolutionary change in the graphics industry. In addition to his teaching and research responsibilities at several universities, and work providing professional assistance to industry and government, he has researched and authored important books on the dynamic changes in the worlds of type and printing. He has served as founding editor and publisher for at least eight professional journals and continues to write monthly in the graphic industry’s most prominent publications. He has spoken at almost every industry conference for decades. He is President of the Museum of Printing in Haverhill, Massachusetts, a renowned repository for archives of metal and phototype and home to an impressive stable of historic presses and typesetting equipment.