|Intro||English electrical engineer and academic (1882-1974)|
|Was||Engineer Electrical engineer|
|Birth||19 March 1882, Hornsey, United Kingdom|
|Death||14 October 1974 (aged 92 years)|
Arthur Blok (ארתור בלוק; March 19, 1882 – October 14, 1974) was English, and the first administrative head (or Principal, as he was then called) of the Technion – Israel Institute of Technology, in Haifa, Israel (then, Mandatory Palestine), from 1924–1925.
Blok was born in Hornsey, North London, and attended Owen's School. He was an electrical engineering graduate of University College London (BSc). He was personal assistant to Professor Ambrose Fleming.
Blok was the first administrative head (or Principal, as he was then called) of the Technion, from 1924–1925. He was succeeded by Max Hecker.
He was appointed OBE in 1945. Blok died at 94 years of age.