Barrett Hazeltine, PhD

    A 1953 Princeton University graduate, Professor Barrett Hazeltine also holds the Master of Science in Engineering degree from Princeton and in 1963 received the Doctor of Philosophy degree from the University of Michigan. In 1988 he received the honorary Doctor of Science degree from the State University of New York at Stony Brook.
    He has been a member of the faculty at Brown University since 1959 where he teaches courses in management and in engineering, and also served as Associate Dean of the College. Professor Hazeltine has served as a Visiting Professor at the University of Malawi on three occasions and taught twice at the University of Zambia, helping both of these institutions develop degree programs in engineering. He also spent a year teaching at the University of Botswana.
    Committed to high standards of academic achievement, Professor Hazeltine is noted for the personal concern and interest that he has for all of his students. He received the Senior Class Award for 13 consecutive years, and in 1985 it was named in his honor. Author of hundreds of articles, reports, and reviews for scholarly publications, Dr. Hazeltine also has written a textbook on electronic circuits and another on appropriate technology.
1954 Project Engineer, Hazeltine Electronics Corporation
1959-66 Assistant Professor of Engineering, Brown University
1966-71 Associate Professor of Engineering, Brown University
1972-2000 Professor of Engineering, Brown University
1991-92 Robert Foster Cherry Chair for Distinguished Teaching, Baylor University
1964-65 Assistant to the Manager of the Research Laboratories Space and Information Systems Division, Raytheon Company as a Participant in Residencies in Engineering Practice Program
1961-63 Assistant to the Dean of the College, Brown University
1967-72 Assistant Dean of Academic Affairs, Brown University
1972-1992 Associate Dean of the College
2000-present Professor of Engineering Emeritus, Adjunct Professor of Engineering