Dear Dean Hazeltine,

It's hard to remember many specifics. I think I probably took your class in 1967. As an engineering student, I remember you as the best teacher in the department. In addition, you were the professor most open to and interested in students as individuals. I also remember you for the course we called Wires and Pliers—electrical engineering for non-engineers.

The thing that struck me was your clarity and ability to communicate. One has to really understand things deeply in order to present them simply—and you did.

While we were inventing the Kelvin Award (for absolute zero) for a couple of our professors, you, Barrett Hazeltine, were a standout favorite at the other end of the spectrum.

I hope you will have a great birthday and many more.


Neal Campbell
Class of 1968
San Jose, CA

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