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MIE Teaching Professor Beverly Kris Jaeger-Helton was featured in the United States Tennis Association’s “Officiating Spotlight: Kris Jaeger-Helton“.
MIE Teaching Professor Kris Jaeger-Helton has been selected again to help conduct ExCEEd, the week-long Excellence in Teaching program at West Point Military Academy.
MIE Teaching Professor Beverly Kris Jaeger-Helton was featured in The Sun Chronicle article "Foxboro's Helton stays on the ball on tennis court sideline, Northeastern campus".
MIE Teaching Professor Beverly Jaeger-Helton and Associate Teaching Professor Bridget Smyser were selected as Best Paper Finalists for their paper “The Write Background Makes a Difference: What Research and Writing Skills can Predict About Project Success” in the Design in Engineering Education Division at the 2018 ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition.
MIE Teaching Professor Kris Jaeger-Helton and Associate Teaching Professor Bridget Smyser won the ASEE Design in Engineering Education Division (DEED) Best Paper Award for their paper entitled "Switching Midstream, Floundering Early, and Tolerance for Ambiguity: How Capstone Students Cope with Changing and Delayed Projects".
MIE Teaching Professor Beverly Kris Jaeger-Helton was featured by BBC News in their article "How do you train to be a tennis umpire?"
The Galante Engineering Business Program hosted “Bringing Your ‘A’ Game to a Business” Dinner for over 60 students.
Dr. Beverly ‘Kris’ Jaeger, a Senior Academic Specialist in the Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering (MIE), has been named the Acting Director of the Galante Engineering Business Program. This program, established through the generosity of COE Alumnus, Edward G. Galante E’73, has been redesigned and is being relaunched. It will provide an opportunity for our undergraduate engineers to […]
MIE Senior Academic Specialists Beverly Kris Jaeger & Rich Whalen were invited to OSU to present on how the Gateway Faculty have transformed our First-year Engineering Program.
It’s April 9, and a seventh grader from the James P. Timilty Middle School in Boston’s Roxbury neighborhood is standing on a rotating platform on the third floor of Northeastern’s Snell Engineering building holding onto a spinning bicycle wheel. “When you take physics later,” says Yoshua Rozen, E’18, “you’ll learn all about the conservation of […]
Approximately 12 million people in the U.S. are affected by uncontrolled tremors as a result of neurological disorders such as Parkinson’s disease. From buttoning a shirt to writing a note, uncontrollably shaky hands make it difficult to complete some of the most basic tasks that most of us take for granted, according to fifth-year engineering […]
MIE Senior Academic Specialist Beverly Jaeger has won BOTH of ASEE’s Spread the Word & Campus Representative awards for recruiting the most new Professional members & maintaining the highest % of faculty membership. Campus Representatives play a crucial role in recruiting new ASEE members and in keeping current and potential members informed of ASEE activities. […]
Beverly Jaeger, Richard Whalen, Susan Freeman, & Stanley Forman won Best Paper at the 2011 ASEE Annual Conference for their paper “Service-Learning vs. Learning Service in First-Year Engineering: If We Cannot Conduct First-Hand Service Projects, is it Still of Value?”
MIE Professor Andrew Gouldstone and Associate Academic Specialist Beverly Jaeger received a $293K NSF Grant to explore activities in Thermal Spray Processing and Volcanology.
Beverly Jaeger, Susan Freeman, Rich Whalen, & Rebecca Payne won Best Paper for PIC III as well as Best Paper Overall at the 2010 ASEE Annual Conference for their paper “Successful Students: Smart or Tough?”. Both awards will be announced in the November issue of Prism.
COE Gateway Faculty member, Dr. Beverly Jaeger, is a line judge for tennis matches at the Beijing Olympic Games. Dr. Jaeger, a senior academic specialist in the department of mechanical and industrial engineering, finds parallels between officiating and teaching. “Working to develop better observational and listening skills has served well in each of these roles,” she says, […]