northeastern university seal
EXPLORE NORTHEASTERN

Contact

  • mahes@coe.neu.edu
  • 409 Dana Research Center
    360 Huntington Avenue

    Boston, Massachusetts 02115

Social Media

Office

  • 367 Snell Enegineering Center
  • 617.373.5905

Lab

  • 368 Snell Engineering Center

Related Links

Research Focus

Current Research: Experiential Engineering Education via Innovation and Invention. Focus on the Technical Design, Energy System, and Medical Engineering (MedEng) Design Innovations via Prototyping and Proof of Concept. Past Research: High-Temperature Superconductors, Two-Dimensional Electron Gas, and Engineering Physics Education.

About

Bala Maheswaran received his M.S. and Ph.D. in experimental solid state Physics, and MSEE in Electrical Engineering from Northeastern University. He worked as a research associate and lecturer in the department physics, Northeastern University, and then joined the college of engineering. He is currently a senior faculty in the First-Year Engineering Program.  He has contributed and authored about sixty publications consisting of original research and education related papers, and conference proceedings. He also has been a part of paper presentations, workshops and panel discussions in several national and international conferences. He has over twenty years of experience in teaching at Northeastern University. He is the Division Chair of Engineering Physics Division, ASEE; Chair-elect and executive board member, ASEE-NE Section; the co-chair of TASME Conference (Technological Advances in Science, Medicine and Engineering), and Academic Member of Athens Institute for Education and Research (ATINER), and the Head, Electrical Engineering Unit, ATHINER.

Education

Bala Maheswaran received his M.S. and Ph.D. in experimental solid state Physics, and MSEE in Electrical & Computer Engineering from Northeastern University.

Honors & Awards

  • Full-Time Faculty Professional Development Award 2018-19
  • Global experience Office (GEO) Faculty Fellowship 2018-19
  • Outstanding Teacher Award, American Society of Engineering Education, 2018
  • Head, Electrical Engineering Unit, Athens Institute for Education and Research ATINER 2017–2020.
  • Academic Member, Athens Institute for Education and Research (ATINER 2016 – present)
  • Nominated by the ASEE President to serve in the ASEE Chester F. Carlson Award Committee (nationwide) for three years, 2015-2018.
  • Energy Panelist Certificate of Recognition, Engineering Physics Division, ASEE2018 and 2017.
  • ABET Panelist Certificate of Recognition,  Engineering Physics Division, ASEE2018, 2017, 2016 and 2015.
  • First place in the Best Student Paper Competition at the ASEE Northeast Conference, 2016.
  • Personally invited by the Northeastern University President for the year 2014 State of the University gathering, and was recognized “as someone who is making difference our community”.
  • Distinguished Educator and Service Award, The Engineering Physics Division, ASEE 2013
  • Outstanding Teacher of First Year Engineering Students, College of Engineering, Northeastern University, 2013 and 2001.
  • Nominee for Northeastern University “Excellence in Teaching Award”, 2013 and 2011.
  • Northeastern University, “15 Year Service Award”, 2012
  • Recognition for commitment as  teacher to  College of Engineering, by the Black Engineering Student Society, the Society of Women in Engineering, and the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineering 2011
  • US Patent (US5677265A) on High Tc Superconductors, 1997
  • Invention Incentive Award, Northeastern University, 1994
  • Advance Research Award, Barnett Institute, Northeastern University, 1994
  • The Best at Northeastern University, 2017

Teaching Interests

Try to reform engineering education by moving away from the boundaries of traditional classroom based approaches to project-based, concept-based, team-based, skill- and knowledge-integrated approaches using real world situations.

Leadership Positions

  • Chair, NU Senate Faculty Development Committee (FDC), 2019-20
  • Chair-elect, American Society for Engineering Education – Northeast Section, 2018-2020
  • Chair, American Society for Engineering Education – Northeast Section, 2020-2022
  • Chair, Engineering Physics Division, ASEE 2017-2020
  • Head, Electrical Engineering Unit, Athens Institute for Education and Research ATINER 2017–2020.
  • Co-Chair, Technological Advances in Science, Medicine and Engineering Conference (TASME) 2011-2020

Professional Affiliations

Professional Services:

  • Chair-elect, American Society for Engineering Education – Northeast Section, 2018-2020
  • Chair, American Society for Engineering Education – Northeast Section, 2020-2022
  • Academic member and Unit Head responsible for the 2nd Annual International Conference on Electrical Engineering, ATINER 2018
  • Academic member responsible for the 6th Annual International Conference on Engineering Physics, ATINER 2018
  • Academic member responsible for an Annual International Symposium on the Future of Sciences, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics (STEAM) Education, ATINER 2018
  • Co-Chair, Technological Advances in Science, Medicine and Engineering Conference (TASME) 2011-2020
  • Division Chair, Engineering Physics Division, ASEE 2017-2020
  • P12 Representative, ASEE2018-2020
  • Interdivisional Town Hall Meeting Planning Committee, ASEE 2016-2017, 2019-2020
  • Program Chair, Engineering Physics Division, ASEE 2013-2017
  • Secretary and executive board member, ASEE-NE Section 2017–2019.
  • Campus Rep Chair and executive board member, ASEE-NE Section 2016–2017.
  • Membership Co-Chair and executive board member, ASEE NE Section 2015-2016
  • Poster Chair,  ASEE-NE2015 Section conference
  • Organizing Committee, ASEE-NE2016 Section Conference
  • Chair, Graduate Student Posters, ASEE-NE2017 Section conference
  • Chair, Undergraduate Student Posters, Undergraduste Students Poster, ASEE-NE2018 Section conference
  • Secretary, Engineering Physics Division, ASEE 2011-2013
  • Award Committee, Engineering Physics Division, ASEE 2011-2013
  • Selection Committee, Best Paper, PIC III (Professional Interest Council III), ASEE 2012-2013 and 2015-2016
  • Moderator in the ASEE National, ASEE-NE Section, ATINER and TASME International Conferences, 2011-2017
  • Member of the American Society of Engineering Education (ASEE), 2001-present
  • Member of the Technological Advances in Science, Medicine and Engineering (TASME), 2004-present
  • Member of the New England Board of Higher Education Science & Engineering Academic Support Network College Campus Coordinators 1995-99.
  • Member of the American Association of Physics Teachers (AAPT), 1995-1999
  • Member of the American Physical Society (APS) 1985-99
  • Member of the Material Research Society (MRS) 1993-95

Institutional Services:

  • Chair, Senate Faculty Development Committee (FDC), 2019-20
  • University Honors-College Collaborations Committee, 2019-20
  • NTT-Faculty Promotion Committee 2016-2018, 2019-2020
  • Vice-Chair, COE Faculty Council 2017-2018,  (elected) member 2015-2017.
  • COE Academic and Research Infrastructure Committee 2015-2018.
  • Affiliation with the NU Program in Multicultural Engineering (NUPRIME) Summer Bridge Activities, 2002 – present
  • Affiliation with the NU Women in Engineering  Physics Review Programs, 2005 – present
  • First-Yaer Engineering Merit Review Committee 2014 and 2016

Research Overview

Current Research: Experiential Engineering Education via Innovation and Invention. Focus on the Technical Design, Energy System, and Medical Engineering (MedEng) Design Innovations via Prototyping and Proof of Concept. Past Research: High-Temperature Superconductors, Two-Dimensional Electron Gas, and Engineering Physics Education.

Department Research Areas

Selected Publications

Refereed Articles

  • Water Flow Energy Generator: Physics of Fluids, Alejandro Hervella, Yifan Guo, Minh Duc Dinh, Aleksei Pavlov, and Bala Maheswaran, ASEE 2019 National Conference Proceeding.
  • Regenerative Braking System on a Conventional Bike, Logan Gross, Bailey Ritchie, Nicolas Tedori, Eamon Whitmore, and Bala Maheswaran, ASEE Conference Proceeding 2018
  • Innovative Energy Elevator: A Physics and Engineering Wonder!, Cristian Stransky, Damien Dumayas, Tianyi Dai, Paponvich Chattrapronvichian, Hari Kumarakuru, and Bala Maheswaran, ASEE Conference Proceeding 2018
  • Harnessing Vibrational Energy: Recycling Excess Kinetic Energy with Piezoelectric Generators, Carl Underkoffler, Matthew Streibich, Alan Zhou, Matthew Warren, and Bala Maheswaran, ASEE-NE Conference Proceeding2018
  • Thermoelectric Energy Generation from Biomass: An Innovative Proposal for a Small Scale Solution, Lamia Alam, Christopher Gehrke, Piper Jacobs, Clem Smith, Edward Witten, and Bala Maheswaran, ASEE-NE Conference Proceeding 2018
  • Power Generation through Typing: Harnessing Wasted Mechanical Energy with Piezoelectric Sensors, Brock Fenbert, Joshua Field, Noah Ossanna, Monika Pesa, Jack Streed, and Bala Maheswaran, ASEE-NE Conference Proceeding 2018
  • Hydrothermal Vents: An Energy Source a Mile below the Surface, Aberdeen Dinius, Maria Firan, Sara Kamboj, Michael Moscatt, Suha Yacoob, and Bala Maheswaran, ASEE-NE Conference Proceeding 2018
  • A Study on Enhancing Advanced Physics Laboratory Teaching, Haridas Kumarakuru, Don Heiman, and Bala Maheswaran,  ASEE 2017 Conference Proceeding.
  • Renewable Energy Generation from Footsteps using Piezoelectronics, Matthew Hoffman, Molly Sharpe, Zachary Stern, Daniel Trapp, and Bala Maheswaran, ASEE-NE 2017 Conference Proceeding.
  • The Deskcycle: A Proposal for the Application of DC Generators towards Efficient, College Student Powered Energy Generation, Jack Carvalho, Edgar Castro, Erin Raftery, Jeffrey Yao, and Bala Maheswaran, ASEE-NE 2017 Conference Proceeding.
  • Harnessing Energy from Everyday Movement: A Proposition for the Expansion of Piezoelectrics, Conor Byrne, Tim Cook, Emily Malterre, Vidhan Bhaiya, and Bala Maheswaran, ASEE-NE 2017 Conference Proceeding.
  • The Cornerstone Course: Projects and Progress, Susan F. Freeman, Jennifer Ocif Love, Richard Whalen, Courtney Pfluger, Joshua L. Hertz, Bala Maheswaran, Mark L. Sivak, and Kathryn Schulte Graham,  FYE 2016 Conference Proceeding.
  • Cranking Up Cornerstone: Lessons Learned from Implementing a Pilot with First-Year Engineering Students, Susan F. Freeman, Courtney Pfluger, Richard Whalen Kathryn Schulte Grahame, Joshua L. Hertz, Chirag Variawa, Jennifer Ocif Love, Mark L. Sivak, and Bala Maheswaran, ASEE 2016 Conference Proceeding
  • Teaching Accelerated Course via Team Activities: Assessment and Peer Rating of the Team Impact, Bala Maheswaran, ASEE 2016 Conference Proceeding.
  • Renewable Energy Generation from Frequent Human Activity, Matthew Bonanni, Peter Groen, Brian Liang, Owen Porth, Spencer Pozder, and Bala Maheswaran, ASEE-NE 2016 Conference Proceeding.
  • Assessment and Analysis of a New Learning Approach: Teaching Electrical Circuit Courses via Mastering Engineering, Bala Maheswaran, ASEE 2015 Conference Proceeding.
  • A New Teaching Approach for Ancient Engineering Physics: Master Physics via Mastering Physics! A Study and Survey, Bala Maheswaran, ASEE 2014 Conference Proceeding.
  • Impact of a Design Project in Engineering Physics: Does motor design project motivate students? Bala Maheswaran,  ASEE 2013 Conference  Proceeding.
  • How much Physics the First Year Engineering Students really need: A Study and Survey, Bala Maheswaran, ASEE Conference Proceedings, AC 2012-3390.
  • Summer Bridge: An Engineering Diversity College Industry Partnership initiative between NUPRIME and Raytheon-IDS, Richard Harris, BalaMaheswaran, Rachelle Reisberg and Chester Boncek, ASEE Conference Proceedings, AC 2012-4713.
  • A Study of Physics Based Problem Solving Approaches in the Freshmen Engineering Course”, Bala Maheswaran, ASEE Conference Proceedings, AC 2011-292.
  • A partnership of non-traditional access into engineering via nuprime and the ujima scholars program. R. Harris and B. Maheswaran, ASEE Conference Proceeding, AC 2010-1907.
  • Supplemental freshman physics/chemistry programs to support women in engineering. R. Reisberg, A. Funai and B. Maheswaran, ASEE Conference Proceeding, AC 2009 -1851.
  • Summer Bridge: a step into the engineering gap. R. Harris and B. Maheswaran, ASEE Conference Proceeding, AC 2009 – 570.
  • Connections Physics Review (CPR) Program. A.Funai, A. Interrante, R. Reisberg, S. Wadia-Fascetti, B. Maheswaran, ASEE Conference Proceeding 2006 -1764.
  • Teamwork is Academic: The Gateway Approach to Teaching Engineering Freshman. R. Whalen, S. F. Freeman, B. K. Jaeger and B. Maheswaran, ASEE Conference Proceeding 2005.
  • Terrace growth in partially melt-regrown Eu-123 high-Tc superconductors. B. Maheswaran et al. J. of Superconductivity Vol. 9, 1, 1996.
  • Biaxial alignment of high-Tc superconductor polycrystals VIII: phi-circle scan analysis of EuBa2Cu3O7-d (Eu-123). S-Q. Wang, R. A. Bigelow, J-Z. Zhang, C. Bonetto, B. Maheswaran, R.S. Markiewicz, M. G. Williams and B. C. Giessen, J. Mater. Res. 11, 1108 (1996).
  • Biaxial alignment of high T¬c superconductor polycrystals VII: Demonstration of biaxial alignment of EuBa2Cu3Ox (Eu-123) by pole figure measurement. S.Q. Wang, J.Z. Zhang, C. Bonetto, B. Maheswaran, M. G. Williams, I. Weber, R.S. Markiewicz, Bill C. Giessen, Applied Superconductivity 3 (1995) 27.
  • Effect of excess BaCuO2 on grain boundaries of melt-regrown Eu-123. J. Zhang, S.Q. Wang, B. Maheswaran, C. Testelin, C. Bonetto, R. Hidalgo, X.Y. Zhang, B.C. Giessen, and R.S. Markiewicz, Physica B 194-195, 1935 (1994).
  • Scaling behavior of the rf vortex penetration depth in an organic superconductor. S. Sridhar, B. Maheswaran, Balam M. Willemsen, Dong Ho Wu, R.C. Haddon, Phys. Rev. Lett. 68, 2220 (1992).
  • Susceptibility line shape of a field induced 2D hole gas. B. Maheswaran and R.S. Markiewicz, Phys. Rev. B39, 1946 (1989).
  • One dimensional density of states in a field induced 2D hole gas. B. Maheswaran and R.S. Markiewicz, Sol. St. Comm. Vol. 7, No. 4, 423 (1989).
  • Critical current enhancement in field-oriented YBa2Cu3O7-d. K. Chen, B. Maheswaran, Y.P. Liu, B.C. Giessen, C. Chan and R.S. Markiewicz, Appl. Phys. Lett. 55:289 (1989).
  • Scaling of critical current density in field-aligned grains of (Tl0.75Bi0.25)1.33 Sr1.33 Ca1.33Cu2O6.67+ the “1212” phase. K. Chen, B. Maheswaran, P. Haldar, R.S. Markiewicz and B.C. Giessen, J. Appl. Phys. Vol. 65, No. 9, 3574 (1989).
  • Flux lattice melting and flux creep in a high-Tc superconductor. R.S. Markiewicz, K. Chen, B. Maheswaran, A.B. Swanson and J.S. Brooks, J. Phys. Condens Matter 1, 8945 (1989).
  • YBa2Cu3O7-d: Enhancing Jc by field orientation. R.S. Markiewicz, K. Chen, B. Maheswaran, Y.P. Liu, B.C. Giessen, C. Chan, Proc. 3rd Ann. Conf. on superconductors and applications, Buffalo, NY, plenum p.567 (1989).
  • Bulk superconductivity at 122 K in Tl(Ba,Ca)2Ca3Cu4O10.5+ (1234 phase) having 4 consecutive copper oxide. P. Halder, K. Chen, B. Maheswaran, A. Roig-Janick, N. Jaggi, R.S. Markiewicz and B.C. Giessen, Science Vol. 241, 1198 (1988).
  • Landau gap in a two-dimensional hole gas. R.S. Markiewicz, M. Meskoob and B. Maheswaran, Surf. Sci. 196, 707-711 (1988).
  • Shubnikov deHass effect in a field-induced two-dimensional hole-gas. M. Meskoob, R.S. Markiewicz and B. Maheswaran, Sol. St. Comm. Vol. 67, No. 8, pp. 773 (1988).
  • Susceptibility of the two-dimensional electron gas: Diamagnetic spikes and gaps in the density of states. R.S. Markiewicz, M. Meskoob and B. Maheswaran, Phys. Rev. B36, 7859 (1987).

Panel Discussions and Workshops

Abstracts and Presentations

  • Innovations in Engineering Education: Experiential Engineering Education via Innovation – A New Approach, Bala Maheswaran, Northeastern University. ASEE-Zone 1 2019 Conference proceeding.
  • Pulley Power Producer, Morgan TerMaat, Cynthia Savage, Erik Sullivan, Gustaf Njei, and Bala Maheswaran, ASEE-Zone1 2019 Conference Proceeding.
  • Smart Lights, Jessica Walsh, James Wachala, Ivan Kartashov, Christian Free, and Bala Maheswaran, ASEE-Zone1 2019 Conference Proceeding.
  • Piezoelectric Keyboard Mat: Repurposing Energy through Piezoelectric Generators, Jaison Patel, Clara Stewart, Ritvik Rao, Dillon Davies and Bala Maheswaran, ASEE-Zone1 2019 Conference Proceeding.
  • Induced Reflexes by Electrostimulation of Flexor Muscles, Soohan Kim, Branden Lee, Jenna Malloy, Neo Nyoni, Ethan Scanlan, and Bala Maheswaran, ASEE-Zone1 2019 Conference Proceeding.
  • Energy Generation for the Gain Train, Kelli Therrien, . Elaine Lau, Nick Reinhold, Gilbert Liang, Joe Worth, and Bala Maheswaran, ASEE-Zone1 2019 Conference Proceeding.
  • Assessment and Analysis of a New Teaching and Learning Approach via Mastering Technique,  Bala Maheswaran,  ATINER Conference 2016.
  • A study of problem Solving Approaches in the Freshmen Engineering Course, Bala Maheswaran, ASEE Conference Proceedings, AC 2010-332.
  • Summer Bridge: A Bridge to Success, Richard Harris and Bala Maheswaran, ASEE Conference Proceedings, 2008.
  • Integrating Physics Problems in the Freshman Engineering Courses, Bala Maheswaran, ASEE Conference Proceedings, AC 2007-770.
  • Designing with empty space: Wormholes and geodes in high-Tc superconductors; B. Maheswaran et al., Bull. MRS 1994.
  • Oxygenation of 123 superconductor ceramics by synthetic micro-channels, B. Maheswaran et-al, Poster presentation, Science Day, Northeastern University 1994.
  • ‘Wormholes’ in high-Tc superconductors; B. Mahwswaran et al., Bull. APS 1994.
  • Improving intergranular connects in biaxially aligned high-Tc superconductors; C. Bonetto, J.Z. Zhang, S.Q. Wang, B. Maheswaran, C. Testelin, R.S. Markiewicz and B.C. Giessen, Bull. APS 1994.
  • Surface melt behavior of aligned 123 superconductors, B. Maheswaran et-al,, Poster presentation, Science Day, Northeastern University 1993.
  • Observation and modeling of terrace growth in Eu-123 high-Tc superconductors; B. Maheswaran et al., Bull. MRS 1993.
  • Surface melting and faceting in biaxially aligned EuBa2Cu3O7-d ; B. Maheswaran et al., Bull. APS 1993.
  • Inter and intragranular critical current as a function of grain alignment in high-Tc superconductors; C.A. Bonetto, C. Testelin, J.Z. Zhang, S.Q. Wang, B. Maheswaran, R.S. Markiewicz and B.C. Giessen, Bull. MRS 1993.
  • Phase equilibrium in RE-Ba-Cu oxide system and the preparation of high-Tc ceramic superconductors by biaxial alignment; S.Q. Wang, J.Z. Zhang, B. Maheswaran, C. Testelin, R.S. Markiewicz and B.C. Giessen. Bull. ACS (NERM 23) 1993.
  • Magnetization and transport critical currents in partial-melt-regrown Eu-123; J. Zhang, S.Q. Wang, C. Bonetto, B. Maheswaran, R.S. Markiewicz and B.C. Giessen, Bull. MRS 1993.
  • Flux dynamics and lower critical fields in the organic superconductor k-[BEDT-TTF]2Cu[NCS]2; B. Maheswaran, Balam A. Willemsen, Dong Ho Wu, S. Sridhar and R.C. haddon, Bull. APS 1991.
  • Scaling of magnetization critical currents and flux creep in high-Tc superconductor; K. Chen, B. Maheswaran, R.S. Markiewicz, A.G. Swanson and J.S. Brooks, Bull. APS 1989.
  • Flux lattice melting in a 122 K superconductor; B. Maheswaran et al., Bull. APS 1989.
  • Optical reflectivity studies of magnetically-oriented high-Tc materials; F. Lu, C.H. Perry, K. Chen, B. Maheswaran and R.S. Markiewicz, Bull. APS 1989.
  • Reentrant Ferromagnetism/spin glass in a 2.5 nm thick Pd:11%Fe film; R.S. Markiewicz, B. Maheswaran and L. Fotiadis, Bull. APS 1988.
  • Susceptibility spikes in a field-induced 2D hole gas; B. Maheswaran el al., Bull. APS 1988.
  • Field-oriented pellets of high-Tc superconductors; K. Chen, B. Maheswaran and R.S. Markiewicz, Bull. APS 1988. Susceptibility of the two-dimensional electron gas:
  • Landau gap in a two-dimensional hole gas; R.S. Markiewicz, M. Meskoob and B. Maheswaran, Bull. APS 1987.
  • Configuration-coordinate model for the persistent photo-conductivity of indium-doped Pb1-xSnxTe; B. Maheswaran et al., Bull. APS 1985.

See Google Scholar Profile for publications »

Students jumping in front of Tesla building

Students

Oct 23, 2019

Dialogue of Civilization 2019 – Silicon Valley

Professor Bala Maheswaran led a group of students on a five-week-long Dia­logue of Civilization program, titled, “Technical Innovation and Product Prototyping” in Silicon Valley, San Jose.

Undergraduate

Apr 17, 2019

Freshmen Engineering Students presented at the 2019 ASEE-Zone 1 Conference, Niagara Falls, NY

Freshmen engineering students, under the supervision of Professor Bala Maheswaran, presented five papers at the American Society of Engineering Education – Zone 1 conference on April 11-13, 2019 at Niagara Falls, NY.

Undergraduate

Oct 01, 2018

Exploring “Technical Innovation and Product Prototyping” in Silicon Valley

FYELIC Teaching Professor Bala Maheswaran of the Col­lege of Engi­neering led a five-week-long Dia­logue of Civilizations program, titled, “Technical Innovation and Product Prototyping” in Silicon Valley, San Jose.

Undergraduate

Jul 18, 2018

Undergraduate Engineering Students’ work published at the ASEE2018 National Conference

Two undergraduate engineering student papers, written under the supervision of FYELIC Teaching Professor Bala Maheswaran, were published and presented at the American Society of Engineering Education National Conference, on June 24-27, 2018 at Salt Lake City, Utah.

Faculty

Jul 17, 2018

Recognition at the ASEE2018

FYELIC Teaching Professor Bala Maheswaran was awarded three Certificate of Recognition’s for Panel Discussions and Workshop at the ASEE2018.

Faculty

May 02, 2018

Chair-elect/Chair of the ASEE-NE

At the Northeast Section of the American Society for Engineering Education Executive Board Meeting, Professor Bala Maheswaran was elected as the chair-elect of the section. He will serve as the chair-elect for the next two years followed by two additional years as the Section Chair. He will also serve as the executive board member of the […]

Faculty

Apr 29, 2018

Outstanding Teaching Award

FYELIC Teaching Professor Bala Maheswaran received the Outstanding Teaching Award at the Northeast Section of the American Society for Engineering Education banquet on April 27, 2018 at the University of Hartford, Connecticut. ASEE is the Global Principal organization for Engineering Education.

Undergraduate

Apr 10, 2018

Freshmen Engineering Students will publish and present at the ASEE-NE2018 Conference

Four freshmen engineering student papers, under the supervision of Teaching Professor Bala Maheswaran, have been accepted for publication and presentation at the American Society of Engineering Education – Northeast conference on April 27-28, 2018 at the University of Hartford, Connecticut.

Faculty

Feb 02, 2018

ASEE-NE2018: Outstanding Teacher Award

FYELIC Teaching Professor Bala Maheswaran was awarded the Outstanding Teaching Award by the Northeast Section of the American Society for Engineering Education. He will be honored at the award ceremony at the ASEE-NE2018 Conference to be held at the University of Hartford, Connecticut on April 27-28, 2018. ASEE is the Global Principal organization in Engineering […]

Faculty

Jul 25, 2017

Maheswaran Participates in ATINER Symposium

First-Year Teaching Professor Bala Maheswaran gave a presentation on “Engineering Education via Innovation and Invention” at the Athens Institute for Education and Research (ATINER).

View All Related News