Title: Engineering Educator
Location: Stratham, New Hampshire, United States
Dr. Richard Haskell, Engineering Educator, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Educators for dedication, achievements, and leadership in engineering.
As an engineer and an educator, Dr. Haskell has contributed to projects throughout his endeavors. Some of his achievements include holding patents for optical processes for producing classification maps from multispectral data and patents for interactive color display for multispectral imagery using correlation clustering. One of Dr. Haskell’s earliest positions was serving as a First Lieutenant with the United States Air Force. In this time, Dr. Haskell worked as a plasma physicist for the Air Force Cambridge Research Laboratories. From there, Dr. Haskell joined the faculty at Oakland University as an assistant, then associate professor. From 1972 to 1973, he worked as a visiting scientist with the Johnson Space Center and NASA. In 1972, he was also selected as a professor of engineering at Oakland University, and remained in this position until 2012. Since 2008, Dr. Haskell has been the president of LBE Books.
Dr. Haskell was interested in engineering at an early age, first earning a BEE at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. He continued at the institution to receive an MEE in 1961 and a PhD in 1963. Throughout his career, he has remained a passionate writer, penning more than 30 books. In 1965, he published one of his first works, “Foundations of Plasma Dynamics.” In 1982, he shifted gears to covering recent technology with “Apple Basic.” Some of his most recent works include 2012’s “Digital Design Using Digilant FPCA Boards VHDL, Verilog” and 2016’s “Peggy’s Discovery.” In addition, Dr. Haskell has maintained affiliation with the Sons of the American Revolution, Sigma Xi, Eta Kappa Nu and Tau Beta Pi.
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