Legendary engineering professor Barrett Hazeltine has been recognized by The Princeton Review as one America’s top undergraduate professors in its latest guidebook, The Best 300 Professors. The book profiles professors in 60 fields based on surveys by The Princeton Review and ratings on RateMyProfessors.com, the highest trafficked college professor ratings site in the country.
Data from RateMyProfessors.com identified more than 42,000
professors, and was culled down to a base list of 1,000 professors. After
obtaining further input from university administrators and students, along with The Princeton Review’s surveys of the professors under consideration, the
editors of The Princeton Review made the final choices of the professors.
Professor Hazeltine has taught engineering, management, and
technology courses at Brown for more than 50 years, and currently teaches
Management of Industrial and Non-Profit Organizations, Managerial Decision
Making, and Appropriate Technology. He received awards for teaching from thirteen senior classes at Brown, 1972 to 1984, and 1990. In 1985, the award was named after him.