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JERRY M. HATFIELD Jerry Hatfield is an Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering at Northern Arizona University. He is a graduate of the University of California (BSEE) and of the University of Southern California (MBA) and is a registered professional engineer. His areas of interest include freshman programs, multi-disciplinary design, computer aided instruction and testing, computer aided instrumentation systems, and analog and digital circuit design.
JOHN T. TESTER John Tester is an Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering at Northern Arizona University. He received his doctorate in Industrial & Systems Engineering at Virginia Tech. Prior to his academic career, he was a Mechanical Engineer at the telecommunications firm, Amtech Systems; he also served as an engineering officer in the U.S. Air Force. His interests include design, advanced manufacturing, renewable energy and engineering education.
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