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.
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- PhD (2001), Human-Machine Systems Engineering, MIE, Northeastern University
- MS (1991) Biomechanics, Human Development Professions, Northeastern University
- Teaching Awards: Northeastern University Industrial Engineering Professor of the Year, 2019, 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005
- Martin Essigmann Outstanding Teaching Award, College of Engineering, Northeastern University, 2012
- Student Group Award Recognition, “The Students Speak”, College of Engineering (COE) Northeastern University, 2012
- Best Paper Award, Design in Engineering at ASEE: 2017
- Best Paper New Engineering Educators Division at ASEE, 2nd or 3rd place: 2013, 2009, 2008
- American Society for Engineering Education, 2 Campus Representative Awards, 2012
- Best Paper Award First-year Programs Division and Council at ASEE: 2012 for 2011
- Outstanding Paper Award at ASEE, 1st Overall in Annual Conference, 2011 for 2010
- Best Paper Award First-year Programs Division at ASEE: 2008
- Best Paper Award Environmental Engineering Division at ASEE: 2006 for 2005
- Human-Machine Systems
- Simulation Modeling & Analysis
- Statistics & Experimental Design
- Engineering Innovation & Design
- Facilities Planning & Material Handling
- Computational Engineering Applications
- American Society for Engineering Education, Member,
Campus Representative and Division Chair
- American Society of Civil Engineers, Member
- American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Member
- Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, Member
- Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers, Member
- National Defense Industrial Association, Member
- Society of Automotive Engineers, Member
- Technical Advisory Services of America, Member
- Jaeger-Helton BK, Smyser BM, & McManus, HL (2019). Capstone Prepares Engineers for the Real World, Right? ABET Outcomes and Student Perceptions.
Proceedings of the American Society for Engineering Education, Tampa, FL.
- Jaeger-Helton BK & Smyser BM (2018). The Write Background Makes a Difference: What Research and Writing Skills can Predict about Capstone Project Success.
Proceedings of the American Society for Engineering Education, Salt Lake City, UT. [Best Paper Finalist in Design Division]
- Jaeger-Helton BK & Smyser BM (2017). Switching Midstream, Floundering Early, and Tolerance for Ambiguity: How Capstone Students Cope with Changing and Delayed Projects. Proceedings of the American Society for Engineering Education, Columbus, OH. [Awarded Best Paper in Design Division]
- Smyser BM & Jaeger BK (2015) How Did We End up Together: Evaluating Success Levels of Student-formed vs. Instructor-formed Capstone Teams, American Society for Engineering Education, Seattle, WA.
- Love, JO, Freeman, SF, Jaeger-Helton, BK, & Whalen, R (2015) No lab? No shop? No problem: Intentional design of a First-year Engineering Learning Center with enlightening outcomes. American Society for Engineering Education Conference Proceedings, Seattle, WA,
- Variawa C, Freeman S, Goldthwaite D, Jaeger BK, Pfluger C, Schulte-Grahame K, & Whalen R (2015) First-year Student Assumptions on Diversity in Engineering Education. American Society for Engineering Education, Seattle, WA.
- Jaeger BK & Smyser BM (2014) Student‐Generated Metrics as a Predictor of Success in Capstone Design. American Society for Engineering Education, Indianapolis, IN.
- Freeman, S, Jaeger, BK, & Whalen, R (2014) Making a First‐year Impression: Engineering Projects that Affect and Connect. American Society for Engineering Education, Indianapolis, IN.
- Zhi N, Gouldstone A, Jaeger BK, Sipahi R, Frank S, (2016). Toward Monitoring Parkinson’s through Analysis of Static Handwriting Samples: A Quantitative Analytical Framework. IEEE Journal of Biomedical & Health Informatics.
- Ou, C, Gouldstone, A, Jaeger, BK, & Sipahi, R (2015) Control Design for A Hand Tremor Suppression Pen, ASME Dynamic Systems and Control Conference, Columbus, OH, October.
- Belton, SE, Sipahi, R, Gouldstone, A, & Jaeger, BK (2015) Assistive Writing Device for Tremor Patients, NIH-IEEE 2015 Strategic Conference on Healthcare Innovations and Point-of-Care Technologies, Bethesda, MD, November.
- Zhi, N, Gouldstone, A, Jaeger, BK, Sipahi, R, & Frank, S (2015) Micrographia Analysis using Number of Peaks in Horizontal Projection Profile in Writing Samples, IEEE Journal of Biomedical & Health Informatics, October.
- Zhi, N, Jaeger, BK, Gouldstone, A, Frank, S, & Sipahi, R (2015) Objective Quantitative Assessment of Movement Disorders through Analysis of Static Handwritten Characters, ASME Dynamic Systems and Control Conference, Columbus, OH, October.
- Zhi, N, Jaeger, BK, Gouldstone, A, Frank, S, & Sipahi, R (2015) A Novel Quantitative Assessment Method to Detect Effects of Essential Tremor on Static Handwriting, Northeast Bioengineering Conference, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Troy, NY, April.
- Zhi, N, Jaeger, BK, Gouldstone, A, Frank, S, & Sipahi, R (2014) Quantitative Assessment of Amplified Air Writing in Mitigating Micrographia Associated with Parkinson’s Disease, IEEE Healthcare Innovation Point-of-Care Technologies Conference, Seattle, WA, October.
- Zhi, N., Jaeger, BK, Gouldstone, A, Frank, S, & Sipahi, R (2014) Quantitative Metrics to Monitor Effects of Micrographia in Handwriting: A Study with Historical Signature Samples, Grand Challenges in Parkinson’s Disease, September 24-25, Van Andel Institute, Michigan.
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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.
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