Dr. M. Hagler is P. W. Horn Professor of Electrical Engineering. He received his B. A. degree from Rice University in 1962, his B. S. E. E. from Rice University in 1963, his M. S. E. E.from the University of Texas at Austin in 1964, and his Ph. D. from the University of Texas at Austin in 1967. Having taught almost all of the required undergraduate courses in electrical engineering as well as electives and graduate courses in optics, plasmas, and linear systems, Dr. Hagler currently is particularly interested in the application of instructional technologies to engineering education. He served as the guest editor for the August 1996 IEEE Transactions on Education special issue on the application of infomration technologies to engineering and science ecuation. This Transactions issue was the first published by the IEEE that was accompanied by a CD-ROM disk. In addition, Dr. Hagler was the Co-Editor of the Rapid Publication Supplement to the November 1997 issue of the IEEE Transactions on Education, also accompanied by a CD-ROM. Dr. Hagler serves on the Administrative Committee of the IEEE Education Society and as Chair of the Finance Committee for the IEEE Educational Activities Board. He has served as Chair of the IEEE Awards Board, President of the National Electrical Engineering Department Heads Association and Chair of the Steering Committee for the Frontiers in Education Conference.