H. Wayne and Jane Z. Brady and colleagues and friends of Dr. Mohandas Baliga
Dr. Mohandas Baliga was a professor of political science at Shippensburg State College. He served on the Shippensburg faculty first in 1962 as an assistant professor for two years, followed in 1966 by his return to Shippensburg as an associate professor. During the years 1964 through 1966, Dr. Baliga taught at the University of Bombay in his native India. During his tenure at Shippensburg University, Dr. Baliga chaired the Department of Social Sciences from 1968 until 1972. Dr. Bagliga continued as a professor in the Government Department until 1988.
Educated at the University of Madras in India, Dr. Baliga received a bachelor's degree in 1953 and a master's degree in political science and public administration in 1955. Dr. Baliga furthered his education at Southern Illinois University, earning both a master's degree in educational administration and supervision and a doctorate in political science in 1961.
In addition to serving the students of Shippensburg University in an exemplary manner within the classroom, Dr. Baliga was also involved in the social aspects of campus life. Within this arena, he served as an advisor to the Shippensburg University Veterans, Young Democrats, and Social Studies clubs. Because of this devotion to the students of Shippensburg University, Dr. Baliga is fondly remembered by countless students who received the benefit of his service to Shippensburg University.
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