Devang P. Mehta

TitleAssociate Professor

DepartmentGraphic Design Technology

Phone336-285-3109

Emailmehtad@ncat.edu

OfficeSmith Hall
Room: 3020

1601 East Market Street
Greensboro, NC 27411

Devang P. Mehta

Education

DIT: Industrial Technology , University of Northern Iowa, 2001

MA: Technology, University of Northern Iowa, 1997

Other: Graphic Arts, Iowa Lakes Community College , 1994

BS: Microbiology, University of Mumbai, 1987


Research Interests

Graphic technology/management, teaching strategies/methods, distance learning.


Recent Publications

Mehta,  Devang  ( 2011).  The correlation between the size and the performance of a commercial printing company for conducting B2C operations on the Web.  ( Spring,  pp. 22 - 27).   Visual Communications Journal.

Mehta,  Devang  ( 2009).  The correlation between the frequency of Web site modification and performance of a commerc The relationship between the length of adoption of Web technology and commercial printing firm.    Visual Communications Journal.

Mehta,  Devang  ( 2006).  A comparison of waterless litho with conventional litho on productivity, eco-friendliness and technical skills needed.    Visual Communications Journal.

Mehta,  Devang  ( 2004).  A study of quality differences between waterless and conventional litho printing.  ( 4,  20,  pp. 2-5).   Journal of Industrial Technology.

Mehta,  Devang  ( 2004).  An investigation of the non-financial performance of printing firms for performing B2C operations on the Web.    Visual Communications Journal.

Mehta,  Devang  ( 2003).  An investigation to determine the cost differences between traditional litho and waterless litho.    Visual Communications Journal.

Mehta,  Devang  ( 2003).  An investigation of the perceived financial performance of commercial printing firms for conducting B2C activities using Web technology.  ( 2,  19,  pp. 2-4).   Journal of Industrial Technology.

Zeman,  C  Herman,  L  Mehta,  Devang  Wollin,  T  Dennis,  E  ( 2000).  Requisites to consider when choosing low volatility pressroom solvents for lithographic printing operations.  ( (1),  8,  pp. 35-47).   Journal of Cleaner Production.

Zeeman,  C  Mehta,  Devang  Wilson,  D  Dennis,  E  ( 1996).  Eliminating screen printing photographic wastes.    Pollution Prevention Review.