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C. Rabagliati

'69

Mark transferred to Michigan Tech after obtaining a Diploma in Mining Technology from Haileybury School of Mines in Ontario and received his BS in Geological Engineering in 1969. Since this time, Mark has worked in industry beginning with junior Canadian companies and major international companies working up to a geological exploration consultant with Hunter Dickinson Group. He is currently President of his own company, . . .

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Charles McArthur

'50

The life and times of Charles McArthur, an MSE alumnus from Folsom, California, have revolved around three traditions: family, education, and mining. Family ties were paramount; education was the family mantra; and working in the mining industry was a family tradition.

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Caleb Wendel

'04

In their classes at the School of Business and Economics, Steve Vizanko ’04 and Caleb Wendel ’07 learned how to craft a detailed business plan and meticulously estimate a new enterprise’s growth.

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Students experiment with a plasma ball at a Mind Trekkers science and engineering festival.

Dow Chemical Sponsors Great Lakes Bay Science & Engineering Festival at Delta College

The Dow Chemical Company, the Michigan Tech Mind Trekkers and Delta College are teaming up again to present the Dow Great Lakes Bay Regional Science . . . [read more]

Despite Rockets and Sirens, Graduate Student Feels Safe in Israel

A lot can change in eight months, especially on a global scale. Here in the United States, we see the Middle East crumpling on television, . . . [read more]
Researchers can save thousands of dollars and slash the time it takes to complete experiments by printing parts for their own custom-designed syringe pumps. Joshua Pearce's lab made this web-enabled double syringe pump for less than $160. Emily Hunt photo

Science Just Got Cheaper (and Faster): Design Library Lets Researchers Print their Own Syringe Pumps

Furnishing a research lab can be pretty expensive. Now a team led by an engineer at Michigan Technological University has published an open-source library of . . . [read more]