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Starlett Henderson

'97

Star Henderson, a '97 STC and Army ROTC alum, is involved with projects to help the spouses of military men deal with the time their husbands are overseas. Army Wife Talk Radio, a weekly Internet broadcast, is now three years old, and Henderson, who works with the show's creator, Tara Crooks, "creates and coordinates future shows as well as co-writes for various publications," she says.

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Ralph Hayden

'33

Ralph Hayden graduated in 1933 with a BS in mechanical engineering, with honor. Following graduation he was first employed by the Carrier Corporation, which he later left to join the Foxboro Company, a manufacturer of industrial instruments for processing industries, in 1937. He was elected vice president in 1962, became a member of the board of directors in 1964, and president and chief executive officer in 1968. He . . .

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Wilfred Bobier

'43

Wilfred Bobier earned a BS in Mechanical Engineering from Michigan Tech in 1943. He was a member of the Michigan Patent Lawyers Association and received the Engineer of Year Award from the Engineering Society of Detroit in 1949. Retired from his career as a registered patent agent, Wilfred Bobier holds over 100 U.S. and foreign patents, alone, with some classified as military secrets and withdrawn from issue. Prior to . . .

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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]
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Michigan Tech Wins 2014 Diversity Award

For the third year in a row, Michigan Technological University has received the Higher Education Excellence in Diversity (HEED) award from INSIGHT Into Diversity magazine. . . . [read more]