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Herbert Fluharty

'65

 It started out as civil engineering and surveying firm. Today it specializes in horizontal drilling, which features drilling beneath wetlands or water - an "environment-driven" technology. In 2000, Mears became a part of Quanta Services Group.

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David Post

'56

Mr. David P. Post, a 1956 civil engineering graduate of Michigan Tech, is Senior Vice President with the Bethlehem Steel Corporation. Upon graduation, he joined Bethlehem Steel as a member of the Loop management training program and a short time later was named a salesman in the Chicago district. As he progressed through the organization, he held the positions of assistant manager of sales, manager of sales, and regional . . .

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Elio Argentati

'50

Elio Argentati, a native of Iron Mountain who moved to Iron River, Michigan, graduated from Michigan Tech with a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering in 1950, after which he fashioned a notable career.

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Daisuke Minakata, (CEE) has been named a winner of the Ralph E. Powe Junior Faculty Enhancement Award from the Oak Ridge Associated Universities.

Daisuke Minakata Wins Powe Award from ORAU

One of the greatest needs facing mankind today is the safety and availability of water. Water scarcity driven by climate change and other factors presents . . .[ read more ]
A new NSF program will help Michigan Tech's Department of Mechanical Engineering-Engineering Mechanics attract more women and under-represented minority undergraduates.

Michigan Tech 1 of 5 Universities Chosen to Help Improve Diversity in Mechanical Engineering Education

Michigan Technological University’s Department of Mechanical Engineering-Engineering Mechanics is one of five mechanical engineering departments nationwide selected by the National Science Foundation (NSF) to participate in . . .[ read more ]
Middle-school science teachers explore new ways to make science relevant.

Teachers Work on New Ways to Teach Middle-School Science This Week at Three Universities

Middle-school science teachers from across Michigan are back in school themselves this week at Saginaw Valley State University (SVSU), Grand Valley State University (GVSU) and . . .[ read more ]