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Eva Szyszkoski

'06

When she graduated from Michigan Technological University with a bachelor’s degree in biological sciences, Eva Szyszkoski had never seen a whooping crane. Now, as tracking field manager for the International Crane Foundation (ICF), she migrates with the big white birds each year from southern Wisconsin to Florida and back to Wisconsin, monitoring and tracking the Eastern Migratory Population on its semi-annual trek. . . .

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Leanne Vernier

'87

It’s a rare gray day in Central Texas, but the walls of Leanne Venier’s gallery in South Austin are radiant with the rich colors of her art. "Into the Depths" glows a deep shade of garnet. Brushstrokes of cobalt and indigo in "Ageless, Boundless, Timeless" suggest the undulation of seagrass. The center of "Duration" is belted with a thick cream-colored line dividing the eggplant . . .

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Herbert Doan

'49

Mr. Herbert D. Doan is the grandson of Herbert H. Dow, the founder of the Dow Chemical Company. He attended Cornell University from 1941 until 1943 when he joined the U.S. Air Force. He returned to Cornell in 1946 to complete the five-year Chemical Engineering program in 1949. Following graduation he joined the Dow Chemical Company where he held various positions until being elected President and CEO in 1962- a position . . .

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Neil White visits campus as part of the Reading as Inquiry program

Summer Reading 2014: Neil White and the Outcasts

He called it “camp”. That’s what Neil White told his children when he was incarcerated for check-kiting in the early 1990s. So began a most . . . [read more]
Cutting the ribbon at the new physical therapy doctoral program facilities at the ATDC. From the left, Chris Ingersoll, Michael Gealt, Herm Treizenberg, Peter Loubert, Max Seel, Jason Carter and Bruce Seely.

Michigan Tech, Central Michigan University Launch Collaborative Physical Therapy Doctoral Program

With a purposeful pun—“an exercise in partnership”—Bruce Seely, dean of the College of Sciences and Arts at Michigan Technological University, marked the launch Monday of . . . [read more]
Michigan Tech's new transmission electron microscope will be able to generate images such as this one, which reveals the atomic structure of zinc-antimony nanowires.

Michigan Tech Receives NSF Grant for Transmission Electron Microscope

Michigan Technological University is well on its way to getting a $1.7 million, state-of-the-science transmission electron microscope (TEM), thanks to the National Science Foundation and . . . [read more]