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Jeanne Farnum

Jean Seaman Farnum was attending geology field classes with her professor father even before she began her undergraduate degree at Tech in 1939. Jean grew up in a family of geologists with her grandfather A.E. Seaman ’95 who not only taught at Tech but became head of the Geology department, her father Wyllys ’09 and her older brother Bill ‘39 also graduated from the program.

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Richard Crannell

'65

Mr. Richard H. Crannell (RC) is President/CEO, R.C. Associates, Inc. of Saginaw, Michigan. Richard, a native of Saginaw, Michigan, earned his baccalaureate degree in civil engineering from Michigan Tech in 1965. Upon graduation, Crannell obtained a survey crew chief position with the Michigan Department of Transportation. Because of his education and eagerness to learn, RC quickly advanced to the role of an MDOT office . . .

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Jeffrey Haskins

'86, '86

Dr. Haskins received dual BS degrees in Biological Sciences and Chemistry from Michigan Technological University in 1986. He earned a MS in Toxicology from the University of Michigan in 1988, and a PhD in Environmental Health Sciences in 1998.

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Employers find well-qualified students at Michigan Tech's semi-annual Career Fairs.

Employers Say Michigan Tech Grads are Well-Prepared, Contrary to Gallup Poll

A recent Gallup poll shows that while the vast majority of Americans feel a college education is important, only a small percentage believe that college . . .[ read more ]
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Turn That Defect Upside Down: Twin Boundaries in Lithium-Ion Batteries

Most people see defects as flaws. A few Michigan Technological University researchers, however, see them as opportunities. Twin boundaries — which are small, symmetrical defects in . . .[ read more ]
CAREER Award Nina Mahmoudian

Nina Mahmoudian Receives a CAREER Award from NSF

Autonomous vehicles can go where humans cannot. Some dive deep under the ocean, others fly high in the sky. Some drones are being used to . . .[ read more ]