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Cynthia Anderson

'85

In 1992, she joined Cornerstone Imaging in San Jose, Calif., and became the vice president of quality and information systems, steering the company through its growth from $14 million to $100 million in revenues and from a small start-up to an IPO. Several years following the successful IPO, she left Cornerstone to join the software company Actionpoint, also in San Jose, as the vice president of operations. Meanwhile, . . .

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Arthur Sigel

'65

Mr. Arthur R. Sigel received a Chemical Engineering degree from Michigan Tech in 1965. He was a member of Sigma Rho fraternity and was active with the AIChE Student Chapter. Mr. Sigel joined Goodyear in 1965 as a Process Engineer. In 1969, he joined Michigan Chemical Company. In 1973 he relocated to El Dorado, Arkansas to become plant manager of Michigan’s bromine and brominated products facility. By 1979, he returned . . .

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Jerald Blumberg

'60

Mr. Jerald A. Blumberg began his career at DuPont after earning a Chemical Engineering degree from Michigan Tech in 1960. He was named Director of the White Pigments and Mineral Products Division in 1983, was transferred to DuPont Japan Ltd. as President in 1985, and was named Vice President-International, responsible for all Asia Pacific Operations in 1987. In 1990, he was named Senior Vice President-Employee Relations . . .

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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]
Michigan Tech celebrates diversity.

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]