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Charles Laurila

'59

Chuck Laurila earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering in 1959 and began his career as a field engineer with Boeing Company's Aerospace Division. He spent seven years with Boeing, becoming a senior engineer working on the Minuteman missiles at Air Force bases in the Western states. Chuck then worked for Cleveland Cliffs Iron Company and was responsible for the maintenance program in the crushing . . .

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Caleb Wendel

'04

In their classes at the School of Business and Economics, Steve Vizanko ’04 and Caleb Wendel ’07 learned how to craft a detailed business plan and meticulously estimate a new enterprise’s growth.

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Holly Hillberg

'83

Holly M. Hillberg earned her BS in Chemical Engineering from Michigan Technological University (1983); her MS in Electrical Engineering from Rochester Institute of Technology, and completed the Executive Development Program at Northwestern University’s Kellogg Graduate School of Management, and the Manufacturing Executive Program at the University of Michigan. She is Vice-President of Research & Development . . .

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41 North Film Festival

Film Festival Brings Award-Winning Films and Filmmakers to the Rozsa Oct. 23–26

The 41 North Film Festival (formerly Northern Lights Film Festival) celebrates its 10th anniversary with a name change and an outstanding slate of recent award-winning . . . [read more]
Eyes in the sky are just one way to find problems prior to catastrophe.

Stabilizing Geotechnical Assets: New Research Aims to Identify Potential Highway, Railroad Problems

While we’re able to enjoy timeless scenery as we travel in the United States, it’s important to realize that the soils and rocks forming the . . . [read more]
Get WISE girls discovering how much fun engineering can be.

New Superior Ideas Projects Seek Donations for K-12 Outreach Programs

If you want to help young people—and particularly female young people—get hooked on STEM (science, technology, engineering and math), now is your chance. Two new . . . [read more]