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Kim Cameron


It’s a moment that won’t soon be forgotten: hundreds of Michigan Tech fans cheering the arrival of the Huskies at Civic Arena in St. Joseph, Missouri, for the NCAA Division II Women’s Basketball National Championship game.

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Robert Marshall


Marshall Family Supports Tech A family with extensive ties to the Keweenaw is a major benefactor of Michigan Tech and its students. The University received estate gift funds of nearly $700,000 from the family of Robert, Rex and Paul Marshall, brothers and business partners, to support the Marshall Family Endowed Scholarship Fund for engineering students who demonstrate financial need and scholastic achievement.

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Paul Mikkola


President Metal Casting Technology BS EMY 1966, Hon. Doctor of Engg. 1989 Graduated 1966 with BS in Metallurgical Engineering. In 1968, graduated from University of Wisconsin – Madison with MS in Metallurgical Engineering. Awarded Honorary Doctor of Engineering from Michigan Tech in 1989. Since 2002, Paul has served as President of Metal Casting Technology. Metal Casting Technology Inc. is a General Motors Corporation . . .

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David Hand, left, and Zhanping You hold samples of crumb rubber and chunks of rubber made from recycled tires. They are leading studies to help determine if asphalt made with crumb rubber could be used on Michigan roads. Sara Bird photo

Where the Rubber Meets the Rubber: Two Michigan Tech Studies Could Lead to Better, Greener Roads

Since the 1960s, Sun Belt states have built their roads using asphalt mixed with crumb rubber made from ground-up scrap tires. This rubberized asphalt not . . . [read more]
Sandra Cvetanovic (left) and Kwang Suthijindawong, doubles champions.

Michigan Tech Students Claim Regional Doubles Championship

Kwang Suthijindawong and Sandra Cvetanovic claimed the USTA/ITA Midwest Region Doubles Championship this weekend with an 8-6 victory over Wayne State’s Yahsha Moore and Anne . . . [read more]

"Virtual Breast" Could Improve Cancer Detection

Next to lung cancer, breast cancer is the leading cause of cancer death in women, according to the American Cancer Society. That’s why so many . . . [read more]