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Thoedore Rozsa

'36

Theodore Rozsa was born and raised in Grand Rapids. He graduated from our department with honors and a BS in geology in 1936. He was the only graduate in geology that year, and he completed a 4 year program in 3 years. Our first degrees in geological engineering didn't come until after 1940, but the curriculum Ted took was very much like the geological engineering which was to come. He has many stories about life . . .

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Randy Cortright

'77, '86

A Farm Boy Grows Up to Grow Biofuels Randy Cortright pursues a prospect that is both well-grounded and lofty: clean, carbon-neutral energy to supplant fossil fuels that are expensive, not easily available anymore, and dirty.

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Lawrence Mulholland

'55

Lawrence (Larry) Mulholland earned a BS in Mechanical Engineering from Michigan Tech in 1955. After graduation, he held positions with Clow Corp in Chicago, IL, and then with Saginaw Products, Republic Corp, and Beckton Dickinson in Los Angeles, CA, before starting his own company, Mulholland Positioning Systems Inc., in 1971. The company designs, manufactures, and markets equipment designed to meet the needs of physically . . .

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Doing science rather than just reading about it is a good way to engage middle-school students.

Michigan Tech Receives $5 Million from Herbert H. and Grace A. Dow Foundation to Reform Middle-School Science Education

Young children are naturally curious about everything around them. They want to know how and why things work.  Then, around middle school age, many of . . . [read more]
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Programmers Score Russian Success: Finished as Top Michigan School

A team of current and former Michigan Tech students did well at the recent International Collegiate Programming Competition. They finished 64th of 122 schools from . . . [read more]
Alumni are representing the Copper Country on their bike ride across the US.

Michigan Tech Couple Sees the USA on a Tandem Bike

A Michigan Technological University alumnus and his wife quit their jobs and took off on the trip of a lifetime. “It was Shawn’s idea,” Jim . . . [read more]