Biological Sciences Alumni
David Rowe'84, '91
Rowe was born and raised in Calumet. His father, the late Ken Rowe, was a physician, and he started out following his father's footsteps but soon realized "that wasn't where my heart was." Rather, he was fascinated with the world of finance, the stock market, and entrepreneurial endeavors, including two of his own: a log home construction business and a sailboard business.
Nancy Lefler'79, '79
Nancy graduated from Michigan Tech in 1979 with dual bachelor’s degrees in Business Administration and Biological Sciences. She then accepted a position with General Motors Corporation as an Industrial Engineer, Truck & Coach Division in Pontiac, MI. In 1981, she went to work at GM’s Assembly Plant in Van Nuys, CA in the same capacity. She left General Motors in 1982 and moved to the San Francisco area, . . .
Gary Fahnenstiel was born in Saginaw, Michigan and has lived in the state his entire life. Gary earned his BS in Biology and Chemistry at Eastern Michigan University in 1978, but his vocation started at Michigan Technological University, where he had the chance to engage in research on Lake Superior as a MS student in Biological Sciences (’80). He pursued a doctorate at the University of Michigan (’86) and . . .
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