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Christopher Marr

'00

It’s common advice: the best way to make a living is to find a way to get paid to do what you love. But few people actually make it to that point. Count Michigan Technological University alumni Chris Marr ’00 and Jason Manders ’00 among those lucky enough to be able to claim they’ve done just that. Together, Marr and Manders founded Trail Genius, a web-based service that combines video and GPS data to create interactive . . .

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Moussa Sissoko

'04

Selected as a Modern-Day Technology Leader in the 22nd Annual Black Engineer of the Year Award, he received the award in Baltimore this February. Modern-Day Technology Leaders are people of color who are shaping the future of engineering, science, and technology through outstanding performance and achievements that merit national recognition.

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William Winiarski

'73

William Winiarski came to Michigan Tech because of "its singularity of purpose" - engineering. When he left Tech, he became a singular success, but he never envisioned the accomplishments he achieved. A native of Chesaning, Michigan, Winiarski graduated from Michigan Tech in 1973 with a bachelor's in civil engineering. College was "tough sledding," he says, but his Tech education prepared him "very well" for the workaday . . .