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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 . . .
Mr. Kaempfer, President and Chief Engineer, Kaempfer & Associates, Inc., received his baccalaureate degree in Civil Engineering from Michigan Technological University in 1971 and his master's degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Missouri-Rolla in 1972. He entered the U.S. Army as a 2nd Lt in the Corps of Engineers in the Fall of 1972. After basic and advanced officer training courses at Fort Belvoir, . . .
Mr. John O. Vartan, a 1970 civil engineering graduate of Michigan Tech, is chairman of Vartan Enterprises, Inc., and chairman of Dauphin National Bank. After leaving Michigan Tech, John earned a Master's degree in engineering from Penn State University in 1973. In 1975, he founded Vartan Associates, Inc., which has grown to be the largest development company in central Pennsylvania. He is a fellow of ASCE. He is a . . .