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Steven Williams'73, '73
Mr. Steven Williams completed his baccalaureate and master's degree in civil engineering from Michigan Tech in 1973. He is currently a Principal with Williams & Works, Inc., a professional engineering firm headquartered in Grand Rapids. After completing his graduate degree, Mr. Williams was employed by Howard Needles Tammen and Bergendoff, an international consulting engineering firm, in its Milwaukee office. . . .
Michelle-Anne Christensen'84, '86
Michelle graduated from Michigan Tech in 1984 with a bachelor’s degree in Geological Engineering and in 1986 with a master’s degree in Civil Engineering. In 1989, she earned a BA International Commerce from the University of Copenhagen. She is currently the Executive Vice President of Sales for enChoice, Inc., a Premier IBM Business Partner specializing in enterprise software and solution sales headquartered . . .
Russell Gronevelt’s commitment to Michigan Tech runs long and deep. His service to Tech began as a civil engineering undergraduate, when he was active in the Sigma Rho fraternity and the intra-fraternity council and service on the Student Judiciary. Once settled into his career, he served two terms on the Civil and Environmental Engineering (CEE) Professional Advisory Committee, and the Executive Committee for . . .