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James Howell

'65

Mr. James N. Howell graduated from Michigan Tech in 1965 with a Chemical Engineering degree and subsequently attended the Thomas Cooley Law School of Lansing in 1975. Upon graduation, Mr. Howell joined the Dow Corning Corporation where he was active in environmental engineering and regulatory areas. He joined the Environmental Regulations and Enforcement Division of the State of Michigan in 1972 and the National Steel . . .

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Sabina Houle

'85, '87

Sabina is a three-time graduate of Michigan Tech. She received her BS in Chemical Engineering in 1985 then two master’s degrees, in Chemical Engineering and Mechanical Engineering, in 1987. She also received a German translating certificate from the Gunter Institute. She also studied Polymer Physics through a graduate student exchange program at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology. In 1987, she began her career . . .

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Hugh Winn

'40

Mr. Hugh Winn was born in St. Louis Missouri in April 1918. He attended Michigan Tech and graduated with a BS in Chemical Engineering in 1940. Hugh, the son of a Civil Engineer, had three brothers, two of who attended Michigan Tech, one in Mining Engineering and the other in Electrical Engineering. Following graduation, Hugh joined Dow Chemical Company where he worked on the development of Saran. During the Second World . . .