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Christopher Gosling'79, '80
Chris Gosling is the Director of UOP’s Refining Technology Development group that is responsible for the development of new Hydroprocessing, FCC, Gasoline, Heavy Oil and Renewable Energy technologies. Chris joined UOP in 1980 after graduating from Michigan Technological University with BS and MS degrees in Chemical Engineering.
Mr. Donald E. Pfuehler currently President and CEO of Hemlock Semiconductor Corporation, Donald E. Pfuehler began his career at Dow Corning as a co-op student in Process Engineering. He held various positions in Process Engineering, Manufacturing, Facilities Engineering, and Economic Evaluation before being named manager of Facilities Engineering in 1983. In 1984, Don became manufacturing manager for Fluids, Resins, and . . .
Mr. Robert R. Hackinson, a native of Marquette, Michigan, earned a degree in Chemical Engineering from Michigan Tech in 1958. While an undergraduate, he was a member of Phi Kappa Tau and Phi Lambda Upsilon. After graduation he joined Marathon Corporation, where he worked in research and development on packaging materials. In 1965, Mr. Hackinson joined the Bemis Company at a subsidiary, Curwood Inc., a producer of specialty . . .