Dave Peters '87, BS, chemistry, from Dansville, Michigan, works for BASF in technical services. He chose to come to Michigan Tech because a high-school teacher told him he wouldn't succeed here. "I wanted to prove him wrong," Peters remembers. He says he proved to be "stupid but saveable." "My grades weren't great," he says. "But after . . .
M.S. (1962) and Ph.D. (1963) in Chemistry, University of Illinois - professor of cell biology, University of New Mexico - director, University of New Mexico Center for Non-Invasive Diagnosis - deputy director, University of New Mexico Cancer Center - distinguished academic career from Stanford, Penn State, Los Alamos to University of New Mexico. . . .
Jeffrey Haskins'86, '86
Dr. Haskins received dual BS degrees in Biological Sciences and Chemistry from Michigan Technological University in 1986. He earned a MS in Toxicology from the University of Michigan in 1988, and a PhD in Environmental Health Sciences in 1998. Dr. Haskins professional career began in 1988 at the Ford Motor Company in Dearborn, Michigan as an Industrial Toxicologist . . .
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