Alumni and Friends
Dr. Moore graduated from Michigan Tech in 1962 with a B.S. degree in Chemistry. After obtaining his M.S. and Ph.D. in Geophysics from the University of Chicago he embarked on a distinguished career in mineralogy. Currently, Paul Moore is Professor Emeritus, Geophysical Sciences, of the University of Chicago. He has named 35 new species of mineral since 1965, thirteen of which he initially discovered himself. He is the . . .
Feifei came to Michigan Tech to study chemistry, earning her PhD in 1994. Her other degrees include both Bachelor and Master degrees in polymeric material science and engineering from East China University of Science and Technology. Prior to coming to Tech as a PhD candidate, she worked as an engineer for Shanghai Pharmaceutical Industrial Design Institute. After completing her studies at Michigan Tech, she accepted . . .
Bob Lane grew up on a family farm in southern Michigan and graduated from Addison High School where he developed his love for chemistry. He enrolled in Michigan Technological University in the fall of 1968. While at Tech, Bob took just about every chemistry course that was offered and graduated with high honors in 1972. Bob continued his studies at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, earning a PhD in Chemistry . . .
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