Alumni and Friends
Lina Tormen Taskovich ’52 studied chemistry and chemical engineering at Michigan Tech almost thirty years before Sally Heidtke, and she has some words of wisdom for women students too: “Study a field you like—you have to spend all your life working in it. And go for the top degree in the field of your choice. Also, do not go for the most lucrative job, but for the job you would love to do.”
Caren Freel Meyers'94
Caren received her bachelor’s degree in Chemistry from Michigan Tech in 1994. She continued her education at the University of Rochester, earning a master’s degree in 1996 and PhD in 1999 in Organic Chemistry. From 1999 until 2001, Caren held a teaching/research postdoctoral position in Medicinal and Organic Chemistry under the direction of G. Marc Loudon and Richard Borch. From 2002–2005 she was a . . .
Dr. Urban received his B.S. degree in 1979 in Material Science and Chemistry from the University of Mining and Metallurgy in Cracow, Poland. He earned his Ph.D. degree in Solid State Chemistry with Professor Bahne Cornilsen in 1984, after joining the Chemistry Department of Michigan Tech with a master's degree in Physical Inorganic Chemistry from Marquette University in 1981.
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