Sarah Rajala, who has pioneered the way for women in electrical engineering, graduated with a bachelor's degree in the field. She is currently serving as dean of the Iowa State University College of Engineering and holds the James & Katherine Melsa Professorship in Engineering. Prior to this, Rajala served as the named dean of Mississippi State University's Bagley College of Engineering and head of the Department . . .
After graduation Donald Moore joined McGraw Edison’s Power Systems Division as an Apparatus Engineer which included power system simulation tool development. In 1978, Don founded PLM Technologies a power system engineering business. By 1984, PLM grew into a full service power engineering design and construction firm operating in five states. In 1991 PLM sold its construction and engineering divisions. In 1992 Don . . .
Fred Nardi'59, '59
Mr. Nardi joined Hughes Aircraft Company in Torrance, California in 1959 as a member of the technical staff. He held various engineering management positions throughout his career with the company, retiring as Manager of Satellite Ground Equipment Laboratories in 1992. A strong supporter of higher education, Mr. Nardi held advisory board positions at California State University, Long Beach; California State University, . . .
Linda Stuffle'71, '78
Linda earned her Bachelor of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering in 1971and her Masters of Science in Business Administration in 1978, both from Michigan Tech. She went on to Purdue University to earn her Masters of Science in Electrical Engineering in 1989. She is currently a consultant at Engineered Systems Associates in Pocatello, Idaho. She was an Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering at Michigan Tech . . .
Alumna finds her dream and her niche. When she was but a youngster, Kristin Nelson Tolentino, of Ashland, Wisconsin, had a dream of working at Disneyland. So where does this 2001 alumna, age thirty, work these days? At Disneyland, of course. “I’m sort of amazed by it,” she says.
Why did you choose Michigan Tech? I was looking for a small school with a great reputation to study electrical engineering and Michigan Tech was the best fit! Tell us about a memorable experience you had with a class or about a favorite professor? Dr. Warren Perger in my Antenna Theory and Design class. We were to design, build, and test an antenna for a specific frequency. Much to our surprise, Dr. Perger announced . . .
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