Welcome Alumni

Here at the College of Engineering, it is our hope that our alumni will form lifelong bonds with faculty and staff in their departments, the University, and each other. We're here to help you make those connections.

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Come Visit Us

We would welcome the opportunity to show you first-hand what we’re doing, and introduce you to some of our current students. Interested in reconnecting with a professor, taking a tour of your former department, or another area of interest? Please let us know.

Alumni Links

Alumni Reunion

The Alumni reunion is a wonderful time to reunite with classmates and reminisce about your time at Michigan Tech.

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What You Can Do

Professional Networking

Your experience and knowledge is incalculable. Share it with a student or recent graduate.

Become a Volunteer

Volunteering is a great way to give back to your alma mater while helping future and current young alumni.

Find an Alumni Chapter Near You

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Be a part of Huskylink and discover your network.  Find old friends in the directory, plan an alumni event, review classifieds, and get the latest alumni news.

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Richard Smith

'51, '50

Richard Smith earned a BS in Mining Engineering in 1949, a BS in Metallurgical Engineering in 1950, and a MS in Mining Engineering in 1951 from the Michigan College of Mining and Technology. He is also a graduate of the executive program of Sloan Management School at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. In 1951, Richard began his career as a metallurgist with the Cleveland-Cliffs Iron Co. In 1959, he joined Hanna . . .

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Donald Wheatley

'62, '63

Donald G. Wheatley went to work for General Motors in 1963. He worked on the guidance systems doing vibration and fatigue analysis for the Apollo project. Out of the sixty new hires on the project, he was the only one remaining at the end. He also did some work on the main battle tank. Don then accepted an offer from Ford, where he worked on a small team to define the new Ford Maverick. He later led the team that designed . . .

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Robert Marshall

'42

Marshall Family Supports Tech A family with extensive ties to the Keweenaw is a major benefactor of Michigan Tech and its students. The University received estate gift funds of nearly $700,000 from the family of Robert, Rex and Paul Marshall, brothers and business partners, to support the Marshall Family Endowed Scholarship Fund for engineering students who demonstrate financial need and scholastic achievement.