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George L. Carlson

George L. Carlson

'62

General Manager of Business Systems Development, Shell Exploration and Production; Several other positions with Shell including Vice President of Production; Responsible for the design, installation, and implementation of integrated enterprise-wide business systems for Shell; Involved with the Ponderosa Civic Association as well as the Hosanna Lutheran Church; Member of the MTU Presidents Club since 1994, AIME; Awarded Kennecott Scholarship and received an Honors Degree at Convocation.

From 1997 Induction to the Geological and Mining Engineering and Sciences Academy

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Peter J. Johnson

Peter J. Johnson

'58

President (CEO) and part owner of Hoover Construction Company, Virginia, Minnesota; Part owner and Director of Minnesota Explosives in Biwabik, Minnesota, as well as Mining Services Inc., in Virginia, Minnesota; Chairman of the Board of Michigan Limestone Operations in Rogers City, Michigan; Director of the Marshall H. and Nellie Allworth Memorial Fund; Director of the Queen City Federal Savings and Loan; Past President of the Associated General Contractors of Minnesota; Director of Minnesota Power; AIME, . . .

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Fay L. Partlo

Fay L. Partlo

'26

Retired President, South Dakota School of Mines; Various positions at Michigan Tech, included: instructor, assistant professor and professor of Mathematics and Physics, head of the Mathematics and Physics department; Dean of the College of Engineering, Director of Extension Activities; While Dean, served as President for the Study Group on Engineering Education of the Michigan Council of State College Presidents; President Emeritus and Professor of Physics Emeritus, South Dakota School of Mines; Member, Michigan Tech Presidents Club; . . .

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Catherine Aimone-Martin

Catherine Aimone-Martin

'71

Cathy received her BS degree in Geological Engineering from Michigan Tech in 1971. She then spent seven years in industry: four years with mining companies in Canada (Ontario and BC) and then three as Geological Engineer and Geotechnical Engineer with consulting companies in Washington State and Illinois.

In 1979 she returned to academia and a doctoral program at Northwestern University where she received her Ph.D. in Mineral Resources Engineering and Management. Since 1981 she has been at New Mexico . . .

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Albert A. Mathews

Albert A. Mathews

'36

Retired President, Al Mathews Corp.
Former President, A.A. Mathews, Inc.

Albert Mathews received a BS, with honors, in Mining Engineering in 1936 from the Michigan College of Mining and Technology. He is a registered professional engineer in nine states.

Al had a diversified career in the mining and construction industries before starting his own consulting firm in Arcadia, CA in 1953. A.A. Mathews, Inc. specialized in heavy construction projects including the Pennsylvania Turnpike tunnels, underground powerhouses in Oroville, CA, Churchill Falls, Labrador, . . .