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Rebecca L. Smits

Rebecca L. Smits

'86

After graduation, Becky began her career as a Geological Engineer with EC Jordan Company in Portland, Maine where she was responsible for subsurface exploration, design, testing, and construction of geotechnical projects. In 1988, she moved to Traverse Group, Inc. in Traverse City, Michigan as a Field Engineering Supervisor of hydrogeological projects at oil and gas well sites, gas stations, the Traverse City U.S. Coast Guard Station, and a U.S. E.P.A. biorestoration project. A year

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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

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Gregory Matiuk

Gregory Matiuk

'67

Greg has dedicated his career to Chevron, now ChevronTexaco ,where he is corporate officer and Executive Vice President for Administrative and Corporate Services, ChevronTexaco Corporation and reports to the Office of the Chairman.

Some of the duties and titles he has held are: production and reservoir engineer for USA's Western Operations; coordinator of Chevron Overseas Petroleum, Inc., Australia and Africa; Superintendent for Chevron USA; Manager of Drilling and Production, Western Australia Petroleum Pty. Ltd. based

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Colin A. Campbell

Colin A. Campbell

'42

Retired Vice President, Phosphate Operations
(Florida Phosphate Mining and Chemical Operations)
International Minerals and Chemicals Corporation

The late Colin Campbell received his degree in Mining from Michigan Tech. After graduation, he worked at the Oliver Mining Company before joining the U.S. Navy, where he served as an officer in the Pacific during World War II. Following his military service, he was employed by the Calumet & Hecla Mining Company as manager of mines before beginning

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Gregory A. Hahn

Gregory A. Hahn

'76

Greg is currently President and CEO of Summo Minerals Corporation in Denver, Colorado, a start-up copper mining company he founded and successfully developed. The Corporation's centerpiece is the Libson Valley Project in Southern Utah, where mining is expected to begin in January 1998. Greg has more than 20 years of experience as a Geological Engineer in exploration and mine development and operation. He worked eleven years for Norando in Arizona, Alaska, and Idaho; five