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Amy Clarke

'00

Since graduating in 2000, Amy J. Clarke has built upon her Michigan Tech degree and education to achieve great success at an early stage in her career. She added Master of Science and PhD degrees in Metallurgical and Materials Engineering from the Colorado School of Mines and received the Willy Korf Award for Young Excellence in 2007 for her PhD research. A Research and Development Scientist at Los Alamos National Laboratory, . . .

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Bhakta Rath

'58, '07

Bhakta Rath '58 has used his Michigan Tech education to reach great heights, achieve honors at the highest levels, and sponsor important initiatives.

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Mike Dibble

'61

As the YouTube video begins, what appears to be a roller coaster approaches in slow motion: a green tube running on light rail tracks encased in bright yellow structure. As the object moves closer, it becomes a modernistic rock train with no driver and unloads into a container, turning upside down in the process. Then, it rights itself, ready to receive another load. According to its creator, Mike Dibble, this remote-controlled, . . .