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Barbara Lograsso

'80, '82

Barbara earned a bachelor's degree in Metallurgical Engineering in 1980 and a master's degree in 1982. She then later completed her PhD in Metallurgical Engineering and Materials Science in 1991 from Michigan Tech. In 1986, Barbara worked at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (Troy, New York) in the Materials Science Department as an Instructor/Materials Scientist. In 1988 she joined the Metallurgy and Ceramics Division . . .

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Ben Almquist

'04

Benjamin D. Almquist '04 examines life at nano-scale, but thinks big. Currently a Lecturer at Imperial College London where he leads his own research team, Ben came to Michigan Tech as an undergraduate for the welcoming culture, easy access to faculty, excellent reputation, and area beauty. Here the award-winning researcher developed and refined an admirable life philosophy: "Leave the world a better place than when . . .

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Kenneth Brunk

'69

Mr. Kenneth A. Brunk a resident of Centennial, Colorado and 1969 graduate of Michigan Tech’s Department of Metallurgy and Materials Engineering, Kenneth A. Brunk began his career in 1969 in the Research and Development Center at Owens-Illinois in Toledo, Ohio. As Superintendent /Engineer of a silica and milling operation in Illinois, Ken was instrumental in developing several process improvements and automation . . .

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